The new iPhone X is regarded as the most outstanding iPhone among the lastest generations. There's a saying "It's the most complete redesign of the product ever and even offers a glimpse at what the iPhone might become when the world no longer wants smartphones". Of course, the price of iPhone X is super higher than ever before. In the meanwhile, at the event in Cupertino, Apple launched three new iPhones. Yes, three. The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus upgrade the existing models without completely changing them. The third model, the iPhone X, is another thing entirely with highly anticipation.
We believe that many fans have same perspective as us, the X dosen't look like an iPhone. It doesn't even look like a phone.
First of all, the entire front side is a 1125x2436 OLED screen called Super Retina Display with a small area where Apple put selfie cameras and sensors. The screen is made of glass and stainless steel, like the much-loved iPhone 4. It's the first time Apple's used OLED on an iPhone. On a normal LCD screen, the black pixels are lit up a bit, which means you're never seeing true black—just really dark gray. OLED, on the other hand, can light some pixels but not others, which means black pixels just stay off. Your dark colors will seem much darker, other colors even richer, and even text becomes more pleasant to read.
Next, let's see how much iPhone X costs. The iPhone X model with 64GB of storage costs $999 and with 256GB of storage costs $1149. This is the highest price among iPhones.
More features of iPhone X:
Like iPhone 8/8 Plus, iPhone X runs Apple's latest processor, A11 Bionic, with 3 gigs of RAM.
The iPhone X has better battery life, Apple says it lasts two hours longer than the iPhone 7, and the sharp point is iPhone X supports wireless charging.
Camera: Lager and faster sensor, new color filter, deeper pixels, with f/1.8 and f/2.4 apertures, dual optical image stabilization mitigates shakes.
The most attractive feature we think is FaceID. What is FaceID? For example, the iPhone will be locked until you look at it, replacing the fingerprint sensor. The front-facing camera has been updated with a ton of new technology to enable FaceID. TrueDepth, Apple calls it. FaceID works even if users are wearing hats, glasses, or makeup. Since the iPhone might be unlock with your face, remember to wear a mask while you're sleeping. Ok, this is a joke.
All these above are what Superb saw in the Cupertino, em, through wires. Anyway, iPhone X is great worthy to all the Apple fans we think. It goes on sale on October 27, and it ships November 3. We are eager to touch a real iPhone X. Let's see.