The new Apple iPhone 8 or 8 Plus are the latest additions to Apple’s lineup of flagship iPhones.
But as much as we want them to be different, it doesn’t mean they are, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Here’s a look at what we think is different between the two models.
Apple’s new iPhones are the only new iPhones in the iPhone family with a dual-camera setup, and they have the most new features: dual rear cameras, a 4.7-inch display with the latest Quad HD resolution, and the most powerful processor and graphics in the market.
The dual-lens camera setup has been a big deal for some people who have been waiting for a better smartphone camera, but with the X-Series, Apple is finally giving them a camera option that makes them feel like they have a real camera, rather than just a smartphone camera with a lot of flash.
The X-Pro1, the flagship model, is built around the same specs as the iPhone 8, but the X Pro1 has a bigger screen and faster processor, which means it is the only iPhone that has an all-new sensor.
In fact, the only other iPhone to feature a dual rear camera setup is the iPhone X, which features an 8MP rear camera with an f/1.7 aperture and a 12MP front-facing camera.
The iPhone 8 also features a 5.5mm headphone jack, a new front-mounted fingerprint scanner, and an improved front-camera sensor, with both cameras having a wider aperture, which should help reduce the camera shake on shaky hands.
Apple also tweaked the display, with the new iPhone 8 Plus being a 5-inch, 577ppi OLED screen that is slightly wider than the iPhone 7 Plus.
The new iPhone features a larger battery, so it is slightly lighter, and is the first iPhone to have an Apple Pay integration.
The front- and back-facing cameras on the new iPhones have been tweaked to take advantage of the new 5MP sensors, and both cameras have a larger aperture.
Apple has also added a new dual-LED flash, which uses more light to illuminate objects, making it easier to see in dimly lit environments.
The back-camera on the iPhone is also improved with a new LED flash, and while it does look more similar to the iPhone 6s’ LED flash than the 6s Plus’ single LED flash used in the 8 Plus, the iPhone’s rear-facing flash can also be used for selfies, so you can actually see what is happening.
The camera on the Xs is a new addition, and it has a higher resolution, larger sensor, and a faster processor.
It is a better camera for selfies and low-light situations, but it is also slower and more limited in terms of features, including the ability to shoot HDR (High Dynamic Range) video, so we would advise against using it for this purpose.
The rear- and front-firing speakers on the 9 Plus and 9 are also more integrated with the camera than the X, and we would recommend using them for video calls and music playback instead.
There is a small fingerprint scanner on the rear-fringing speaker on the side of the phone, and you can unlock it using your fingerprint or an unlock bar on the back.
There is also a headphone jack on the front of the iPhone, and for the first time in a new iPhone, Apple also introduced a 3.5 mm jack.
The iPhone 9 Plus is the most advanced iPhone yet with an 8-inch IPS display with a resolution of 4K, and Apple has added a 3,100mAh battery.
The battery capacity is the same as the Apple Watch Series 3.
The 5.1-inch Super Retina display is one of the biggest screens in the world, and this is the screen that Apple is bringing to the new X series.
The X Pro 1 is the largest iPhone ever to feature this screen size, with a 5,800×4,880 pixel display.
There are also improvements to the rear camera system, and with the 8-megapixel sensor in the X Series, there are a lot more sensors to process.
Apple has also improved the camera performance and image quality of the X series by adding the new True Tone feature.
This new feature makes the camera more accurate and allows the sensor to be adjusted to compensate for the brightness of the light, so that the sensor will more accurately compensate for changing light levels.
In the X8, this means the camera will not focus as fast in low light, and can also focus better in low-lighting situations.
The 9 Plus has a 5MP sensor and has a larger sensor that should help in low lighting situations.
The display is also brighter, so the display will not be so bright when shooting videos.
The Apple Watch has been an interesting addition to the lineup, and although the Apple Wat