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Dimensions: 158.2 x 77.9 x 7.3 mm
Display: 4.7 inches, 750 x 1334 pixels pixels
Processor: Apple A11 Bionic / 2GB RAM
Storage: 64 / 256GB
Battery: 1821 mAh
Camera: 12MP sensor, f/1.8, OIS, quad-LED (dual tone) flash

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Price history for Apple iPhone 8 64GB Factory Unlocked Smartphone
Latest updates:
  • $179.99 - January 30, 2021
  • $209.99 - January 11, 2021
  • $219.99 - December 23, 2020
  • $229.99 - November 22, 2020
Since: November 22, 2020
  • Highest Price: $229.99 - November 22, 2020
  • Lowest Price: $179.99 - January 30, 2021
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iPhones 8 have new cameras designed to hack it even on a drunken dance floor. Faster processors made downtime game-playing run smoother. They’re also easier to charge, so you’re less likely to get stuck with a dead phone at the end of the night.

Everything works great. The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are virtually perfect phones. For $699 or $799 , you get a device that makes calls, plays games, takes pictures, shows movies, gets you everywhere, and does everything better than ever before. Apple set the standard for smartphones a decade ago, and with apologies to the Note 8 and Google Pixel, still does so today.

And yet it’s already obsolete. Only minutes after Apple announced these near-perfect models of its original vision, the company re-set the bar.

Glass Houses
In iPhone years, 2017 should’ve been an «S» year, when Apple upgrades the phone without redesigning or rethinking it. But the iPhone 8 isn’t a 7S. Besides the standard spec bumps, Apple changed a couple of bigger things, starting with the design. The iPhone 8’s a vision in glass. Aluminum keeps the body rigid; glass on the back and front keeps it pretty. It may make the iPhone 8 more fragile—Apple says it won’t, my history with glass phones says it will—but it definitely makes it classier.

Otherwise, the design looks just like last year’s iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Home button: still there. Headphone jack: still gone. There’s a big bezel around the screen, which looks even larger compared to handsets like the Note 8 or Essential Phone. I suspect this is the last time an iPhone will ever look this way, as the all-screen design of the iPhone X takes hold of Apple’s entire lineup. It already feels outdated, especially on the 8 Plus—a humongous phone without a particularly humongous screen.

New Tricks
If you do buy an 8, it’ll be for one of two very important, very noticeable upgrades. The first is wireless charging, a decade-old tech that’s finally made its way into the iPhone. Apple doesn’t make a wireless charger yet—the AirPower mat comes next year—but the iPhone 8 works with any pad using the popular Qi standard. The phone charges quite a bit slower on the pad than plugged into the wall, but it’s worth it for the freedom. Wireless charging makes the iPhone feel less like a Tamagotchi needing constant feeding, and more like a digital sidekick that’s always ready to go. Pick it up when you need it, put it down when you don’t; whenever you’re not using your phone, it’s charging. Android users have known this feeling for years, but a lot of iPhone users are going to love it now.

The other difference you’ll definitely notice? The camera. More specifically, the combination of a new 12-megapixel sensor, the laptop-grade A11 Bionic processor, and a reworking of the iPhone 8’s internals to make everything faster and more efficient. The iPhone 8 has a single camera on the back with an f/1.8 lens and optical image stabilization. The Plus adds a second f/2.8 telephoto lens, which lets it take beautiful soft-background photos in Portrait mode. Both models have 7-megapixel selfie cameras, which make even my goofy mug look good.

Apple made a conscious decision to tweak the way it processes photos, grabbing more pop and vibrancy from colors than before. Some people will quibble about the pure color accuracy, especially after Apple’s longstanding devotion to faithfully reproducing even the most drab red and yellow, but I suspect most people will love the more dramatic look. Every shot is now HDR by default. It still struggles in low light, like any smartphone camera—I took 100 or so shots of the father-daughter dance at the wedding and every single one is blurry. But with few exceptions, photos I take on the iPhone 8 look fantastic.

The best part of the new camera, though, is the sheer number of new things you can do. You can shoot slow-motion video in 1080p.

Toward the Future
Like the iPhone X, the iPhones 8 were designed as augmented reality devices, and that’s where the camera and processor upgrades really start to shine. I’ve only had a chance to try a few AR apps so far, but all work remarkably well. I’ve inspected an oversized beating heart in the middle of a hotel room, and redecorated my living room with some help from Ikea’s new app. Playing The Machines, an augmented-reality table game in which you have to actually move around to make sure your armies aren’t being attacked, was the most gaming fun I’ve had recently. It’s also exhausting.

Sure, you’re going to look insane walking around in circles and squinting at your phone, but it’s great. Apple’s in a position to dominate these early days of AR, and the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus provide excellent ways to try it out. Having a big white bezel around the edge of the screen sucks, though, and reminds you that you’re still looking through a phone. And without all the remarkable front-facing camera tech in the iPhone X, you can’t put yourself in AR nearly as well.

That’s the thing about the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. These are very good and very impressive phones, and yet, they’re not even Apple’s best handsets. The iPhone X represents Apple’s vision of the future, and also Samsung’s and Essential’s and Huawei’s and everyone else’s. It’s a future without bezels, and with enough camera power to really change how smartphones work. The iPhones 8 check every box a phone has ever checked before, but they feels like the last of something right as Apple and others prepare the first of something else.

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7.8Expert Score
Compared to the iPhone 7, the iPhone 8 brings minimal upgrades. But compared to the iPhone 6/6S, wow, you'll be very pleased with the jump forward - particularly if you're seeking a familiar and compact phone. Apple isn't rocking the boat in the iPhone 8, but its feature improvements make notable improvements in all the right places. The glass back means wireless charging is possible. Buy the relevant charging cable and the addition of Quick Charge is great. The boost in power is also spot on for AR applications and smooth operation from iOS 12 - soon to be iOS 13 - and all your favourite apps. However, the Face ID-toting iPhone models are hard to ignore - but they do cost quite a premium over what you'd pay for an iPhone 8. Yet iPhone 8 remains small, compact, powerful, and will deliver the ideal phone experience for many - especially those who aren't fussed with all the latest and greatest features, newer design, and the costs associated with them. Just because it has minimal upgrades doesn't mean it doesn't deliver maximum satisfaction.
Design
7.5
Speed
8
User Friendliness
7.5
Performance
8
Camera
8
PROS
  • Small size has added appeal in among typically larger phones
  • Wireless charging thanks to new glass back design
  • Dust- and water-resistant
  • Powerful innards
CONS
  • Lacks iPhone 8 Plus' camera skills
  • Need separate cable for Quick Charge
  • Glass makes it prone to drop damage
  • The familiar design looks dated

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Specification: iPhone 8

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CPU Hexa-core (2x Monsoon + 4x Mistral)
Apple Model iPhone 8 2GB 64GB
Biometrics Technology Fingerprint Recognition
GPU Apple GPU (three-core graphics)
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WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, hotspot
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Resolution 750 x 1334 pixels, 16:9 ratio (~326 ppi density)
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Price history for Apple iPhone 8 64GB Factory Unlocked Smartphone
Latest updates:
  • $179.99 - January 30, 2021
  • $209.99 - January 11, 2021
  • $219.99 - December 23, 2020
  • $229.99 - November 22, 2020
Since: November 22, 2020
  • Highest Price: $229.99 - November 22, 2020
  • Lowest Price: $179.99 - January 30, 2021

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  1. Rhonda

    Only upgraded to the 8 because my 6s wasnt compatible the constant glucose monitor I have. Havent really checked out the features of the phone yet.See more

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  2. Karen

    I received the phone but the SIM card did not work. I tried calling smart talk and they sent my another card that didnt work either. So far I have a phone that is unusable. Can you help?See more

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  3. april

    Only upgraded to the 8 because my 6s wasnt compatible the constant glucose monitor I have. Havent really checked out the features of the phone yet.See moreI received the phone but the SIM card did not work. I tried calling smart talk and they sent my another card that didnt work either. So far I have a phone that is unusable. Can you help?See more

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