Sounds a bit dramatic! But seriously I hate the design of the iPhone 7 Plus.
Which does beg a question about iPhones, devices which are solely designed to be taken everywhere with you to allow you to spend your life straing at your device! Is the design of/ ergonomics of the iPhone a complete waste of time?
Yes. In my opinion a big yes.
It might look all smooth and rounded and all that, but there is a flaw. A fundamental flaw that drives me up the wall.
What is it?
Ever tried using an iPhone 7 plus without the case?
I have just tried that and do you know what - it is virtually impossible to securely hold. I managed two days, constantly worried about dropping it, before i had to put it back in a case. And that defeats the object of the design. To make it a useable device it has to be put in a case.
Ridiculous. But a lucrative market. Check out the cases on Amazon. Talking of which I am going to be getting another case, as anothe rcase has worn out. This time I am going for the
iPhone 8 Plus Case, Spigen® iPhone 7 Plus Case [Rugged Armor] Resilient [Black] Ultimate protection from drops and impacts for iPhone 8 Plus (2017) iPhone 7 Plus (2016)
Snappy title eh!
I wish Apple would design a phone that did not need a case. One that you could hold securely, one that did not have all those smooth, shiny surfaces that are so easy to damage.
I get that people love the Apple design of products - I for one hate it. What is the point of something being shiny and sleek if yo have to put it in case.
The phone is great on the inside - it is just the outside that I hate.