Say hello to the new iPhone X (that’s ten, not ex), Apple’s most high-spec iPhone to date. It comes with either 64GB or 256GB storage and Apple has given the iPhone X a major makeover, say goodbye to the Home button at the bottom of the device, favouring the use of facial recognition technology, also called FaceID for unlocking the phone rather that its TouchID fingerprint system.
The iPhone X has lost its bezel, similar to the Samsung’s recent Galaxy and Note handsets. It now has a 5.8-inch OLED screen (boasting 2.7 million pixels). Apple has removed the metallic back and replaced it with a glass covering which in our opinion makes the phone look much sleeker.
Other features include wireless charging (yes, we know many Android devices have had this ability for years but we know Apple are a little slow in introducing new features that come into the market). To help with its AR push, the iPhone X’s camera has been upgraded. It has 3D-sensing that can recognise individual faces and unlock the device. To do this there’s a 7MP camera on the front of the phone and a 12MP dual camera on the back.
The price? It’ll start from a cool £999.
The iPhone X isn’t the only new iPhone Apple has announced, there will also be an iPhone 8, like the current crop of Apple devices, there will be two sizes: 4.7inch (iPhone 8) and 5.5inch (iPhone 8 Plus) Both will have wireless charging, the same A11 SOC as the X, and glass casing on the front and back. Similar to other iPhones, there will be 2GB of RAM, iOS 11, the Home button and TouchID. It may not sound much different to the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus handsets but the new iOS processor will be much faster and much more powerful. The price for the iPhone 8 starts from £699 and the plus-size from £799
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