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Sunday, 17 September 2017

Why they call it iPhone 8 when they mean iPhone 7s

It has been almost a week since the Apple keynote and now, with fresh ideas and quiet emotion can be said openly: I probably buy the iPhone X but the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus are not so bad. No, I have not been confused: however much Apple insists on calling them iPhone 8 , do not deserve such a denomination .

So far Apple had followed a clear pattern that had worked well: launched its iPhone and a year later, featured the S version. An improved version of the previous but retaining its design . You can review the entire Apple decade and you will see the same with the iPhone 3G, iPhone 4, iPhone 5, iPhone 6 and only in the iPhone 7 decided to keep the design in a clear sample of lack of creativity and conformism. Correction, the jack connection was removed.

So what this year was about the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus, a terminal with identical design to that of its predecessors, but better chip and some secondary improvement . Take a look at the iPhone 8: it has the A11 processor instead of the A10, a larger, faster sensor in the camera and TrueTone. In addition, the battery is even smaller .

Yes, perhaps the only differential feature with regard to other S versions is that it has fast and wireless charging , which has caused the casing to be steel and glass and a little larger to integrate the mechanisms. But if to charge the iPhone 8 you have to buy the charger separately and spend almost 100 euros! In essence, it's an iPhone 7s set as they stand.

So why this leap in naming? What about the iPhone 7s? It's an unknown. By marketing? We have it clear: to know if a model is S or not, we will follow this rule page: if you have an iPhone model, it is not worth investing in the model immediately following. Come on, if you have an iPhone 7, you're not going to switch to an iPhone 8 . 

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