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Top 4 Critical Mobile Testing for iPhone 8 Plus

Today, I wrote a blog about how the shorter version of the iPhone 8 managed speed, durability, drop and water tests. Those tests released that the smaller version of the iPhone 8 is totally powerful and flexible. Apple announced the larger-display iPhone 8 -- known as well iPhone 8 Plus -- and released it ten days later as well.

The iPhone 8 Plus looks similar to the iPhone 7 Plus antecedent. However, Apple finally to use a tough glass shell entire the iPhone 8 plus that is held in place with an aerospace-grade aluminum frame. The last time that Apple all surfaced the front and back with glass was back in 2011. Part of the reason why Apple moved back to glass was to polish wireless charging. And the iPhone 8 is rated IP67 so it is splash-, water- and dust-resistant.

As a follow-up to the speed, durability, drop and water tests on the smaller-sized Apple iPhone 8, here are the iPhone 8 Plus outputs:

Speed Tests

iPhone 8 Plus vs. Galaxy Note 8

Speed test of the iPhone 8 plus verus the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 phablet. In this video, the iPhone 8 Plus is running on iOS 11.0 and the Galaxy Note 8 is running Android 7.1.1.

Spokesperson told the speed test by running the stopwatches on both devices followed by opening the same apps on both devices back to back. The apps that were opened on the gadgets were: Camera, Photos, Calendar, Settings, Facebook, Snapchat, Adobe Photoshop Mix, Lapse It, Subway Surfers Singapore, and Flip Diving, Fit the Fat 2, Bullet Force, Spotify, ESPN, Netflix and Amazon.

The iPhone 8 Plus showed to powerful work the starting, but the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 begin to catch up regarding the end. It was a photo surface as the iPhone 8 plus won at 1 minute and 27 seconds followed by the Note 8 at 1 minute and 30 seconds.

Authorize guy to set up further test where he went back to the Home screen of both devices and opened the similar apps again in descending order. In that test, the Galaxy Note 8 race won in 2 minutes and 1 second followed by the iPhone 8 plus at 2 minutes and 7 seconds.

It is not amazing that the Galaxy Note 8 won the second test as it packs powerful hardware such as a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 octa-core chip and 6GB RAM. Plus the iOS 11 OS that carried with the iPhone 8 Plus out of the box definitely wanted some task to fix up a number bugs. And the animation settings on both gadgets could make a variations as well.

iPhone 8 Plus vs. iPhone 7 Plus

A speed test of the iPhone 8 plus compared the iPhone 7 plus, both running iOS 11.0. In a bootup test, the iPhone 8 Plus stacked up quicker. The Safari, Maps, Camera, Infinity Blade 3, Real Racing 3, Super Mario Run and YouTube apps opened up in about the same amount of time on both hardware’s. The iPhone 8 Plus fixed up the Weather, App Store, Asphalt 8 and Apple Store apps lightly quicker. And the iPhone 7 Plus opened the Twitter app faster.

Durability Tests

Hammer and Knife Scratch Test
Hard performed a hammer and knife scratch test on the iPhone 8 Plus. After tapping the iPhone 8 plus a sometimes with an edged knife, it did not cause any scratches. This does not exactly seem like a real-world test, but it was able to rake the paint off simply and broken the back of the iPhone 8 plus by sticking it multiple times with the knife. That is the same result saw with the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy Note 8.

After releasing a hammer on the iPhone 8 plus in free fall a sometimes, the front screen did not split. But the iPhone 8 Plus display break after hammering it with some power. Even after striking the iPhone 8 plus with the hammer just a couple of times, it was still functional... Until it was knocked a few more times.

It’s worth raising that a scratch test on the smaller-sized iPhone 8 depend on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness. On a scale of 2-9, the iPhone 8 scratched at a level 6 with a deeper trough at a level 7. Since the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8 uses the same glass material, I am supposing that the iPhone 8 Plus would get the same score.

Bend Test

Four bend tests on the iPhone 8 plus to see if it can withstand different levels of step or process. And it remained all 4 of the bend pressure tests, creating it very durable even in skinny jeans. It surely appears that the “bendgate” situation has been resolved.

Drop Tests

The drop tests were mainly gripping since Apple wrapped glass around the front and back of the iPhone 8 plus using a dynamic blend of stuff in collaboration with Corning, the manufacturer of the likely Gorilla Glass equipment’s. The glass material used in the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X is supposed to be stronger than Gorilla Glass 5.

Spokesperson also did a release test featuring the iPhone 8 Plus touching the iPhone 7 Plus. In the back drop test on solid, the iPhone 7 Plus just gathered a small ding on the back and the iPhone 8 Plus exploded. After the corner drop test, the iPhone 7 plus reached a hairline broken and got clang up and the iPhone 8 Plus got dinged up a little bit more. And on the front drop, the iPhone 7 Plus display shattered faintly more than the iPhone 8 Plus.

EverythingApplePro differentiate the iPhone 8 Plus oppose the iPhone 7 Plus as well. In the back drop test, the iPhone 7 Plus fractured on the front somehow and the iPhone 8 Plus did not break. When together handsets were dropped on the part, the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 8 Plus both collected slight grazes. In the waist height front drop test, both handsets did not crack.

Delightful, the iPhone 7 Plus did not crack again after being dropped from head height after another back drop test whereas the back of the iPhone 8 Plus smashed. The side drop test at head height finally dented the iPhone 7 Plus and shattered the iPhone 8 Plus to the point where you can “see the contents.” In the front drop test at head height, the iPhone 7 Plus became effectively passive and the iPhone 8 did not shatter at all. However, it was resolute that the framework is not as durable on the iPhone 8 since it caved inwards after another drop at 10 feet even though the glass on the front was stronger than the predecessor.

Drop test of the iPhone 8 plus against the Galaxy Note 8. Both handsets broken on the back drop. On the corner drop, both devices also had rub spot on the aluminum bands. After the face drop, the iPhone 8 Plus had a much larger crack than the Note 8. When the Note 8 was dropped straight on a steel floor ten times, it was still functional besides for the camera. But the iPhone 8 Plus stopped going after eight drops.

Water Test

Water tested out the iPhone 8 plus in a pool to watch how it would manage a water test. Water dropped it in the slightly end of her pool without a challenge, but she pointed out that the multi-touch functionality does not performance underwater. Then she dropped it in five feet of water and it still performed. And after dunking the phone some more deeper times in the water and recording a video, her iPhone 8 Plus was still functional. This test verify that you should be able to use your iPhone 8 plus in a swimming pool no any issue even after dunking it multiple times.

What are some of the other iPhone 8 Plus Features?

The iPhone 8 Plus has 64GB and 256GB storage capacity alternative and it is available in three different colors: gold, silver and space gray. The iPhone 8 Plus also has a 5.5-inch display LCD and a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution (401 ppi). And the Retina HD screen on the iPhone 8 plus offers 3D Touch and has a True Tone display. Inside of the iPhone 8 Plus is an amazing A11 Bionic chip with 64-bit architecture, an embedded M11 motion coprocessor and a neural engine.

Another from the different size, what determines the iPhone 8 plus from the iPhone 8 is the camera. The iPhone 8 Plus has a 12 MP wide-angle and a telephoto camera. The huge corner camera resolution has an f/1.8 aperture and the telephoto camera has an f/2.8 aperture. The iPhone 8 Plus camera has an optical zoom and a digital zoom up to 10x whereas the not bigger-sized iPhone 8 has a digital zoom up to 5x. With a more professionalism camera shoot, the iPhone 8 Plus corners with the new study mode and Portrait Lighting marks. The iPhone 8 Plus camera also has visual image stabilization, quad-LED True Tone flash with Slow Sync, Panorama (up to 63-megapixel), a sapphire crystal lens cover, autofocus, Live Photos with stabilization, body and face capture, auto HDR, burst mode, timer mode, photo geotagging, 4K video recording (24 fps, 30 fps or 60 fps). The Face Time HD Camera in the iPhone 8 Plus is 7 MP with a f/2.2 aperture and provides 1080p HD video recording, Retina Flash, Auto HDR, body and face detection and image stabilization.

More feature that determines the iPhone 8 plus from the iPhone 8 is the battery size. The iPhone 8 Plus has a 2691 mAh lithium-ion battery differentiate to the 1821 mAh lithium-ion battery in the iPhone 8. The battery in the iPhone 8 Plus lasts about the same total of time in the iPhone 7 Plus at up to 21 hours based on wireless talk time, up to 13 hours based on Internet use, up to 14 hours based on wireless video playback, up to 40 hours based on wireless audio playback and it can fast charge up to 50% in 30 minutes. Plus the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X support the Qi standard wireless charging standard.

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