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Apple iPhone X
Apple has unveiled its new iPhone X , an super elegant smartphone with some great features. Powered by an A11 Bionic chip. It has a six-core CPU design which Apple claims is the smartest and most powerful ever seen in a smartphone. Great features also has a good price too. This smartphone is costing $999 for the 64GB version and $1,149 for the 256GB model. The iPhone X pre-orders will begin on 27 October, with shipping to begin 3 November.
Why it’s called iPhone X? Actually, The it is pronounced iPhone 10 (with the X representing the Roman Numeral for 10). That’s because 2017 is 10 years after the very first iPhone launched at Macworld Expo in 2007. So this is a sort of special, celebratory anniversary iPhone.
– 5.8in Super Retina (2436×1125) OLED edge-to-edge display
– New ‘all-glass’ design with IP67 certification
– 143.6×70.9×7.7 mm, 179g
– Wireless charging support
– Apple A11 chip with Apple-designed GPU
– Face ID
– iOS 11 with improved Siri, P2P payments
– Vertical 12MP dual cameras with OIS, 7MP front-facing camera
– Support for LTE speeds up to 450Mbps
– Wireless charging/fast charging support
– Battery life quoted at 21 hours of talk time
– 64GB/256GB storage
What’s New in iPhone X?
As you can see, the new iPhone X is a special edition with no home-button on its screen in order to make an edge-to-edge display. iOS 11 has been redesigned to replace to Home button’s functions. You’ll now raise to wake the iPhone X, or tap the display. And to go back to the Home screen, you just swipe up from the bottom. Swiping up and pausing before letting go will open the multitasking screen, and pressing and holding the side button will launch Siri.
The other new feature isn Face ID, now you can unlock the phone with the new Face ID feature. With Face ID feature, it means that there’s no Touch ID fingerprint sensor. Apple says that Face ID is much easier and safer, with a one in a million chance of someone being able to access your phone, rather than one in 50,000 for the Touch ID. Everything that Touch ID did, now done by Face ID, including Apple Pay and access to secure apps.
A fun touch are new Animoji, which let you make emoji come to life with your own expressions. You’ll then be able to send Animoji you create to your friends and family via iMessage.
For the last, iPhone X can charge wirelessly, and Apple has made a new charging mat which has room for the Apple Watch Series 3 and your AirPods, too.
Let’s check The Features video below:
On the rear of the iPhone X is a dual-lens set-up, with both lenses 12Mp and both offer optical image stabilisation. One has an aperture of f/1.8, and the other f/2.4. It’s paired with a new quad LED True Tone Flash with Slow Sync, which is designed to offer a more natural light.
On the front of the phone is the 7Mp TrueDepth camera that Apple has developed for Face ID but will also help capture great selfies. The TrueDepth camera made up of a dot projector, infrared camera and flood illuminator for advanced face mapping.
And you’ll now be able to use Portrait mode on both the front and rear cameras of the iPhone X. Previously limited to the iPhone 7 Plus (and now iPhone 8 Plus), and only the rear camera, Portrait mode will now be possible even when using the front-facing camera. There’s a new Portrait Lighting feature, too, that offers five different lighting styles to improve your portraits further.
Apple claims that the new camera in the iPhone X is capable of capturing the highest quality video ever from a smartphone. It has improved video stablisation, offers 4K up to 60fps and there’s 1080p slo-mo up to 240fps. The iPhone X’s cameras designed for AR, with new gyroscopes and accelerometers for motion tracking.
Having an interest to buy this new smartphone? If you want to pre-order The iPhone X , you can check it from Apple here.
For the detail, you can check it at Apple iPhone X‘s Website. Instead iPhone X, Apple has also announced the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus too. So, what will you choose? The iPhone X or iPhone 8 and 8 Plus? It’s all in your hands.
Let’s see the Official iPhone X introductions :
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