Apple's iPhone 8 and 8 Plus launch overshadowed by iPhone X

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The 'cheaper' Apple iPhone 8 will cost from £689
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The 'cheaper' Apple iPhone 8 will cost from £689

Can't afford the iPhone X? Try the 'cheaper' iPhone 8 instead...

Apple's launch last night of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus was overshadowed by the £999 tenth anniversary iPhone X. But the two devices will be very different from their predecessors. The two smartphones...

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