Taking forward Apple’s legacy, iphone 8 has succeeded in once again winning hearts of iphone users, given the exciting up-gradation in design over iphone 7 with a glass rear, instead of aluminum body which is comfortable enough to hold the phone in our palm and offering greater accessibility of brand new features like pressure-sensitive screen, latest iOs 13, dark mode, Qi wireless charging enlightens up your phone experience. The phone is available in 3 colours -Silver, Gold, and Space Gray with a bezel-less 4.7-inch retina display and 750 x 1334 resolution, along with OLED display technology improving colors and contrast, hence enabling a solid gaming, music and videos experience. iphone 8 offers a similar battery (1,821mAh) when compared to iphone 7, which lasts a day with normal usage of phone, but an advance feature of wireless charging enables quick charging unfortunately with 2GB RAM.
Although the iPhone 8 lacks the dual-camera set-up, the single 12 MP camera of the phone, which is simple, with basic settings, focuses on great point-and-shoot snaps – and for the most part it performs well, with detailed colourful images, especially in the open air during the day, but it produces less appreciative clicks in low light.
Smartphone cameras have improved so much in the last couple of years and the sole and most important criteria for buying a phone, but Apple mostly remains on par not only with the camera but also with the functionality and performance. Hence, if you are opting for the iPhone 8, we think it will provide you a long lasting service (more than what’s actually expected) with no worries physical and technical damage in normal conditions and usage. Hence this, Iphone as always can definitely be considered as an addition to your wealth.