iPhone 8 and 8 Plus: Early first lookCNET's Scott Stein gets an early hands-on with Apple's new phones from the launch event.
Apple's got three new iPhones this year, and two of them are coming out September 22nd. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8+ look a lot like the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 6S but they have improvements under the hood. A lot of that has to do with cameras. Now the portrait mode has been enhanced along with better rear and front facing cameras in this. And portrait mode now has additional sensors and realistic 3D type lighting effects that you can add to photos. Where portrait mode has come out of beta, these new effects are now the beta features within portrait mode, but they'll be available at launch. There also is wireless charging. Now the iPhone 8, iPhone 8+ and the iPhone Also the wireless two standard. Now they're also going to support 128G Apple's own standard for charging multiple things at once. That's not here yet but they do show some apps that are prototypes of what that could look like. A new A 11 bionic processor is supposed to make augmented reality look even better on the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. You can see a demo of it here. A new GPU and enhanced tracking should enable the 8 and 8 Plus to be even better at AR apps. But keep in mind, the AR kits works all the way back to the iPhone 6S. The iPhone 8 / 8 Plus are gonna be available starting at $699 and $799, starting September 22. And the iPhone X is coming November 3 That's an early look at the iPhone 8 and 8+ here at Apple Park in Cupertino. [BLANK_AUDIO]