This year’s Apple iPhone event was marked by a very special appearance — the iPhone X. For the first time ever, Apple introduced a total of three handsets — the familiar-looking iPhone 8 and 8 Plus combo and the futuristic, nearly all-screen iPhone X.
By now, you are probably well aware that the latter has a starting price set at $999. On one hand — that’s quite costly. On the other — the phone certainly has enough of an allure factor to make you want to shell out.
So, is there any reason to go for the “regular” iPhone 8, other than it being a full $300 cheaper …