Interestingly enough, news just in, confirms that the battery size of the awaited iPhone X is larger than the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. The iPhone X will contain a 2,715mAh battery, the iPhone 8 sports a 1,821mAH and the iPhone 8 Plus a 2,675mAh cell. Random Access Memory (RAM) capacity, which is essentially memory, not to be confused with storage space, is also larger on the iPhone X, it weighs in with 3GB in total, that’s more than the iPhone 8 but is equivalent to the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 7 Plus. All these issues are crucial to mobile photographers, good news.
Just published by David Cardinal for DxOMark the Apple iPhone 8 Plus review makes interesting reading. “The Apple iPhone 8 Plus is the best-performing mobile device camera we have ever tested. Its overall DxOMark Mobile score of 94 sets a new record, beating out the 90 points for both the Google Pixel and the HTC U11, as well as the 92 that its sibling iPhone 8 just scored. Its Photo score of 96 is also a new record, blowing past the Pixel’s 90. For Video, its score of 89 is among our highest, but tied with the HTC U11 and slightly below the Pixel’s 91. Of course, the Pixel is nearly a year old now, so it makes sense that Apple’s new flagship is breaking new ground”, said Cardinal.
Our readership here at TheAppWhisperer.com are predominately preoccupied with smartphones as photographic devices and rightly so. The artists that we represent are some of the very best mobile photographers in the world. So the question on everyone’s mind, after the Apple keynote yesterday, is should I upgrade and which model should I upgrade to? With more choice than ever, this is by no means an easy question, we consider the key points below:
Apple today announced a new generation of iPhone: iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. The new iPhone features a new glass and aluminium design in three beautiful colours made out of the most durable glass ever in a smartphone, Retina … Read more
It is not much longer to wait until we find out, for sure, what Apple has in store for us today. We will be covering the complete press event (as always), on our uber popular Twitter feed @TheAppWhisperer – if you’re not following us already and 25,000 of you are, then please do so, we don’t want you to miss a single thing. With Apple’s online store already down in preparation of this event, excitement continues to build. Ten whole years of iPhone have lead to this moment where we and many others expect Apple to announce the ‘iPhone 8/plus/X’ complete with OLED display, wireless charging and fail recognition. We are also expecting and hoping to see a new Apple TV with support for 4K video playback, a brand new Apple Watch Series 3 model and more…
This Apple event will be held in the Steve Jobs Theatre (for the first time) in Cupertino, California and at 10 am PT, that’s 1 pm ET and if in London, UK, it’s 6 pm. Most likely, the event will last for approximately two hours. We can’t wait, stay with us!