Regardless of its age, the Silver iPhone 8 256 GB is still a great mobile phone that can handle any app on the Apple App Store. So whether you really want to do some mobile gaming or be the most popular kid in school, this used iPhone should suit you just fine, despite its age.
This Cricket iPhone 8 Silver was first uncovered on 22 September 2017 and has a premium glass/aluminum body. It's 5.45" tall, and 2.65" wide with a depth of 0.29" and a weight of 5.22 ounces. The Silver iPhone 8 256 GB is a smartphone that still looks and feels modern, has a good camera and battery life, and will definitely feel great during normal use.
The 256 GB of storage space on your Silver iPhone 8 will be used to store photos, videos, and tunes right on your device. And keep in mind, if you're the kind of person that usually downloads a bunch of digital media, you're probably going to want to buy a phone with a minimum of 128GB of storage space.
This Silver iPhone 8 256 GB comes equipped with the Apple A11 processor, which gives the smartphone substantial power to take on any app that you may want to run. Its 2 GB of RAM will enable you to comfortably run a few apps at the same time without stalling the device.
The Cricket iPhone 8 features an LCD screen that measures 4.7 inches diagonally with a 1334x750 pixel 326 ppi resolution that makes pixels indistinguishable from almost any viewing distance. Apple labels this a "Retina" display, which is the same great screen tech that Apple launched in the iPhone 4, gradually fine-tuned over the years.
With a 12MP main camera, you can also trust the Cricket iPhone 8 to give you terrific photos with true-to-life colors due to Apple's color science. If you want an iPhone that has a second rear-facing camera lens for wide-angle shots, you may need to look elsewhere, the Silver iPhone 8 Cricket does not have this feature.
The Cricket iPhone 8 utilizes Touch ID, which scans your fingerprint to unlock the device. Yes, Face ID is considered to be a newer development, however that doesn't mean that it's better or more safe, and it's definitely a matter of taste whether you favor Touch ID or Face ID.
Thanks to 13 hours of battery life, the Cricket iPhone 8 should have the ability to last you all day without needing to recharge--unless of course you're an exceptionally heavy user that devotes a good deal of time navigating the web, watching video, or listening to music. In this case you may need to charge before your day is done.