Best Features Of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus

The much talked iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are now in stores. The newest flagships have been talked about a lot in the past few months and now that we finally have them released there are many new features that have been unveiled. Here is a list of best features of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

To begin with, the only difference between the two iPhones is their size, display and battery. The camera, processors, storage etc. of both the phones are same. The features are quite similar internally. The colors available are also same – Gold, Space Grey, and Silver. The exclusive glass design is very attractive and gives the device a sleek look. The glass back of the iPhones enables easy wireless charging. Apple promises an ‘augmented reality experiences’ with these two flagships, thanks to iOS 11.

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Features Of iPhone 8 And iPhone 8 Plus


iPhone 8 comes with a screen size of 4.7 inches while the iPhone 8 Plus has a 5.5-inch screen. For those who prefer a larger screen can opt for iPhone 8 Plus while those who don’t like larger phones can opt for iPhone 8. The battery of Plus is 2675 mAh while the iPhone 8 has a little smaller battery of 1821 mAh. There is, however, no difference in their performance and both would last you for a good 12 hours. These are the only two differences between the features of iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8.

Best features of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus

True Tone display

One of the best features of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus is the True Tone display. There are sensors which measure the ambient light brightness and color. It can correct white point and illumination according to the surroundings where you are so it can melt down the required types of white light from any light source that it gets. This enhances your viewing experience in any type of environment.

Both the phones offer a wide color gamut with an accuracy that makes the screen look more lively, stunning and vibrant.


Best features of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus

The cameras of the iPhones are 12 megapixel in the rear and 7 megapixels in the front along with 1080 pixel HD video shoot. One of the best highlights is the camera and Apple has made quite an improvement with these flagships. The Portrait mode is one of the best modes. The black and white pictures are of superb quality and the color pictures are equally good. The iPhone 8 Plus scored a superb 94 on the parameters of DxOMark Mobile setting a new record, beating HTC U11 and Google Pixel that scored 90 points each, as well as 92 that iPhone 8 just scored. Although the cameras are similar in both phones it is the sensor on iPhone 8 Plus which is larger and because of the size it works better capturing sharper and more accurate pictures.


Both phones come with iOS 11 which is one of the most advanced and secure operating systems of Apple.

Splash, water and dust resistant

Another thing that we should mention is that both phones are splash, water, and dust resistant, rated IP 67.

Wireless charging

One of the features that have been present on Android phones for years now came to iPhone – wireless charging. It works with Qi chargers.

When introducing new iPhones, Apple has also introduced AirPower, a charging pad that will allow the users to charge several Apple products at once. It will be launched next year.


Next among the features of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus is the six core A11 chip which has 4 efficiency cores and 2 performance cores. The efficiency cores are 70% and the performance cores are 25% faster compared to the A10 chip. Its ability to harness all 6 cores at a single go makes its performance so good. No matter for what purpose you use your iPhone would be faster and more efficient. For instance, you would be able to save more videos and pictures in lesser space also the Augmented Reality on the apps and games would look completely different.


The battery of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus have been designed to last 2 hours longer compared to iPhone 7.

iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are a fine catch if you are looking for a swap.

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