If you observed an iPhone 8 on the street, you’d most likely think it was an iPhone 7. The phone’s general design is identical, but on the outside, you’ll realize that the iPhone 8 features a glass back rather than a metallic one. It nearly just appears like it’s been decorated with a shiny lacquer, like nail polish.
The distinctions between the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 8 are usually considerably less obvious. Based on Apple, the iPhone 8 is created with “the most durable glass ever in a smartphone.” (Some stress tests claim that the improvement is minor, and the iPhone 8 glass can still scratch and break.) The Retina display itself also features something called True Tone technology which changes the screen’s white balance in numerous conditions. This feature is very apparent when examining the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 7 side-by-side, and I believe it is less difficult on the eyes. Finally, the iPhone 8 has Qi wireless charging.