If you like iPhones, Apple’s iPhone 8 is a perfectly good phone. It adds new features like TrueTone, an updated camera (particularly on the iPhone 8 Plus), a hexa-core CPU built on a 10nm process, wireless charging, and the ability to shoot 4K video at 60fps (the iPhone 7 only supported 30fps). That’s a nice set of improvements, even if it’s not the meteoric leaps we saw 4-5 years ago, when smartphone technology was advancing much more quickly. But if early lines and sales are any indication, the iPhone 8 isn’t what the public wants.
Source: The iPhone 8 Debuts to Weak Demand, Uncertain Interest – ExtremeTech