What You Need To Know About The New Apple iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and 8 Plus XL
The new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus have been announced.
All of these new phones will cost $1,000 to $1.99, which is pretty steep, but not as steep as the original iPhone 8 was when it launched.
The iPhone 8 has the best camera of any iPhone, with the 8 Plus offering a faster processor and higher-resolution displays, and the 8 Pro offers a better camera with an OLED screen and better cameras.
The new iPhones also come with a number of smaller changes, but they all come with one thing in common: a better screen, and better camera, for less money.
The 8 Plus and 8 Pro offer better cameras, the 8s Plus comes with a better rear camera, and so on.
It’s a pretty good package.
However, we don’t know what the big changes are going to be for the rest of the iPhone lineup, so we’re going to focus on what’s new and noteworthy in this post.
What’s New in the iPhone 8 And 8 Plus?
Apple announced the new iPhones today, but we already know about the phone we’re talking about, and we’ve already reviewed the 8.1-inch iPhone 8.
If you’ve never seen the 8, though, this is a good place to start.
This is the 8 that’s been rumored to be the next iPhone, and it’s rumored to feature a 1080p screen, a larger battery, and a larger bezel, which will allow it to fit more phones in the palm of your hand.
If it’s true, that makes the iPhone X the only iPhone 8 in a new generation that’s rumored for a 1080/2440 pixel display.
There’s no word yet if the iPhone will have a larger screen, but the new iPhone could have a display size of 12.9-inches, which would be just a tad larger than the iPhone 7 Plus.
The only thing that’s not being said is whether or not the iPhone is getting a 12.1″ or 13.3″ display.
It doesn’t seem like Apple is aiming for a 13.2″ display or larger, but this is what we’re seeing.
This means we might get an iPhone 8 with a resolution of 1280×800 pixels or 1440×2560 pixels.
That’s an increase of about 25%, which is not a big deal.
That could be a nice upgrade for those who need to have a large screen on their iPhone.
The rumored specs are the same as those we already knew about, so the difference here is that the iPhone should have a 1080 display and a 5.5-inch screen.
If Apple is indeed going to change things up with the iPhone, it’s worth taking a look at what the rumored specs might look like.
1080p Display (5.5″ Retina)