In September 2017, the iPhone 8 (alongside the larger iPhone 8 Plus and the much-anticipated iPhone X) was launched upon the eager public. On the surface, the iPhone 8 looked very similar to its predecessor, the iPhone 7, apart from having a glass back rather than an all-metal construction. In fact, all three new iPhones had similarly enhanced internal features, including improved cameras, faster processors and the ability to be charged by induction (hence the glass back). Retaining a similar Retina HD display to the iPhone 7, the iPhone 8 display now incorporated True Tone technology – this technology makes automatic adjustments to the screen brightness, depending on the surrounding ambient light.
The iPhone 8 was fitted with the Apple A11 Bionic chipset, a processor that was claimed to be less power-hungry but considerably faster (up to 70%), and a graphics processing segment that was said to be up to 30% faster than the iPhone 7. Despite having similar design features to the iPhone 7, the iPhone 8 was praised for the convenience of induction charging, users appreciated the improved operating speeds, and the glass back was said to have improved the handling of the device, making it less slippery to hold than all-metal constructed iPhones.
As iPhones continue to gain extra features, technological ability and faster operation, the one thing that doesn’t really change is how vulnerable they can be to damage. The glass back on the iPhone 8 looks smooth, makes it easier to hold, and allows induction charging, but it is still glass, and therefore it can get cracked, scratched or broken. If you’ve dropped your phone or it has ceased to function properly for whatever reason, put it into expert hands as quickly as you can. Our iTechnicians are familiar with all models of iPhone, and the problems that can be encountered during day to day use, and they have experience of repairing practically anything that could go wrong. Call out one of our iTechs to your home or office for an on-demand repair, or drop in to see them in-store, and you can be confident you will be dealing with an iPhone 8 repair expert. Try us today – quotes are free and most repairs are completed same day.
iPhone 8 repair costs vary and are constantly changing. We will keep updating this page so you can get an idea on what you should be paying for repairs in your area.
|06/11/2019||iPhone 8||Phone Inspector||Chatham||Screen repair (LCD & Glass)||£70.00|
|13/11/2019||iPhone 8||Square Repair||Aldgate||Power button repair||£50.00|