With 4.7- and 5.5-inch screens, Apple's newest iPhones promise faster performance while using less power. The sleek new design has glass on the front and back and is supposedly more durable.
The phones have an A11 Bionic chip for better processing speed while using less power.
They also support Qi charging, so you won't need to plug them in to get a boost.
Like last year's iPhone 7, the iPhone 8's 12-megapixel camera has optical image stabilization
The iPhone 8 Plus has two 12-megapixel cameras and can shoot Portrait Mode shots. There are also additional tools Apple added to tweak lighting.
In all, though, the 8 and 8 Plus offer a similar experience to previous iPhones.
The phones are rated IP67 for dust- and water-resistance.
The iPhone 8 promises 14 hours of talk time; 12 hours of internet use; 13 hours of video playback and 40 hours of audio playback.
Apple's also promising the speakers will be 20 percent louder.
Unfortunately, the new iPhones still don't have a headphone jack.
The phones runs iOS11, which includes animated emojis, a slightly refreshed interface and AR capabilities.
The iPhone 8 Plus promises more battery life, with 21 hours of talk time; 13 hours of internet use; 14 hours of video playback and 60 hours of audio playback.
The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are up for preorder on Friday, September 15 and start at $699 and $799, respectively. They'll be available on September 22.