Cyber chat iphone
Cyber chat iphone
The large bezels look simply ridiculous up against the Galaxy Note 8 and S8 and surely this is the last i Phone line-up to look like this, with subsequent handsets – i Phone XI next year anybody?– looking like the i Phone X with the home button banished to history.
There are two main strides with this latest version in our book; first is the A11 Bionic processor, which moves to six cores rather than the four inside the i Phone 7 Plus’ A10 Fusion. These performance improvements show in general use and everything is very punchy when you’re adding effects to photos or editing them.Image stabilisation is confined to the wide-angle lens as with the i Phone 7 Plus, but the dual camera on the i Phone X will also introduce it to the telephoto lens (as we saw on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8).The main question is whether you should buy this phone or wait for the incoming i Phone X. Our take is that you should only wait for the i Phone X if you can embrace change. If you reckon you’ll miss that home button then stick with the i Phone 8 or 8 Plus.It also has a bigger battery, which we’ll come onto shortly.However, the 8 Plus does look dated compared to its rivals and that is such a shame.White balance has been significantly improved - you can easily see this in more accurate skin tones - and there's a new colour filter, too.
Portrait Mode has been taken a stage further with portrait lighting, enabling you to apply different lighting effects to the image, such as studio light. Note you can edit portrait effects in the gallery afterwards as we're doing here.If Apple has decided to abandon the i Phone 7S or i Phone 8S naming convention then it’s understandable; everyone else moves on a number every year. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is our favourite handset this year; it’s an awesome device.And if we have a Galaxy Note 9 (and indeed a Galaxy S9 and S9 ) next year and a Huawei Mate 10 this month then the 7S moniker might look a bit worn.In terms of Apple’s handsets, the Plus series have always been our favoured models since the debut of the i Phone 6 Plus back in 2014.It’s the size, the dual-camera, the beefier specs (again the Plus-sized phone features 3GB of RAM instead of 2GB in the standard model).There are also many incremental updates like the True Tone display from the i Pad Pro, Bluetooth 5.0, fast charging (if you have a USB-C to lightning cable) and more. Inside the i Phone X this is used for Face ID, but inside the 8 and 8 Plus it will be used for augmented reality apps.