Apple iPhone 8 and Plus
There’s no denying the overall popularity and prolificacy of iPhones; they are without a doubt the most widely known type of smart-phone in the world, with the more recent Apple iPhone 8 being only the latest in a long series of successful products. But what about the iPhone 8 sets is apart from the rest of the iPhones? And what about the iPhone8 Plus? In this blog, we shall discuss some of the more notable qualities of these models and what sets them apart from the rest. We hope you find this information helpful.
The Apple iPhone 8 features a design very similar to the iPhone 7, but also with some notable differences. One such difference is that the iPhone 8 has upgraded the rear panel of the phone to glass rather than keeping than keeping the aluminum backing from the previous model. That being said, while this glass backs adds some additional weight to the iPhone 8 and makes it easier to grip, it has been said by some customers that the glass back makes the Plus model of the iPhone 8 tooheavy.
The iPhone 8 and Plus retain the water-resistance of previous models; this feature is incredibly popular and is becoming much mroe commonplace for smart-phones as a result. These models have also continued the trend of not having a headphone jack; while some users are accustomed to this after using an iPhone 7 (which also lacks a headphone jack), other people might not be so accepting of these feature (not everyone wants to spend extra money on special Bluetooth iPhone headphones, after all).
The display for these phones is 4.7 inches with a resolution of 720p. Not terribly high quality in comparison to other phones, but also not too bad; while some pictures or videos may come across as slightly grainy, the resolution of this phone is generally seen as satisfactory for most customers. The screen itself is still an IPS LCD screen, the same as previous models, so you won’t quite get the same vividness as with an OLED screen (which is the type of screen panel they use in the recently released and very high-end iPhone X).
Ultimately, while there aren’t a large number of differences between the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus when compared to some of the previous iPhone models, there are still enough small upgrades to make the switch worth it (assuming of course that you can afford to make such a switch).
Additionally, if you want to purchase an Apple iPhone 8 or iPhone Plus but don’t want to pay full price and be sucked into an expensive long-term contract with a phone company, you can instead buy your phone from us a refurbished iPhone 8. Not only will these refurbished phones be significantly cheaper, they will come unlocked, Sim-free, and ready to use as soon as your buy them; you won’t need to worry about signing up for any sort of long-term phone contract.