First off, I've owned many iPhones and have always used a case on said phones. I currently have a silver 6s with the charcoal Apple silicone case on it. Now, I love the case itself, as it provides a decent amount of protection according to my needs and it looks good to boot. The only downsides are it adds some bulk and is an absolute lint magnet when keeping it in your jean pockets. So I decided to give the Peel iPhone 6/6s case a shot in silver. What a disaster. For those not familiar with Peel they make minimalistic cases for people who want some scratch protection, but little else. Long story short, the case wouldn't fit. The case is SUPER thin, which would have been fine had the case actually fit the device itself. But no such luck. While taking great care to insert the phone into the case as gently as possible the corners bent and developed those white 'crease' marks on the plastic, which essentially ruins the case from an aesthetics standpoint. I never was able to successfully insert all four corners of the phone into the case. Once I realized the thin plastic was bent and creased, I chucked the case in the garbage and sent Peel an e-mail explaining the issue. We'll see what they have to say. For $25 I'd expect a lot more. I actually expected the case to be made of a bit harder plastic for that price, but no. It feels very cheap considering the price tag. I'm only posting this because I know some people are just getting their new iPhone 7 and 7+'s in and may consider this case. Hopefully you get one that fits and that you can use. If you do, it may be fine. But I wasn't so lucky. Purchase at your own risk.