iPhone 8 and 8 Plus review

The Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are pretty much the same as their predecessors, but with wireless charging capability, rear dual-camera system (on the iPhone 8 Plus) and Apple’s new powerful A11 Bionic processor. Though the iPhone 8 basically has the same software as Apple’s new iPhone X, it lacks the the futuristic design of the iPhone X and Apple’s new Face ID. The iPhone 8 will start at $699 for a 64GB model, while the 8 Plus will start at $799 for 64GB of storage. Both phones…

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21 Replies to “iPhone 8 and 8 Plus review”

  1. Katsudori

    QUESTION: I've been an Android user for ages. I don't even know how an iPhone works. But I'm thinking about switching to Apple simply because Apple phones have access to a lot more app features, and also because I want a better camera (I have a Galaxy S7 rn).
    So I'm just wondering, how much does the 8+ support?
    Like, I've heard that you have to keep upgrading your iPhone because the old ones won't support lots of new apps and new app features. Is this true? Is the 8+ new enough that it will at least support DSCO?
    Also, how long does it hold a charge on a normal day for you?

  2. Jury C

    Cant stand no back button. It is so hard to navigate. Single tap? Double tap? How to bring up swipe down setting like android. Seems extremely user unfriendly, and absolutely right, ive had these feautures for years on my Samsung Notes. Plus a back button. Easier one hand operation.

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