The great Apple event hosted by Tim Cook in Steve Jobs’s dedicated room has just come to an end, and that means we have all the information we need to get you broadly announced new on-site terminals. We will begin with the anniversary model, the 10th anniversary of the first iPhone launch, which features some fascinating items. The phone is called Apple iPhone X and brings everything new to technology from an edge- to-edge technology, wireless charging technology, and a state-of-the-art, easy-to-use authentication system. Here is our article on the Apple iPhone X First Impressions.
Apple iPhone X First Impressions
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Apple iPhone X First Impressions – Design
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One of the biggest that will attract appreciations on the one hand and critics on the other is the design, this being a bit strange at first glance, even odder than the cyclo camera found on Essential Phone. We are saying this precisely because of the edge-to-edge front panel where Apple decided to keep a whole area at the top for integrating the sensors, the selfie camera, and the earpiece. The result is not spectacular, at least not the first official images of which we see right here. Maybe, in reality, the look is a bit more special, and maybe we get used to that cut-out at the top. The construction is, of course, unibody type with steel frame and glass back. The phone comes only in silver and black.back to menu ↑
Apple iPhone X First Impressions – Display
The display of Apple iPhone X is, of course, the screen, a super-slim 5.8-inch 18: 9 aspect unit and the first for Apple with OLED image technology. It stretches over 80% of the surface of the front panel, and that means we say goodbye to the physical home button and the classic fingerprint scanner. 2.5D curved glass covers the screen to the edges, and theoretically, it should be a scratch-resistant layer.back to menu ↑
Apple iPhone X First Impressions – Software and Hardware
We do not have many details revealed at the official level, but retailer listings have shown that it’s about 3 GB RAM and a new generation of 6-core Apple A11 Bionic processor. Storage is 64, or 256 GB and as expected no microSD slot here. Because mobile gaming is an increasingly popular activity, Apple has brought on this smartphone a 30% more proprietary graphics solution than the one on the Apple A10.back to menu ↑
Apple iPhone X First Impressions – Camera
Photo camera Since the first leak material was known that the iPhone X would arrive with a dual-sided camera placed vertically, a way that Apple promises a more immersive photo and video capture experience. The rooms are fixed as we keep the phone in landscape format, so the decision is understandable. As a technical data, this dual module is made up of two 12 megapixel sensors that work together to offer 2x optical zoom and to obtain the bokeh effect in the current Portrait Mode.
The primary sensor provides a f/1.8 aperture and the secondary one f / 2.4 – both of which have an optical image stabilization system. The camera now shoots 4K at 60 fps, but also in 1080p slow-motion at 240 frames per second. The selfie sensor remains a 7-megapixel camera that only shoots Full HD.back to menu ↑
Apple iPhone X First Impressions – Security
As for the Security, Apple is giving up this handset entirely to the fingerprint scanner for a biometric authentication solution based on facial scanning – technology that had a presentation of duration on stage. We promise an ultra-fast unlocking, and we will be able to use our face for both App Store / iTunes purchases or making payments. The chances for someone else to unlock the phone in this way are 1,000,000 to 1, and Apple promises increased security!back to menu ↑
Apple iPhone X First Impressions – Price and Availability
As official statements, the Apple iPhone X will be available on October 27 in the US and other key markets at a recommended price $ 999 for the 64GB model and $ 1149 for the 256GB version, scheduled to begin delivering on November 3rd. We find that at European level, prices will start at 999 pounds in the UK, from 1150 euros in Germany!