What colors iPhone 8 are there and which one is better to choose?
The purchase of an iPhone is rarely a random event. Before making an expensive purchase, you should decide on the model, the amount of built-in memory, and the color of the smartphone. iPhone 7 and 7+ get an expanded range of shades: gold, silver, black onyx, red, gold, rose gold and matte black. For the iPhone 8, the body colors are a little poorer, in September the company presented options: “Space Gray”, “Silver” and “Gold”. In April 2018, iPhone RED appeared in an additional series.
In iPhone 8 colors were not chosen by chance. Modern smartphones do not differ in variety – the screen and one button. Therefore Apple emphasizes device personalization. From the first years of operation, the company tried to move away from the usual vision of smartphones only in black or white. Shades were selected by a special team of designers, as a result, exclusive tones for “apple” gadgets.
Pink and black
The developers considered the change in the case material to be a sufficient innovation in terms of design and decided to limit the lineup to three colors. The iPhone 8 pink, like the black one, is not presented in the 2018 models. The meager selection of shades is compensated by the updated rear panel. Now it is not made of an alloy of metal, but of tempered glass. The smooth, glossy surface looks expensive in any color.
For iPhone 8, body colors with photos on the network appeared in early September 2017 and immediately became the hit of the season. Apple abandoned the usual black case, so a smartphone in dark colors is possible only in the Space Gray version.
Such a screen is effective when watching video, the display merges with black frames, creating the feeling of a solid screen. The color came out a little lighter than last year's matte black, but it does not lose its charm.
In the iPhone 8 plus, colors with the Silver prefix are considered a universal solution. Firstly, they are suitable for men, women, people of different social status, income and place of work. Secondly, the silver body is the least susceptible to scratches and fingerprints.