Apple introduced the Phone 8 (A1683, A1905) and 8 Plus (A1864, A1897) in September of 2017. The Apple iPhone 8 is the last (?) iPhone released with a home button. This is the first iPhone to adopt the Qi wireless charging standard and to come with a glass back.
The iPhone 8 comes with a 4.7 Retina HD Display with 3D touch. This is an LED-backlit display with 1334 x 750 pixel resolution at 326 ppi. The iPhone 8 Plus ships with a slightly larger 5.5 Retina HD Display with 3D touch displaying 1920x1080 pixel resolution at 401 ppi.
All iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus screens have True Tone display. This feature requires configuration data from your original screen copied to your replacement screen with special equipment to work correctly.
If you have damaged your iPhone 8 screen, iPlayPower can repair your damaged iPhone 8 with same-day screen repair service within an hour.
Lightning Charging Port Repair
If you are having problems charging your iPhone 8, check your iPhone charging using a new Apple EFI-certified cable and charger. Most iPhone charging problems are due to bad cables. If the cable goes ALL the way into your lightning port (you should hear a click), then you may need a Lightning Charging Port replacement. If not, a good cleaning may be enough. Please don’t try this at home, you need special tools to do this properly. If you do, there is a good chance you will need to set up a Lightning Port repair appointment.
Special notice for iPhone 8 owners seeking Home Button repair services:
The iPhone 8 has Touch ID security within the home button. The home button ribbon cable is exclusive to each device, and if replaced, will not provide Touch ID functionality. Replacement of the home button on the iPhone 8 will remove Touch ID functionality but will provide home button functionality.
iPlayPower will not be held responsible for iPhone 8 devices with torn or damaged Home Button security ribbons.
Make sure your iPhone 8 shows up when connected to iTunes or you may have other issues.
Since your checking your Data / Charging port, consider backing up your iPhone in iTunes before bringing it in. Better safe than sorry.