Apple’s CEO Tim Cook is already using an iPhone X ahead of its launch on November 3 next month. More specifically, Cook is using a white iPhone X which will likely be the more popular color option among consumers this time around. The CEO’s phone slipped out of his pocket during a Q&A session at the Oxford University earlier this week.
Throughout the Q&A session, the iPhone Xwas peeking from Cook’s pocket before it ultimately slipped out of his pocket and onto the couch. Cook noticed the iPhone X had slipped out of his pocket soon after and quickly checked his notifications before he flipped it upside down and let it stay on the couch.
Despite coming with a bezel-less design, the 5.8-inch OLED panel on the iPhone X does make it a large device to handle, though not as big and unwieldy as the iPhone 7/8 Plus.
The iPhone X won’t show expanded unread notifications on the Lock Screen until it is unlocked and since Cook’s face was not really in front of his phone, it is unlikely that he was able to catch up on his unread notifications.
The iPhone X goes up for pre-order later this month on October 27 and will hit the retail stores on November 3.