The iPhone 7 sports a 4.7-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 750x1334 pixels while the iPhone 7 Plus has a 5.5-inch IPS LCD display with 1080x1920 resolution. Both devices run on 64-bit Quad-Core Apple A10 Fusion chipset with the latest iOS 10 software. The memory on the two devices are the same-- 32/128/256 GB with the RAM differing at 2GB for the iPhone 7 and 3GB for the iPhone 7 Plus. Both have the same camera megapixel configuration: 7-megapixel for the front camera and 12-megapixel for the back with 4K video recording. The larger iPhone 7 Plus, however, comes with dual camera on the back for better low-light images. New for this iPhone iteration is the IP67 certification on both devices for water and dust resistance. Apple has also gotten away with the 3.5mm headphone jack in lieu of lightning headphones. They have also added a Jet Black option instead of the usual color selection consisting of Black, Silver, Gold, and Rose Gold.
For individuals who are not interested in a contract subscription, there are other ways you can get the iPhone 7. The list includes Virgin Mobile, Boost Mobile (both Sprint MVNOs), and MetroPCS (T-Mobile MVNO). Both Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile will accept pre-orders starting on Friday, September 23. Meanwhile, MetroPCS has not announced when they will start accepting pre-orders. There's also no mention on how much the price of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be on either MVNOs. At full retail, however, the iPhone 7 costs $649 (32GB model), $749 (128GB model), and $849 (256GB model). The iPhone 7 Plus costs $769 (32GB model), $869 (128GB model), and $969 (256GB model).
Make sure to check on the website of your preferred carrier to get more updates on pricing and availability of either iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
Source: Sprint, MetroPCS