Apple Announces iPhone X See The New Amazing features and All About it.

Apple has announced iPhone X, which will release on November 3. The new handset made its debut during the Apple Keynote 2017 and features an edge-to-edge display with an all-glass design covering both the front and back. This glass is water and dust resistant "at a microscopic level," according to Apple. The 64 GB version of iPhone X starts at $999 / £999, while the 256 GB model costs $1,149 / £1,149. Check out the iPhone X's full specs at the bottom of this article, via Apple.

Talking about the screen, the screen was described as a "super retina display" which uses a 2436 x 1125 resolution. This is the highest resolution in terms of pixel density ever in an iP
hone. The display is an OLED, and also supports HDR and Dolby Vision.

IPhone X does not feature the home button that has traditionally been on every handset. Instead functions such as waking are done by tapping the screen. You can swipe up from the bottom to go to the Home screen. By swiping up and then holding, you can activate multitasking. Of course, saying, "Hey Siri" will activate the digital assistant, as will holding down the enlarged side button.

Unlocking your phone can now be done by looking at it using "Face ID." The technology is enabled by a "TrueDepth camera system" which has an infrared camera, a dot projector, a proximity sensor, and an ambient light sensor, among other features.

 In terms of battery life, Apple says the iPhone X lasts two more hours more than the iPhone 7. It supports wireless charging and Apple has created a new matt called "AirPower" that uses Qi charging for iPhone 8, iPhone X, Apple Watch, and AirPods. AirPower launches in 2018. Pre-orders for the iPhone X, meanwhile, open on October 27 before the phone launches on November 3. iPhone X has dual 12 megapixel cameras with dual optical image stabilization, a Quad-LED True Tone flash, zero shutter lag, larger and faster sensors. The camera supports new portrait lighting features and is "tuned" for AR apps. The front camera lets you take portrait mode selfies that use portrait lighting, allowing you to have better selfies. All of this is powered by the A11 chip.

Another amazing Feature is the TrueDepth camera delivers is the ability to create and control emojis using your face. These can be shared through iMessage and there will be "a dozen different animated emojis." There's also integration with Snapchat, which lets iPhone X owners put more detailed masks on their faces.


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