Apple revealed its new iPhone lineup Tuesday, which includes the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

If you don’t plan on spending $1,000 for the iPhone X but might be looking at the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, there are some features that are worth pursuing an upgrade.

Here’s a comparison of the upcoming iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus against last year’s iPhone 7.

iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus Vs. iPhone 7: Chip and Battery

The iPhone 7 comes with an A10 Fusion chip and an M10 motion coprocessor. The device has a battery life up to 2 hours longer than the iPhone 6s, with up to 12 hours of internet usage on LTE. The iPhone 8 will come with Apple’s new A11 Bionic chip, which Apple Senior VP Phil Schiller called "most powerful and smartest chip ever in a smartphone.” The chip includes two performance cores that make it 25 percent faster and four efficiency cores that are 70 percent faster than the A10 Fusion. The new chip also includes a GPU for 3D apps, games and machine learning apps, as well as an embedded M11 motion coprocessor. The battery life on the iPhone 8 lasts about the same as the iPhone 7, while the iPhone 8 Plus lasts about the same as the iPhone 7 Plus.

iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus Vs. iPhone 7: Camera Features

The iPhone cameras are set to improve this time around. The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus will have the “highest quality video capture ever in a smart phone,” Schiller said Tuesday. The devices feature a video encoder that enables faster frames for better quality and compression level. The iPhone 8 cameras will also take better slow-motion footage than the iPhone 7. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will include Portrait Lighting, a new feature that brings studio lighting effects to the iPhones. The iPhone 8 Plus sports a horizontal dual-camera system, like the iPhone 7 Plus.

The iPhone 8 has a 12-megapixel back camera with f/1.8 aperture, while the iPhone 8 Plus has 12-megapixel wide-angle (ƒ/1.8 aperture) and telephoto (ƒ/2.8) cameras. The back of the iPhone 7 features a single-lens camera with 12-megapixel high-speed sensors, f/1.8 aperture.

Phone Features: Home Button, Size, Display

Apple’s iPhone 7 features a 4.7-inch touchscreen with 750x1334 screen resolution and 326 pixels density per inch. The iPhone 7, the 4.7-inch iPhone 8 and 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus come with a Retina HD Display. However, the iPhone 8 display will offer better color accuracy than previous models and a wide cinema quality color, Schiller said.

The iPhone 8 devices will feature a glass front and back with a 50 percent stronger strengthening layer, making it the “most durable glass on a smartphone ever,” Schiller said.

Wireless Charging

Unlike the iPhone 7, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will support wireless charging capabilities when using separately-sold charging pads from Belkin and mophie. The mats are available on and Apple Stores at $59.95.

Augmented Reality

Unlike the iPhone, the iPhone 8 has hardware and software integrated for augmented reality, while its cameras are also calibrated for AR.

Other Features

The iPhone 8 is 25 percent louder speaker than iPhone 7 and has a deeper bass. All three devices are waterproof.

iPhone 8 Vs. iPhone 7: Price, Storage

Apple will sell the iPhone 8 with 64GB and 256GB capacity models starting at $699, while the iPhone 8 Plus will start at $799. The devices are available for pre-order this Friday, Sept. 15 and will ship on Sept. 22. The iPhone 7 now has lower prices. The 32GB iPhone 7 is priced at $549 and the 128GB version costs $649. The iPhone 7 Plus is available at $669 for the 32GB and $769 for the $128 GB model.