Ask This When Buying a New iPhone 8

The iPhone 8 is the latest in the line of state of the art mobile devices offered by Apple. While the upgrades are relatively minor for those who already have an iPhone 7, customers who have an iPhone 6 or older will appreciate the improvements. The new body design allows for wireless charging of the new iPhone, and the camera upgrades provides sharper images and more innovative videography than ever before. The price for this new mobile device is high, but there are many carriers who are offering special deals on the new iPhone 8. Ask the following questions to find out more about the iPhone 8 and if it is the right mobile device for your needs.

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Does Apple make a wireless charging pad?

While Apple doesn’t make a wireless charger yet, the iPhone 8 can be charged with any pad using the Qi standard.

Which companies offer trade-in deals?

Popular companies are offering a range of trade-in deals that result in discounts for the iPhone 8. AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint are some of the companies that are offering incentives for purchasing an iPhone 8 with cell phone plans.

What's new with the iPhone 8?

The new iPhone 8 has a glass back to allow for wireless charging, more storage, and upgrades to the speakers, screen, and camera.

How much storage does the new iPhone 8 have?

The new iPhone 8 has 64 GB of storage.

How much does a new iPhone 8 cost?

The iPhone 8 ranges between $699 and $899.

Can I trade in my old phone for a new iPhone 8?

Cellular providers are offering a range of deals for those who want to trade in their old phones for a new iPhone 8. 

What older phones can be traded for a new iPhone 8?

Generally, relatively new cell phones can be traded in for a new iPhone 8, including the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8+, or Samsung Galaxy Note8. Eligible phones can also include iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, or iPhone 6 Plus. Often, these older phones must be paid off in order for the deal to work.

Is it faster to charge the iPhone 8 wirelessly?

While charging on a wireless charging pad is slower than if the phone is plugged into the wall, it's more convenient because simply setting the phone down on the pad requires no extra effort.

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