iPhone 8 Plus – A Big Screen, Big Picture
The new Apple iPhone 8 comes with a couple of innovative features. The first and foremost, is the introduction of the Apple Pay. It is a feature that lets you pay via your iPhone while you are away from the house. The phone is also compatible with the iOS devices and can be used for browsing, watching and checking your email. You can even make payments online.
The iPhone 8 has all the latest features and hardware specification as the iPhone 6 Plus. The new iPhone features a larger, 5.5-inch screen and uses the same A8 software platform as the iPhone Plus. The iPhone also offers a new feature called FaceID, which is based on the fingerprint technology. However, the feature set is same as the iPhone 6 Plus, and hence the iPhone 8 remains a competitive device.
The home button on the iPhone 8 is now called Force Touch, and it responds to your touch in such a way that it activates the multi-gesture interface, as seen on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 Plus. This is an extremely welcome feature, especially when you consider that the iPhone buyers are expected to use their phones for more than a single hour at a time. The iPhone now comes with two cameras, namely the front-facing shooter for general photos and the rear-facing camera for higher-quality images. The 2.5-inch size of the face sensor is bigger than the one found on the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 8 Plus, which puts the newest iPhone eight against the competition head on.
The iPhone 8 Plus comes with an older A11 chip, which is the main reason behind the increase in RAM and CPU speed. The A11 chip found in the iPhone 7 Plus is also the same A10 chip used in the iPhone 7. This means that the newest iPhone 8 Plus has the same industrial design and power-saving features, as seen in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 Plus. Apart from the change in the A11 chip, there are no other major alterations in the iPhone feature set.
If we look at the iPhone 8 Plus compared to the iPhone 8, we will find that the iPhone has two screens, one at the top as well as at the bottom. It has no headphone jack, as seen in the iPhone, and it has two speaker slots, one at the top as well as at the bottom. The iPhone 8 Plus has two earphones, one with a volume control, the other for speaker phone. It comes with no cellular phone plan.
The iPhone 8 Plus offers much more than what its predecessors offer. The iPhone has two cameras, as opposed to the two lenses present on the iPhone. It has a facial recognition feature, which allows the phone to automatically recognize your face and read your text messages. This is part of Apple’s bid to take the smartphone experience to the next level. The facial recognition lets you use the iPhone Plus as a personal video recorder, though you won’t be able to take high-quality videos with it.
On the other hand, the iPhone 8 Plus comes with a brand new dual LED flash, which is capable of switching between colors. With the iPhone, it’s all about the home button, which was relocated to the top of the device, rather than being placed at the bottom as in earlier iPhones. This move allows users to easily access the fingerprint scanner located on the home button. Apart from that, the home button also acts as the camera button, so you’ll have to learn how to use it again. While the dual LED flashlight may seem like an insignificant change, it could prove useful in some instances.
The iPhone 8 Plus has a bigger camera lens than the iPhone, which could mean better image quality. If you’re planning to buy the iPhone, this is probably one of the main factors that you would consider. The camera has also been designed to take HD images. You can adjust the quality of the images automatically based on the brightness and contrast of the scene. Another interesting technological addition with the iPhone is the presence of a fingerprint sensor, which is capable of logging all the information about you including your name and contacts. The iPhone is an excellent choice for those who want to be connected with their phones even more while still carrying it in another form.