iPhone 8 Review: The Forgotten iPhone



Sometimes you just have to put the conclusion up front: the iPhone 8 is a successful execution of a familiar idea. It’s as iterative an upgrade as you can get, and with a bleeding-edge iPhone X on the horizon and scads of Android phones that have had similar features for years, the iPhone 8 doesn’t seem likely to shine in the annals of iPhone history. But if you’ve got a lot invested in Apple’s ecosystem (and you don’t want to spend a thousand dollars on the iPhone X) well, the iPhone 8 was made for you. I’m Michael Fisher and this is part 2 of MrMobile’s iPhone 8 review, brought to you by dbrand.

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MrMobile’s iPhone 8 Review / iPhone 8 Plus Review was made possible by a collaboration with iMore. The review units featured in this video are a combination of pre-production samples on loan from Apple, and retail units purchased by Mobile Nations. They were tested over the course of seven days in New York City and Boston on T-Mobile and AT&T. The iPhone 8 was paired with an Apple Watch Series 3 Cellular, while the iPhone 8 Plus was not.

Part 1 can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85o_x7OoET0

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iPhone 8 Review at iMore:
https://www.imore.com/iphone-8

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