Key Difference – iPhone 8 vs iPhone 8 Plus
The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 plus consists of glass on the front and the back. It is available in colors of silver, space gray and a fine gold finish. The iPhone is made up of aerospace grade aluminum.
It comes with a 50 % deeper strengthening layers. It has a glass designed reinforced steel design. It comes with the most durable glass made for a smart phone. It is also water and dust resistant. The iPhone 8 comes with a 4.7-inch retina display while the plus version 5.5-inch retina display. It has great cinema wide color gamut. It comes with 3D touch tech built into the display. It supports true tone display technology. iPhone 8 comes with a stereo speaker which is 25 % louder than iPhone 7. It also produces deeper bass.
The iPhone 8 is powered by an All bionic A11 chip. It is a smart and powerful chip. It supports 64-bit architecture and has 4.3 billion transistors built into it. The chip is powered by six core processors. It consists of two high-performance cores which are 25% higher than A10. It has four high efficiencies better by 70 % compared with A10. It also has a 2nd generation Apple designed performance controller.
Apple graphics is powered by an Apple designed GPC which is 30 % faster than the A10 processor. The A 11 bionic chip can produce the performance of A10 at half the power. It can efficiently support 3D gaming and the metal 2 frame work.
Apple has also designed an ISP for iPhone 8. It has a faster low light auto focus. It also has an improved pixel processor. It also has hardware multi-band noise reduction for better photography. The camera has a 12 MP sensor. It has deeper pixels and supports optical image stabilization. It is powered by all new sensors and supports an aperture of f/1.8 and f/2.8.
A new feature of iPhone 8 is portrait lighting feature. You can change the lighting effect by just swiping.
Video produced by the iPhone 8 is of high quality. It has faster video frame rates and supports real time image analysis. iPhone supports augmented reality and is the first smartphone designed to support this technology. iPhone 8 supports wireless charging. It comes with storage of 64 GB and 256 GB on both the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.