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[* black] From the front, we have...anhave... an iPhone. Except for the new color, the 8 Plus looks about the same as a [guide|48171|6 Plus|stepid=107890|new_window=true] from 2014.
[* black] Flip it over and one new feature really ''shines.'' That shiny glass back serves two new purposes: wireless charging and doubled crackability—the likes of which iPhones haven't seen since the 4s[guide|7110|4s|new_window=true].
[* black] And Samsung's phones adopted the glass sandwich design with the S6[guide|39174|S6].
[* red] In a great victory for Apple Chief Design Officers everywhere, the model number has been erased from the back panel. Fumbling for our box, we see that the 8 Plus is A1864 (an iPhone 8 [guide|97481|plus oneone|stepid=178958|new_window=true]).
[* black] From the front, we have...anhave... an iPhone. Except for the new color, the 8 Plus looks about the same as a [guide|48171|6 Plus|stepid=107890|new_window=true] from 2014.
[* black] Flip it over and one new feature really ''shines.'' That shiny glass back serves two new purposes: wireless charging and doubled crackability—the likes of which iPhones haven't seen since the 4s[guide|7110|4s|new_window=true].
[* black] And Samsung's phones adopted the glass sandwich design with the S6[guide|39174|S6].
[* red] In a great victory for Apple Chief Design Officers everywhere, the model number has been erased from the back panel. Fumbling for our box, we see that the 8 Plus is A1864 (an iPhone 8 [guide|97481|plus oneone|stepid=178958|new_window=true]).