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Five reason that shows you should go for iPhone 8 over iPhone X

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Five reason that shows you should go for iPhone 8 over iPhone X
Apple has launched three devices this year and leaving people more confused. Biggest confusion is choosing between iPhone 8 and iPhone X. So, if you are also one of them who is confused between these two devices then this article is for you.

In this article, we are going to talk about the five reasons that show you should go for iPhone 8 over iPhone X. There is no question on the capabilities and design of the iPhone X, but when your work gets completed with a horse than why to go elephant 😊. Below are some of the reason that shows you should buy iPhone 8 over iPhone X.

Same A11 chip on both the devices

This is probably the most important reason to consider the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus over the iPhone X: Functionally, they're all identical.

All of these phones are powered by Apple's new A11 Bionic chip, a neural engine, and the M11 motion coprocessor. The only difference is how the phones use these features: The iPhone X uses the A11 chip and neural engine for its new face-detection system Face ID, which the iPhone 8 does not have.

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iPhone 8 has similar camera like iPhone X

If you care at all about photography, the rear cameras on the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X are nearly identical. The iPhone 8 is also a great shooter, but the larger 8 Plus adds a second telephoto lens so you can zoom in without losing image quality.

The only difference between the rear cameras on the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X is that the iPhone X has optical image stabilization for both the wide-angle and telephoto lenses, for sharper images, especially in low-light settings; the iPhone 8 Plus only has OIS for the wide-angle lens, like the iPhone 7 Plus before it.

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iPhone 8 support wireless charging just like iPhone X

All of these phones support the Qi wireless charging standard as well as fast-charging.

The downside is, you'll have to buy extra accessories if you choose either new charging method. Apple offers several different Qi wireless charging pads you can buy (its own AirPower solution won't be out until 2018, unfortunately), and you'll need to buy anywhere from $25 to $75 worth of equipment — a Lightning-to-USB-C cable and a USB-C Power Delivery-compatible charger, specifically — if you want to use fast-charging for your iPhone 8, 8 Plus, or iPhone X.

Again, this is one more expense to consider when thinking about the iPhone 8 versus the $1,000-to-start iPhone X.

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I feel Touch iD is better than Face ID

Ever since the release of iPhone 5S in 2013, Touch ID has changed the way we use our phones from unlocking the device, to storing passwords, to using our fingerprints to pay for goods via Apple Pay.

Touch ID is a known, proven entity. Face ID, which will replace Touch ID on the iPhone X, is less known.

Apple makes some bold statements about Face ID. The company claims it's less prone to being tricked than Touch ID. They claim it can also work in the dark, or recognize changes to your face like if you grow a beard, or wear glasses, or change your hair, or put on a kooky outfit. But we still don't know how Face ID will actually work in the wild when millions of people are using it. Simply put, technology is not infallible, and it's impossible to predict what could go wrong with this unlocking method. (Thankfully, the passcode backup still exists.)

By choosing an iPhone 8, however, you choose to forgo the guinea-pig era for Face ID.

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iPhone X is much more expensive than iPhone 8

Last but not the least, money matters. The iPhone 8 starts at $700, while the larger iPhone 8 Plus starts at $800. The iPhone X, on the other hand, starts at $1,000.

It's simple math: You can save at least $200 by going with an iPhone 8, which, keep in mind, is still a brand-new phone from Apple.

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