The iPhone 8 and 8 + were both featured at a recent Apple Convention. Feature changes discussed included improvements to the design, processing power, storage and battery life. Conference was at the Steve Jobs Theater.
September 16th is the anticipated release date for the iPhone 8. The 8 is sold in two versions, the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8+. There are several improvements to the make, which include stronger glass, a stronger chassis, and logical features such as a six core processor, and stronger aperture for taking pictures. Aesthetically speaking, the phone is lighter and promises to have a larger battery life. The features are the same as the iPhone 7. This phone is made for a traveller and uses a 64 bit processor. The pair are in stores with a backorder option available for the iPhone X.
With a 64 bit core processor the unit is developed to work better than the A10 in older models. There is improved battery life, screen dimensions and overall display aesthetics. You can use it to share photos, make and receive calls, share your songs, and take still and video shots. They have improved processing power. The applications remain the same.
The event was well attended and consumed by all.