Tim Cook Launches iPhone X after iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8
Written by: Tanya Patel - September 13, 2017
After 10 years of the release of the original iPhone by Steve Jobs, his successor Tim Cook took the stage at a building named after the late Apple founder, to launch iPhone X.
The iPhone X is actually pronounced as iPhone 10 marking the most radical change in Apple’s design language. The iPhone X looks nothing like any of the iPhones that have been previously released.
The phone comes with an impressive 64 GB and 256 GB memory space. The iPhone X has a 5.8 inch OLED Multi-Touch display screen.
iPhone X will have a new feature of wireless charging by just placing the phone on a charging pad without connecting it. The biggest change of this iPhone is that it will have no home screen button or fingerprint scanner. To replace fingerprint scanner there will be a face identification system.
Apple claims that this face identification has been mastered, unlike the Samsung version that gets fooled with pictures. The iPhone X will only unlock if the person’s face is in front of the camera and will even work in the dark.
The iPhone X comes with a 12 Megapixel back camera and 7 Megapixel front camera. The phone is said to have the best battery life among all the other iPhones. It is said to give 50% battery life in just 30 minutes of charging.
The Apple iPhone X will cost a whopping Rs. 89,000 for 64GB phone and Rs. 1,02,000 for its 256 GB variant. The iPhone X will be available for sale in India on 3rd November.
iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8 have also been launched in India. iPhone 8 Plus will be priced at Rs. 86,000 for its 256GB variant and Rs. 73,000 for 64GB. The iPhone 8 will cost Rs. 64,000 for its 64GB variant while the 256GB variant will cost Rs. 77,000. The two phones will go on sale on 29th September.
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