It's been out for a while so I'm sure most people who wanted one already have one, but meh, what the hell.
Just picked it up today. Now first of all, yes, I'm well aware that Android is better in many ways, and I was actually considering going for one, but, I decided that since I don't use my phone for anything really technical, and I don't even use very many apps, it wasn't necessary. I opted to stay in the iPhone ecosystem, and as a result got the iPhone 7.
Tbh there's not much to say because, as expected, it's not a drastic change other than increased performance in every way. It's lightning fast, the camera is great, the screen size and resolution is awesome (just got the standard sized one, not the Plus), 32 gigs of storage is more than enough for me (options exist for bigger storage anyway), and the form factor is sleek, as per the usual Apple fare.
Is it worth 900 Canuckian dollhairs? Sure. Comparable Android phones, size and performance wise are around that price. If you're into more technical applications and want more customization and control over the phone, you're probably better off with Android, but, if you're used to the iPhone ecosystem, already have a bunch of stuff on iTunes, and/or have an older gen phone (like the 5 I upgraded from), then this is a very worthy upgrade. Also, I've read this is considerably faster than most newer Androids, which is nice if, again, you don't care about more bells and whistles, and just want to do your typical stuff more quickly.
Also, the no headphone jack thing is no big deal. The phone comes with an adapter for the lightning port, and the bundled Apple headphones just connect straight to the lightning port as well. The phone has better battery life than the previous gens so I'll never need to charge and use the headphones at the same time. Objectively speaking sure, it is kinda lame, but practically it's no big deal and tbh the cleaner form factor and the extra speaker room is kind of nice too. (Post truncated)