iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 are very similar handsets, but which one is best for you?
Apple took the wraps off its refreshed iPhone models, dubbed iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, at an exclusive media event in Cupertino, California this week.
The updated smartphones include a number of improvements, including faster processor, better camera and display.
But how much has really changed, and is it enough to make you rush out to buy these new smartphones?
Apple has forgone its traditional S moniker this year, instead jumping straight from last year’s iPhone 7 and 7 Plus to the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus.
But don’t be fooled by new branding, these new iPhone models are very much evolutionary – rather than revolutionary.
That’s not a knock on the latest hardware from Cupertino, after all, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus were great smartphones.
Out of the box, the most noticeable change with these new devices is the glass back.
Apple has ditched the anodised aluminium shell that characterised the 6, 6S and iPhone 7 in favour of the “most durable glass ever in a smartphone”.
The move to glass is not merely cosmetic, since it enables wireless charging – a first for the iPhone range.
iPhone 8 owners will be able to place their devices on any Qi-compatible wireless charging points, like you’ll find built into the tables in your local branch of Starbucks or McDonalds.
Speaking of battery life, Apple has included fast-charging in its new iPhone 8 range.
The US technology company claims its new smartphone line-up will be able to recharge 50 per cent of its total battery capacity in only 30 minutes plugged into the wall socket.
That should prove to be popular amongst iPhone owners, especially since battery life has not improved with this latest generation of iPhone.
iPhone 8 boasts the same powerful A11 Bionic processor that…