Although the appearance of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus may not be much different from the outside, the inside has changed a lot. All three new iPhone models-well, we promise not to remind the iPhone X that it is powered by Apple’s new A11 bionic chip. In our review of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, we noticed how Apple established its leading position in the mobile SoC field, and how the two phones were ahead of their competitors in terms of raw performance when released. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus continue this tradition and take it up a notch in some ways.
The Apple A10 Fusion inside the previous generation iPhone models is a quad-core chip with two high-performance cores and two energy-saving cores, but only one pair can be activated at a time. On the other hand, the A11 bionic chip has six cores-four efficient cores are 70% faster than the A10 chip and two high-performance cores are 25% faster-becoming Apple’s first six-core chip. What’s more, the A11 can run all six at the same time.
iPhone data recovery software enables you to recover various file types such as contacts, text messages, videos, photos and more. In addition to recovering lost data directly from iPhone 8, the program also allows scanning and extracting data deleted from iTunes and iCloud backup files. If you want to restore iPhone 8 photos, you can scan and restore them directly from iPhone 8, or you can choose to extract and restore them from backup files. Before recovering them, you can preview them and select the data you want to return.