iPhone X vs iPhone 8
Apple launched three new iPhone devices on September 12. Three! They include the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, which have faster processors and better cameras than the iPhone 7 last year – and now you can charge them wirelessly. Then there is the iPhone X, a $ 1000 smartphone that Apple is mainly trying to market as a tool of the future that arrived a little early. It’s the first iPhone ever to have a Ulyd screen, and even better, that stunning display works edge to edge. iPhone X comes with other drastic changes like removing the home button in favor of the new feature Apple calls Ed Fes, which scans your face to unlock your iPhone instead of the traditional touch method Ed is still used on the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus.
So as three new iPhone devices are coming up (almost) at once, you’ve probably put some thought into which is the best choice. For this article, let’s go to it from a dead person set on buying a new iPhone within the next two months. I had ruled out the 2S pixel and the 8S note of the world, Apple has decided on. Well, where do you go from there?
Why You May Want to Buy an iPhone 8:
- iPhone 8 is the first iPhone to support wireless charging. Apple has even changed to look a little iPhone this year with the glass back instead of just making it all aluminum. So you’ll be able to shut down the iPhone 8 down to any wireless charger compatible with the Qi and will start the juice up. Many places where you find wireless chargers (such as Starbucks and some new cars inside) already support the same technology as the iPhone, so it will only work.
- It has the same powerful Bionic A11 processor as the iPhone X. This sounds like something from a mission: the film is impossible, but all you need to know is it’s the fastest chip that Apple ever put on the iPhone – and the iPhone 7 already felt a lot fast. This new slide is also optimized for all the cool enhanced reality tricks that I have seen the offers from. Soon, those will make their way to the actual applications and games in the store.
- Every iPhone recently can do R, but Apple claims 8 and X have been “optimized” for it.
- You can get the same basic camera as in both the iPhone 8 plus the iPhone X. The 12-megapixel F / 1.8 camera has a “bigger and faster” sensor than the iPhone 7, Apple says, so if all you care about is having One good camera, this should be excellent. It’s got an optical image fix and can record 4K video at 24, 30, or 60FPS – just like other new phones.
- The screen supports the Tru-Ton feature of Apple, which works to adjust the appearance of the display and color temperature so that it always looks fun and less blue/harsh on your eyes in a variety of lighting environments.
- Unlike the iPhone 8 Plus, the regular iPhone 8 is still relatively easy to use in one hand. iPhone X must also be, but also hundreds of dollars more expensive.
- iPhone 7 cases are still valid.
Why You Should Not Buy The iPhone 8
- It just got a single rear camera, so you lose the Apple image setting and the new photo lighting feature, which can change the brightness of the subject face in your shot.
- The screen is 4.7 inches smaller and less accurate (1334×750) than iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. If you like things to look beautiful on the screen and get lost in YouTube videos or feed your Instagram, the iPhone 8’s display may not be perfect.
- It has a smaller battery than the three new iPhone devices. Apple users have promised to experience “about the same” battery life as the iPhone 7, so you may find yourself buying a battery case.
- The iPhone device costs $ 8 699 for a 64GB or $ 849 model for 256 GB.
- Comes in black, silver or gold.
Why You May Want to Buy an iPhone 8 Plus:
- Apart from the different monitors and dimensions/weight – and those important – the iPhone 8 Plus offers nearly every major new feature that the $ 1,000 iPhone presser does. It got the processor. It got the wireless charging. It’s got dual cameras on the back and can do the same effects as new photo lighting as the iPhone X.
- The LED screen is 5.5 inches right tone.
- It has the familiarity of the home button and tactile touch ID. Perhaps you have not convinced iPhone X gestures, and virtual home bar is an upgrade. Also, sometimes people just want to open their phone without having to look directly at it.
- It has a better battery life than all three new models.
- The 8-inch screen may be smaller than the 5.8-inch iPhone X, but slightly wider because of its different proportions. So some content – like feeding your Instagram – will look bigger on plus than on X.
- iPhone 7 cases plus is still fit.
Why You Should Not Buy The iPhone 8 Plus
- This thing looks like a “plus” phone more than ever compared to the competition on all screens of Samsung, LG, Core, and now Apple’s top-level iPhone X. Other smartphone designs are getting more efficient, but the iPhone 8 Plus Apple left three new iPhones on September 12. Three! They include the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, which have faster processors and better cameras than the iPhone 7 last year – and now you can charge them wirelessly. Then there is the iPhone X, a $ 1000 smartphone that Apple is mainly trying to market as a tool of the future that arrived a little early. It’s the first iPhone ever to have a Ulyd screen, and even better, that stunning display works edge to edge. iPhone X comes with other drastic changes like removing the home button in favor of the new feature Apple calls Ed Fes, which scans your face to unlock your iPhone instead of the traditional touch method Ed is still used on the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus.
Why You May Want to Buy an iPhone X:
- Visually, it’s the most impressive and futuristic Apple design ever thanks to the 5.8-inch OLED screen from edge to edge on the front and its stainless steel frame.
- It’s a big screen in a small general form factor. The iPhone X measures a bit larger than iPhone 8, but it is not near the iPhone 8 Plus dimensions. It should be reasonably convenient to use in one hand. And in that hand is almost everything displayed.
- The OLED screen contrasts better than the screens on the IFON 8 and 8 Plus, as it supports HDR video.
- You can open your phone with your face. If you want to be the first to try the latest Apple technology, Ed Fes is the biggest modification that iPhone users will have to make in years.
- Animogie and portrait mode on the personal camera image. All sensors that make Fez Ed possible are also used for Animogi, which move emoticons that mimic your facial expressions and allow you to take vertical shots with unclear backgrounds (and image lighting) using the front facing camera. Other iPhone devices can not do this.
- The close-up lens of the image on the iPhone X dual camera has a better slot than the iPhone 8 Plus. (f / 2.4 vs. f / 2.8).
- All of the rear cameras have optical image stabilization, which should allow you to use the telephoto lens in darker conditions. On the iPhone 8 Plus, only the basic camera does not.
Why You May Not
- It’s the most expensive iPhone ever.
- There is no Home button or Touch ID. Opening your phone requires looking directly at it. everytime.
- Apple gestures to return to the home screen and multitasking seem somewhat awkward in early examples and demonstrations. On a simpler level, they’re certainly not as simple as just hitting a button with a thumb.
- A slit which features front camera facing and other sensors. It’s just kind of out there all the time, and Apple embraces it. This must be perfectly fine in applications, but it is likely to obscure content from time to time.
- We’ve already seen it glued to the videos if you play them full screen in a horizontal direction. Are you the person who can ignore it? I’m not sure I am.
- Applikar + is more expensive than the previous iPhone.
- It does not come out until November.
- The iPhone X costs $ 999 for a 64 GB model or $ 1,149 for 256 GB.
- Comes in black or silver.
What do all three new iPhone models?
- The same processor: Bionic A11
- Same as the 12-megapixel primary camera
- The same 7-megapixel camera personal image
- The same video recording capabilities: 4K at 60, 30 and 24 fps. 1080p SLU-MO at 240FPS
- Wireless charging
- “The toughest glass ever in the smartphone, front and back.”
- Water and dust resistance
- Same as maximum screen brightness
- 3D Touch
- Fast shipping
- 64 GB or 256 GB of storage options
So if you’re already set on getting one of these new iPhone, for me, it will come down to the iPhone 8 plus the iPhone X. The iPhone 8 is a bit too small for my big hands, and I need a bigger screen. The final winner’s choice between these two may come down to the wire before the pre-rollers kick in early on Friday morning. The Avid X display from Evon is beautiful, but the Home button and the touch knob are still crucial to me – at least until I deal with X directly and can judge facial gestures and recognize myself. The release date for the iPhone 8/8 Plus and the Evon X are far enough away that if you start with one of the 8s and come to regret it, you still got enough time to bring it back and continue to X.
Shame that Apple did not just put the home button and touch ID on the back of the iPhone X, though. This may be just perfect.