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Apples launches an all-glass phone: iPhoneX (VIDEO & PHOTOS)

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Apple breathes new life into its 10th anniversary Iphone.

An all-glass iPhone X which will have a curved OLED display, ‘Face ID’ and feature wireless charging in the future.   iPhone X will have ‘true depth’ camera and have a battery that lasts for two hours longer than the iPhone 7.

Apple claims the iPhone X, which is pronounced 'iPhone 10', is worth your money and the extra wait time. This is Apple's 10th anniversary iPhone, and it's making big changes for 2017.
iPhone X price is $999 – Checkout Features Of The New iPhone X
The iPhone X wasn't the only smartphone announced by Apple CEO Tim Cook on September 12. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus were unveiled at the Steve Jobs Theater on Apple's new campus, too.

That said, the iPhone X is the flagship phone you really want. It takes Apple's ten-year-old smartphone design in a bold new direction. It also leaves behind the familiar physical home button and tried-and-true fingerprint sensor.

It's a month-and-a-half delay from what we're used to. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will ship right on time on September 22. Can you wait for the iPhone X?

iPhone X pre-orders start Friday, October 27. That's later than normal, too. All of the delays are due to its new, Samsung-made OLED screens being in short supply. Expect the iPhone X to be instantly out of stock on launch day until Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
The iPhone X price starts at $999, £999, and AU$1,579, which makes it the most expensive iPhone ever made. And that's for the iPhone X with 64GB of storage.
The 256GB iPhone X will cost $1,149, £1,149, AU$1,829. Sadly, there's no option in between, if you were hoping for a 128GB iPhone X.
It's also available in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait and Qatar, with the 64GB iPhone X costing AED/SAR 4099 while the 256GB model is AED/SAR 4729

To put the iPhone X price into perspective, it doesn't cost much more than a 4.7-inch iPhone 8, which has a one inch smaller screen and received a basic specs boost, wireless charging, and a similar glass design. In the US, the iPhone X costs an extra $300, but over the course of 24 months, it's is only an additional $3 each week.

US carriers like Verizon and AT&T are charging $42 a month for one year and allow you to upgrade to a new iPhone next year if you trade in your device. The Apple's iPhone Upgrade program starts at $49.91, but includes AppleCare+.

Regardless of how you're paying for it, the iPhone X is going to be expensive.

Screen size and quality
The most immediately noticeable difference between the iPhone X and iPhone 8 is the display. The X has a thoroughly modern-looking “edge-to-edge” screen that covers almost the entire front face of the handset, apart from a chunk at the top.
The iPhone X’s screen is much larger and sharper than both the iPhone 8’s screen and iPhone 8 Plus’ screen too. It’s a 5.8-inch, 2,436 x 1,125 display, compared to a 4.7-inch 1,334 x 750 screen (iPhone 8) and a 5.5-inch, 1,920 x 1,080) screen (iPhone 8 Plus).
However, despite having a bigger screen, the X (143.6 x 70.9 x 7.7mm) is actually smaller than the 8 Plus (158.4 x 78.1 x 7.5mm).
That’s not all. The X also uses OLED display technology, which offers much deeper blacks than LCD, which features on the 8 and 8 Plus, for a superior viewing experience. The X’s screen is also Dolby Vision and HDR compatible, while the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are not.

Face ID and Touch ID

Because of its new screen, there’s no room for a physical home button on the iPhone X. That means Touch ID has been dropped, and is instead only available on the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
The X instead features Face ID, a technology that lets you unlock your phone and authenticate iTunes purchases by looking at your phone. It didn’t work properly during the on-stage demonstration, but Apple says it’s more “natural” than Touch ID.

The iPhone 8 is the only phone from this trio to feature a single rear camera sensor. It’s a 12-megapixel lens with optical image stabilisation and an aperture of f/1.8.
The iPhone 8 Plus is a step up, combining a pair of 12-megapixel cameras laid out side-by-side. One of these is a wide-angle sensor with an f/1.8 aperture, while the other is a telephoto sensor with optical image stabilisation and an f.2.8 aperture.
The iPhone X has the most advanced camera setup of the three phones. Like the iPhone 8 Plus, it combines a pair of 12-megapixel sensors - a wide-angle sensor with an f/1.8 aperture and a telephoto sensor with optical image stabilisation and an f.2.8 aperture - but has them laid out one above the other. Both sensors also have optical image stabilisation.

One of the most divisive announcements of the Apple’s event was Animoji, animated emoji that mirror your facial expressions. Some people will find them fun, while others consider them childish and utterly moronic.
They’re only available on the iPhone X, not the iPhone 8 or 8 Plus, as they rely on the X’s new facial-scanning camera technology, which sits inside the cutout at the top of the screen.

The iPhone X is only available in two colour options: silver and space grey. There’s slightly more variety with the  iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, which also come in gold.
Disappointingly, there’s no jet black option for any of the handsets, despite the colour scheme proving so popular last year.

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