The iPhone X was launched recently and it has quite some surprises on the block for us. First and foremost, it’s not “ex” it’s “ten”. IPhone has finally decided to do away with all the buttons and it now uses the face detection method in order to unlock the screen which you can swipe to come to the home screen.
Let’s take a look at the newest, priciest and largest iPhone ever which was launched as a part of Apple’s 10th anniversary. The phone has a huge 5.8 inches screen which is a smug fit in the palms and has a pixel density of 458 ppi. The OLED screen will provide a superb display to the onlookers.
The touch id of iPhone is no longer available with iPhone X which solely depends on the face ID which is yet to be evaluated by the users.
The new iPhone X comes for $999 for the 64 GB variant and $1,149 for the 256 GB variant and can be pre-ordered from the 27th of October 2017 and the shipping will start in November of the same year.
The front camera of the phone is 7 MP in size and has portrait mode for better selfies and so does the two 12 MP rear cameras which also has portrait lighting facilities for better pictures.
The iPhone X is made completely out of glass, both in the front and the back and consists of an A11 Bionic processor. Available in Black and Space Grey, the phone is resistant to water and dust and runs on iOS 11 with remarkable updates for Siri. iPhone X also has the wireless charging facilities which will allow you to charge the phone quicker so that you can enjoy it for a longer period of time without having to wait for the charge to become full.
The dimensions and designs of the new iPhone X are to die for but currently, the extra changes are not clear cut and will require further use to completely unveil the benefits of the same.