Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will arrive in India next week. The phone was launched on September 29, a week after it went on sale in the United States. The worldwide sale of the phone starts on September 22. Over the past two years the company has been organizing a midnight launch for their phones, but this time the phones will be available at 6pm in India.
E-commerce Flipkart will begin receiving pre-orders for the phone from September 22 at 12pm. The website has a dedicated page for new iPhones and you have already activated ‘Notify me’ for phones.
The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will have a starting price of 64,000 Rs and will be available in a 64GB and 256GB storage model. The 64GB version of the iPhone 8 will cost Rs 64,000 while the 256GB storage model will cost 77,000 rupees. The iPhone 8 Plus will come with an initial price of 73,000 rupees. The 256GB variant of the iPhone 8 Plus will be priced at 86,000 rupees. The new iPhone will be available in space models in gold, silver and gray.
iPhone 8 and 8 Plus come with incremental upgrades in their predecessors, namely the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus as the fast and wireless charging capability, the powerful A11 processor and do not forget an enhanced camera.
Speaking of specs, the iPhone 8 sports a 4.7-inch Retina display while the iPhone 8 Plus comes with a larger 5.5-inch screen. Both iPhones show a TrueTone screen that can change the color temperature according to the environment to reduce users’ eye fatigue. The phones have a design similar to the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, but come with a new design, all in glass and metal.
Apple says both iPhones are made of aerospace grade aluminum with a 7-layer color process. The phones work with the powerful A11 chipset that claims that Apple is the smartest processor ever seen on any smartphone. The phones are equipped with augmented reality functions.
On the optical plane, the iPhone 8 is equipped with a 12MP and 7MP rear camera, while the iPhone 8 Plus is equipped with a dual camera equipped with two 12 MP sensors with f / 1.8 and f / 2.8 apertures.