iLoveEeEe, 23 Sep 2017Does the wireless charger come with the package ?No, you need to pay almost 100$ for it, and not worth, don't bother yourself, use the cable better.
Frankly speaking its a status symbol. Samsung galaxy Note 8 seems to be a better option. Screen size of 4.7 is not appropriate. It should have been at least 5.2 inch screen.
Experia, 24 Sep 2017If u really buying the iphone, buy the 8 plus. The 8 are good in size but its still got a smal... moreThe screen size is just good, it isn't really as small as you'd think. I hope manufacturers go back to about 5 inches, and that size combined with bezelless would make it perfect. But please no 18:9
Why choosing the glass over the alloy body?
At the end the feel still come from the iPhone 7 which better than the 8.
Anonymous, 24 Sep 2017Just one question, does it have a headphone jack?no.
Anonymous, 24 Sep 2017Just one question, does it have a headphone jack?Not one but two!
If u really buying the iphone, buy the 8 plus. The 8 are good in size but its still got a small ram, small battery and super expensive. No worth as nothing significant improves from the 6s. There are nothing much u can do with a small phone even with the a11 super processor.
Anonymous, 23 Sep 2017Back in the day, he said the fire test is for "checks and giggles" If anybody doesn't know ... moreI am so sorry, it was the "kicks". English is not my native language, and he has some difficult accent (I mean, I don't even know what he sometimes means with things I just didn't understand correctly)
AnonD-702857, 23 Sep 2017Really? Barely 2 Gigabytes of RAM? Only hexacore? IP67? Still no card slot? Tiny screen with h... moreLook at phonebuff speedtest, EAP water resistance test, buy the 256GB if 64GB is not enough for you, and just get an iPhone 8 Plus if 4.7in is too small for you. It's just perfect for me size-wise, and this is not a 55inch TV, you don't need 4K on it. That resolution is enough for this particular screen size, trust me.
Really? Barely 2 Gigabytes of RAM? Only hexacore? IP67? Still no card slot? Tiny screen with horrible resolution? Everything so far is terrible. The specifications of this phone cannot even compare with cell phones like Sony Xperia XZ Premium or Samsung Galaxy S8.
Saw the phone and I would say if you have iPhone 7 then wait for iPhone 9 maybe maybe there will be a changes!! And for me am happy with my iPhone 6!!
And the X high price just to remove the home button!!
user, 23 Sep 2017The iPhone 8, however, survives through all of this, which isn't a surprise since last year's ... moreBack in the day, he said the fire test is for "checks and giggles"
If anybody doesn't know what is meant, it's the iPhone 8 durability test by jerryrigeverything
Anonymous, 23 Sep 2017You not tried an S8 or s7 then??? build.Just 7 comments before, I showed that this is just not true. Why, tell me WHY are fandroids so ignorant??
NoahS, 22 Sep 2017I have my $150 android with a 5.5" screen and 12mp camera. I am not paying a mortgage payment ... moreIts a matter of preference. People will love a brand there mostly comfortable to use.
Strange phone is already on sale and on GSM arena is no information about battery,
But as we all could expect endurance will be bad as usualy and for heavy gamer it will be drained from 100% to zero in less than a hour even a brand new.
The iPhone 8, however, survives through all of this, which isn't a surprise since last year's iPhone 7 did well, too. There are some things to note from this video
The glass front and back are about as scratch-resistant as the front glass on the iPhone 7 so Apple's "most durable glass ever on a smartphone" claim will likely be regarding the impact resistance rather than scratch-resistance.
The sapphire lens cover for the rear camera is not 100% pure sapphire and is about as scratch resistant as the glass used elsewhere on the phone, which is to say it's good but not as good as pure sapphire would be.
The phone uses improved ingress protection around the sides that does not pop when the phone bends, an issue that was present on the previous model.
The phone itself does not bend much at all, a far cry from when this design was first introduced with the original iPhone 6 that bent like a bar of chocolate on a hot day.
Everything you touch is either glass or metal, including the buttons on the side.
While not mentioned in this video, the glass back has been reported to be a lot grippier than the smooth metal surface of previous iPhones, which means it is lot less likely to slip out of your hands in the first place so you don't end up testing Apple's durability claims first hand.
The pixels recover from flame, which should be good news if you frequently find yourself using your phone while being engulfed in fire. (Why is this a test, again?)
Overall, the iPhone 8 does well in durability test. Real world scenarios will likely be less harsh so if a phone can survive this it will likely survive in the real world. But if you are paranoid Apple will be happy to charge you $39-$49 more for a case.