iPhone 7 Shows Why Plastic Surgery Is Bad Idea

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Thanks to them being one of a kind when it comes to colour the Jet Black iPhone 7 and 7 Plus were thought to be unique. The colours have been so popular that at one point they were sold out and if you wanted them you had to wait for 6 to 8 weeks.

The Jet Black iPhone 7 had plastic surgery but it seems that this was a bad idea as now owners have come forward to complain that the handset is prone to scratching and scuffs after just months of using the handsets carefully.

However Apple did tell buyers that the Jet Black versions of the iPhone 7 has a high gloss finish through precision anodization, which takes nine steps. They revealed that the high shine could show up fine micro-abrasions with use. So owners bought the devices knowing this.

It seems that the only way to protect your iPhone 7 is to put the device in a durable case, but then why buy a colour that is unique only to have to cover it up?

Some owners of the iPhone 7 have even reported that fingerprints have become more noticeable on the Jet Black device more than on any other product from Apple.

So it looks like plastic surgery is not always a good idea, more so when it comes to the iPhone 7.

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