Watch how capable the iPhone 8 actually is.
From today, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are available for purchase in many countries in the world, and as you might expect the first videos putting the devices to tests are also here.
The first video tested the iPhone 8 Plus’s speed and how the device holds up against its predecessor – iPhone 7 Plus. The test comparison shows that despite the giant leap in the benchmark tests, iPhone 8Plus is only marginally better than iPhone 7 Plus.
The new model is definitely better in all day-to-day tasks like browsing the Web, opening apps, etc.,but the processor upgrade may not be as significant as both the benchmarks and Apple indicate.
Another video test reveals the durability of the iPhone 8. JerryRig proves that the iPhone 8 hold up better in terms of display durability, and well as the rigidity thanks to the new design with a glass back instead of an aluminum back.
But Apple’s high-end device for this year is not the iPhone 8. A special, more-premium model dubbed iPhone X for $999 should launch in early October, offering a brand new design, Face ID, and other software and hardware improvements.