Apple has officially announced its latest 10th anniversary special edition iPhone X featuring an all new bezel-less design and next generation iOS 11. It was extensively leaked for the past few weeks. The new iPhone X features an edge to edge 5.8-inch Super Retina OLED display with resolution of 2436 x 1125 pixels. It will be powered by six core A11 processor and 3GB RAM. For multimedia, the new iPhone X packs an updated dual cameras (12MP regular iSight camera and a 12MP telephoto lens) on back capable of shooting 4K videos and a 7MP front facing camera for video calls and Selfie pictures. The new iPhone X is the first iPhone to come with 3D facial recognition technology to support FaceID that replaces Apple’s popular TouchID. There is also no home button on the front and its function has been replaced by gestures.
The new iPhone X runs Apple’s new iOS 11 with new features like redesigned control center and peer to peer Apple Pay support. For storage, it comes with 64GB/128GB non-expandable internal memory. In addition to that Apple iPhone X will be first iPhone to support wireless charging technology. The new iPhone X will go on sale in selected markets including US and Europe starting November 3 for £999. The pre-order for iPhone X will start on October 27. Stay tuned for more updates.
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