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Apple iPhone 8 64GB

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The Apple iPhone 8 has a 4.7-inch screen, a glass back, and is available in silver, gold and space grey. New features are support for wireless charging, better performance, True Tone display with support for HDR10 / Dolby Vision and 4K / 60fps video recording. The model also has bluetooth 5.0 and fast-charge. Close
The Apple iPhone 8 has a 4.7-inch screen, a glass back, and is available in silver, gold and space grey. New features are support for wireless charging, better performance, True T... Read more
Product generation: Apple iPhone 8. 3 products in this generation. 10 predecessors and 1 successor
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  • iPhone 8 review

    Conclusion OUR VERDICT The iPhone 8 is a gorgeous, sleek and incredibly powerful smartphone, there’s no doubt about it. The A11 Bionic chipset provided the highest benchmark scores ever, leaving Android rivals in the dirt, and the low-light camera performance is a marked improvement on the iPhone 7. But no matter how good it is, it just isn’t a tempting enough upgrade for current iPhone 7 owners. If you’ve got an older iOS device or are looking to switch from Android to iOS, the iPhone 8 is a great option, but iPhone 7 owners might not feel it’s worth the upgrade – especially with a raised base price. The addition of wireless charging is handy, but there won’t be a noticeable difference in performance between the 7 and 8 for the majority of tasks.

    3 years ago
  • Apple iPhone 8

    Plus

    • The iPhone 8 offers wireless charging, lightning-fast performance and small but solid upgrades to its camera, screen and speakers. Its starting storage size is a roomy 64GB, double that of the iPhone 7.

    Minus

    • This phone has the same pedestrian design, missing headphone jack and battery life as the iPhone 7 -- and no dual camera either. The iPhone 8 costs a bit more than baseline new iPhones in years past, and comes only in black, silver and a new shade of gold.

    Conclusion
    The iPhone 8 has plenty of power under the hood, but lacks the extra camera features and design upgrade of the better iPhone 8 Plus and X.

    3 years ago
  • iPhone 8

    Plus

    • Great camera
    • Blazingly fast
    • Colourful display
    • Wireless charging is a nice extra

    Minus

    • Dated design
    • Battery life could be better
    • That huge bezel

    4 years ago
  • iPhone 8 Review

    Plus

    • Wireless charging is convenient
    • Camera is excellent
    • A11 Bionic processor is fast
    • Battery life is solid

    Minus

    • Bezels are big in comparison to other recent phones
    • Water-resistance falls short of rivals
    • Portrait Lighting can be hit-or-miss
    • Can you handle iPhone X envy?

    4 years ago
  • Apple iPhone 8

    Plus

    • Wireless charging
    • Powerful new processor

    Minus

    • Lacks the latest modem features and bands
    • Single camera is a disadvantage for AR

    Conclusion
    The iPhone 8 anchors Apple's new phone line, but it isn't where the future is.

    4 years ago
  • iPhone 8 review

    Conclusion There are some great things about the iPhone 8 including the addition of wireless charging, 64GB storage as standard and a fast A11 Bionic processor. However, this all comes at a higher price and everything else is largely the same so we can't imagine or recommend iPhone 7 users upgrading. Those on an older device like an iPhone 6 or older will experience a much bigger change. Comparing the iPhone to Android rivals is difficult as many users will be on one side of the fence already. Forgetting about software, the iPhone 8 simply doesn't excite like flagship rivals including the Galaxy S8 and LG G6.

  • iPhone 8 review

    Plus

      Blazing-fast performance, great camera, wireless charging support, excellent display.

    Minus

      Average battery life, large bezels, dated design.

  • No grade
    Apple iPhone 8 smartphone

    Minus

    • Poor screen-to-body ratio (too much bezel for the size)
    • No 3.5mm audio jack (ships with a Lightning to 3.5mm adapter)
    • No microSD slot
    • iTunes is still required for manual music upload
    • No fast charger provided in the box (and the optional one is expensive)
    • Video camera still recording mono audio only

    4 years ago
  • No grade
    Apple iPhone 8 review: The compact iPhone should not be overlooked

    Plus

    • Small size has added appeal in among typically larger phones
    • Wireless charging thanks to new glass back design
    • Dust- and water-resistant
    • Powerful innards match iPhone X

    Minus

    • Lacks iPhone 8 Plus' camera skills
    • Need separate cable for Quick Charge
    • Glass makes it prone to drop damage
    • Familiar design might look dated the second iPhone X launches

    Conclusion Compared to the iPhone 7, the iPhone 8 brings minimal upgrades. But compared to the iPhone 6/6S, wow, you'll be very pleased with the jump forward - particularly if you're seeking a familiar and compact phone.Apple isn't rocking the boat in the iPhone 8, but its feature improvements make notable improvements in all the right places. The glass back means wireless charging is possible. Buy the relevant charging cable and the addition of Quick Charge is great. The boost in power is also spot on for AR applications - which we're sure we'll start to see more of in the coming months - and smooth operation from iOS 11 and all your favourite apps.However, the iPhone X is hard to ignore. It might share the same processor as the iPhone 8, but that's where the similarities end. So if you're not lured in by its facial recognition Face ID, its super high-res OLED panel with near bezel-free design, or the dual cameras, then the smaller iPhone 8 will save you cash and keep you content with its more familiar form.Overall, iPhone 8 is small, compact, powerful, and will deliver the ideal phone experience for many - especially those who aren't fussed with all the latest and greatest features and the costs associated with them. Just because it has minimal upgrades doesn't mean it doesn't deliver maximum satisfaction.The alternatives to considerPocket-lintApple iPhone XIt's pricier and larger, but the new screen ratio means it's still perfectly good for one-handed use. Plus, with its near bezel-free design, and heaps of new features - from facial recognition Face ID to an enhanced OLED screen - it's the future of the iPhone's progression. Ignore this and your iPhone 8 might feel like you're living in the past in just six months' time.Read the full article: iPhone X previewPocket-lintGoogle Pixel 2Ok, so it's nothing to do with Apple, but if you're contemplating the Android route then Google's top-end small-scale handset is accomplished (ignore the larger Pixel 2 XL, as it has screen issues and is, obviously, larger).Read the full article: Pixel 2 review