The new middle children
Apple just wrapped up its presentation announcing the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus — alongside a whole bunch of other products — and the company has now let us out into a demo area to try out the new phones.
The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus look pretty much the same as their predecessors, but they have a new back cover that’s coated in glass and gives them a somewhat fresher look. That glass back allows for wireless charging, which is one of the big new features here.
On the front, there’s still a Home button and there’s still touch ID. There are also still big bezels surrounding all sides of the phones’ displays. Like they have been for the past few years, the smaller iPhone has a 4.7-inch display and the larger model has a 5.5-inch display. This time around, though, both screens include Apple’s True Tone feature, which lets them adjust to the color tone of the room.
For the most part, though, these iPhones are iterative updates over last year’s models. They have a newer processor, the A11 Bionic, and better cameras, including new 12 megapixel sensors and an image processor built by Apple. But otherwise, these phones aren’t seeing dramatic changes like on the iPhone X.
Both phones will be available later this month, on September 22nd. The iPhone 8 will sell for $699 and the 8 Plus will sell for $799. This year, there’s only two configurations available for each of them: a 64GB entry level model and a 256GB upgraded model.
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