As this month is the one-year anniversary of the iPhone 8, we decided that now would be the perfect opportunity to look back on the technological strides Apple made with the iPhone 8. To do so, we compared the iPhone 8 with its predecessor, the iPhone 7.
On first glance, there appears to be very few differences between the devices other than that the iPhone 8 is very slightly wider and longer than the iPhone 7. However, upon closer inspection, a number of slight variances become clear to see. We take a closer look at the phones and put them to the test to uncover the key differences and find out which is the best.
Is the iPhone 8 a phone that pushes the boundaries or pushes its luck? Jake Watson takes a look in the video below:
To find out if it is worth upgrading from the iPhone 7 to the iPhone 8, Jake looks at the key features that are often the decisive factors when choosing a new phone. Jake compares the devices’ battery life, screen quality and speaker quality, as well as their camera and video recording capabilities. He also looks at the finer details of the spec sheet, assessing the phones’ weight, appearance, signal strength and the quality of the materials used in the phones’ bodies.
With all of the key factors measured and compared, consider which are most important to you to help you decide which phone is best suited to your preferences.
Although the iPhone 8 has some impressive features, you may find that the iPhone 7 is best for you. If you’re still struggling to decide, and want to find out more, head over to our website to take a closer look at our range of phones.