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iPhone 8 Reviews (80%)

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By cnet on 80

The iPhone 8 has plenty of power under the hood, but lacks the extra camera features and design upgrade of the better iPhone 8 Plus and…

By klgadgetguy.com on 78

I keep telling people to go for the iPhone 7 instead of the iPhone 8, simply because of the marginal difference in features and significant difference in price, and that verdict unfortunately hasn’t changed much. Granted, the iPhone 8 performs much…

By V3.co.uk on 80

The iPhone 8 is an excellent phone, boosted by the addition of wireless charging and Apple’s new A11 Bionic CPU. Beyond that, however, it’s an incremental update over last year’s iPhone 7, and the handset’s large bezels and three-year-old design mean it…

By The Inquirer on 80

IT’S NOT OFTEN that the launch of an iPhone is met with a lacklustre response, but that was arguably the case with this year’s iPhone 8, which took the backseat to Apple’s 10th-anniversary iPhone X. While some may argue that the iPhone X, with its…

By firstpost.com on 45

The iPhone 8 is just as impressive and just as disappointing as we’ve been expecting it to be. What frustrates me with the device is that even if Apple went with the same, three-year old design, it could have put in a lot more effort into the features…

By 91mobiles.com on 80

If you own an iPhone 7, there’s absolutely no need to upgrade this year, but if you’re using an older-generation iPhone, such as the 6 or 6s, you’ll definitely notice the difference with the 8. While there are plenty of excellent Android options…

By CGM on 85

Apple has refined the iPhone with the 8, and while it will not blow people away with features, every refinement is a welcome addition to the iOS…

By makeuseof.com on 70

You’ll need to make your own mind up about this one, since it’s a refined smartphone but a lacklustre upgrade. Had Apple included a fast charger and maybe some form of wireless charging pad, it would have matched the 8/10 awarded to last year’s iPhone 7…

By Good Gear Guide on 75

While it won’t inspire mania among the enthusiast crowd like the iPhone X will, the iPhone 8 remains a solid package for those happy to play things…

By pickr.com.au on 80

Summing up the iPhone 8 has been a little harder for us than previous years, simply because it’s a good phone, but it’s not the great all-round package that the iPhone 8 Plus achieves.Our issue comes squarely back to that camera, because without the…

By techguide.com.au on 100

Even though the iPhone X is just weeks away from release, the iPhone 8 is still one of the best smartphones money can buy with excellent design, a brilliant camera and unbeatable performance. It has raised Apple’s already high standards for the…

By iLounge on 90

Apple’s iPhone product cycle has almost become predictable over the past several years. Since the release of the iPhone 3GS in 2009 as a follow-up to the 2008 iPhone 3G, Apple has followed a trend of releasing major physical updates to its iPhone models…

By Macworld on 80

It’s difficult to put a label on the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. It’s a definite update from 2016’s iPhone 7—even though it looks almost exactly the same—but it’s different enough that it doesn’t deserve to be given an “S” naming scheme. To me, it feels…

By T3 Magazine on 60

The iPhone 8 is an excellent smartphone. The battery life is decent, the camera improved, and the addition of wireless charging adds convenience.We like the glass-backed design as well, and, thanks to the small screen it’s one of the most ergonomic…

By in.ign.com on 80

The iPhone 8 represents a healthy update in key areas over last year’s model, making it a reliable go-to phone with nearly all of the expected features. In fact, it has more power than it knows what to do with right now, which at least makes it feel…

By 3G UK on 80

“The iPhone 8 takes everything good about the iPhone 7 and builds on it, just not by as much as we’d have liked. It’s a great compact phone, but expensive for what you get.”Best Apple iPhone 8 dealsTop DealApple iPhone 8 12GB for the price of 4GB.12GB…

By techadvisor.co.uk on 80

There are some great things about the iPhone 8 including the addition of wireless charging, 64GB storage as standard and a fast A11 Bionic processor. However, this all comes at a higher price and everything else is largely the same so we can’t imagine…

By technobuffalo.com on 80

Apple is at a fascinating crossroads. Its iPhone 8, out now worldwide, is easily the best smartphone the company has ever made. But it’s not the iPhone most people want to buy. That’s because in just about a month we’ll see the release of the iPhone X,…

By theguardian.com on 80

The iPhone 8 is the best iPhone released to date because it has much better battery life, an improved camera and wireless charging – but it’s inherently boring. It has glass on the back, sure, but even without sticking it in a case it’s difficult to…

By gadgetsnow.com on 80

The iPhone 8 comes in two storage variants 64GB and 256GB, which are priced at Rs 64,000 and Rs 77,000. A price point where it has stiff competition from the likes of Samsung Galaxy S8 and HTC U11. But, the main question about the latest iPhones is that…

By TechRadar on 80

Don’t let the iPhone 8 name fool you – this is very much the iPhone 7S, an incremental upgrade on 2016’s 4.7-inch iPhone 7 with a few additions here and there, but nothing to really…

By Gadgets360 on 90

Still here? Good, let’s wrap this thing up. Though many have argued that the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus feel like ‘S’ upgrades, our experience shows that in many ways they offer more improvements than the jump from the iPhone 6s to iPhone 7 cycle. The…

By Trusted Reviews on 80

It’s been 10 years since the original iPhone was released. Back then it offered the consumer an alternative to devices featuring tiny QWERTY keyboards, introducing multi-touch and classy designs instead. Now, Apple is celebrating the occasion with the…

By PCMag IN on 70

As always Apple has launched solid iPhones but don’t expect radical…

By SlashGear on 80

“Familiarity breeds contempt,” or so the old proverb goes, and never has that been more topical than for the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. In any other year from the past decade, Apple’s new smartphones would be the topic of endless fascination and…

By Macworld UK on 40

The iPhone 8 is a gorgeous, sleek and incredibly powerful smartphone, there’s no doubt about it. The A11 Bionic chipset provided the highest benchmark scores ever, leaving Android rivals in the dirt, and the low-light camera performance is a marked…

By Phone Arena on 92

In a lot respects, the iPhone 8 should feel like a slam dunk: it takes the already winning formula of the iPhone 7, delivers a handful of solid upgrades, and even implements some all-new features. And if we’re looking at the phone on its own, it’s hard…

By Digital Trends on 70

If you still love your iPhone 6 or 6S and you want to upgrade without spending too much, or you want a smaller phone without compromising on power, then the iPhone 8 is going to tick all your boxes. But if you want the best iPhone, wait for the iPhone…

By Gadget Guy Australia on 80

The iPhone 8 is a bit unconventional. It was one of two new smartphone models announced by Apple earlier this month, with the other being Apple’s most advanced smartphone ever, the iPhone X, and a clear indicator of where future smartphones are heading….

By NotebookCheck on 91

Step by step. We already suspected that Apple would only show a slightly improved version of its smartphone this year. The eighth-generation iPhone from Cupertino gets a revised chassis and more performance, which is at least more than in the previous…

By dxomark.com on 92

While we haven’t retested every smartphone using our new protocols, we have retested some of the best, and the Apple iPhone 8 improves over all of them, including the Google Pixel and the HTC U11 — the two best performers until now. Apple has brought…

By avforums.com on 80

The real problem here is that both these phones have a large iPhone X-shaped shadow falling on them, promising the future as loudly as the first iPhone did ten years ago. But to be honest, that’s their worst failing.These are both excellent phones, with…

By Engadget on 91

Chris Velazco/EngadgetWhen I first picked up the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, I immediately decided they were actually just the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus. I was wrong: They’re definitely much more than that. They’re just saddled with a less exciting design. If you…

By Mashable on 90

The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus move the needle forward in all the right ways, but the only substantive change from the iPhone 7 is wireless charging. If you own the 7, don’t bother, but everyone else should seriously consider upgrading.

By The Verge on 80

And yet, a lot of people are going to buy an iPhone 8 — it’s the phone to get if you’re on an upgrade plan, your older phone breaks or finally gets too slow, or you just need a new phone right now. It’s Apple’s new default phone, and it’s pretty great that a default phone is actually this good. But it’s not the future, and it’s not the cutting edge. It’s just the default. It’s an iPhone.

By eftm.com.au on 100

So here’s the thing, you won’t notice much difference at a glance when you first pickup the iPhone 8 or 8 Plus. Front on, they look the same as the iPhone 7, and 6s, and 6 for that matter. To understand the value of the iPhone 8 you’ve got to look much…

By Tom’s Guide on 90

I’m torn about the look of the new iPhones. On the one hand, the new glass back looks elegant while being less slippery than my matte black iPhone 7 Plus. Apple’s new phones are also built stronger, with the company claiming that the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus…

By TheStraitsTimes on 80

The Apple iPhone 8 and 8 Plus represent incremental upgrades from its predecessors. But the significantly faster processor and the better camera are great reasons to upgrade, especially if you are still holding on to the iPhone 6s. However, both iPhone…

By CNET Australia on 90

The sensible, speedy iPhone 8 makes a nice upgrade to the iPhone 6S and earlier siblings, but we won’t know until November how it compares to the much pricier iPhone…

By hardwarezone.com.sg on 85

The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus own the dubious distinction of being the shortest reigning Apple flagship smartphones, being surpassed a mere twenty minutes later by the iPhone X. While they’re both great phones, they’re overshadowed by the X, and it doesn’t…

By Alphr on 80

Apple iPhone 7 UK Sim-Free Smartphone, 32 GB – Black£525.00 Buy nowDespite the improvements, the iPhone 8 lacks any real punch. None of the features listed above are unique to the iPhone 8, for instance. Yes, they’re a step up from the iPhone 7 and,…

By goodhousekeeping.co.uk on 87

The Apple iPhone 8 almost has it all. It looks stunning, is fast and easy to use and has some great bells and whistles like wireless charging, a screen that adapts to suit your conditions and water resistance. We can’t fault the quality of the photos…

By MobilePhones on 97

Build QualityPhone Set UpFeaturesCamera & VideoBattery LifeOur Apple iPhone 8 RED Special Edition review takes a look at the new exclusive and premium feel iPhone. Both the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus are available in red and a portion of…

By Pocket-lint on 90

Compared to the iPhone 7, the iPhone 8 brings minimal upgrades. But compared to the iPhone 6/6S, wow, you’ll be very pleased with the jump forward – particularly if you’re seeking a familiar and compact phone.Apple isn’t rocking the boat in the iPhone…

By Expert Reviews on 80

The Apple iPhone 8 is in many ways a step forward from the iPhone 7 – but the price is hard to…

By Know Your Mobile on 50

Would I buy this phone? Absolutely not. I can think of multiple phones I’d rather own and use than the iPhone 8. The camera is great, as is the A11 chipset, but that’s not enough to warrant a price hike on a phone that is more or less indistinguishable…

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