Apple’s Revolutionary iPhone X Debuts with Landmark Features

September 14, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

At its first event at the 1000-seater Steve Jobs Theater near its new spaceship campus, Apple has celebrated the tenth anniversary of its first ever iPhone by launching three new devices as expected; the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and most importantly, the iPhone X.

iPhone X was the device in particular that reflected the tenth anniversary of the original device. For Apple, it’s a new beginning. With all those first-time attempts by the company including edge-to-edge display and facial recognition technology, Apple has sure brought around a revolutionary iPhone, and its now up to the users to give the final judgement.

For all those who have been acquaint with recent rumors, the looks of iPhone X shouldn’t come surprising. It features the same edge-to-edge display that was rumored before, with inward invasion of the bezels to accommodate not just front camera, but also some additional sensors.

That includes a 3D Face Recognition sensor that’s touted as the next big thing for the iPhones ahead. It certainly is, for it ditches the Touch ID completely from iPhone X. Instead, users can unlock the device with 3D facial scanning, which can be triggered by simp0ly swiping up the screen when locked. You might wonder how it might be of use in dark rooms, but Apple has smartly included flood illuminator along with the infrared camera to get it right.

Along with these sensors, Apple has also upgraded the front-camera, which in the coming days could prove to be more useful than the rear cameras in iPhone X. That’s because the iPhone X features a new 7MP sensor that can add the Portrait effect directly to your selfies. Additionally, Apple is also introducing Animojis, short of animated emojis, which will capture your live expressions and get them converted to animated emojis.

As with the new display, the iPhone X features a 5.8-inch OLED Super Retina Display with 2436x1125p resolution. The A11 Bionic processor is what forms the heart of the device, and it will be flared up by neural engine prowess. Apple is also upping the RAM to 3GB for the new device. With a staggering price of $999 for the 64GB version ($1,149 for the 256GB version), the iPhone X will go on sale from November 3, for which the pre-orders will commence ten days before the sale.

Alongside, Apple has also revealed the upgraded versions of its regular iPhones, which are the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. Both the device features minimal design change and also packs the same respective displays as with the previous versions. It however gets an upgrade by rocking the A11 Bionic processor, but sans the neural engine. The pre-orders for the device will commence on September 15, with the devices going on sale exactly a week later.

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