The moment all us Apple enthusiasts had been for over a year finally went by yesterday, as Apple’s September event unpacked several new hardware products. Chief among those was the tenth-anniversary iPhone, aptly named the iPhone X (pronounced iPhone 10).
The new “mainstream” iPhones are called iPhone and iPhone 8 Plus. But they might as well have gone for the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus because that’s essentially what they are. While a traditional “s” upgrade is nothing to scoff at, it does mean that at least from the outside, things mostly stay the same. Other than the new glass back, the new iPhones look exactly the same as the last (so much so that the iPhone 7 cases will work with iPhone 8).
The new iPhone X (pronounced “iPhone ten”) looks nothing like any iPhone we’re familiar with. It’s almost all screen, there’s no Home button and Touch ID has been replaced with Face ID.
If you are smitten by the iPhone 8 or the iPhone 8 Plus but have some questions about the device, worry not as we have you covered. Our comprehensive FAQ below will provide you with all the details and clear all your doubts surrounding the handsets.
The new iPhone X (pronounced iPhone ten) is a gigantic leap forward when it comes to smartphones. It introduces an all new design and is packed with new technologies. While it shares some basics with the new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus – things like the glass back and the new A11 Bionic chip, there are quite a few things that are unique to the top of the line iPhone.
The iPhone X is Apple’s flagship iPhone this year. While the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are the ones which are going to sell the most, it is the iPhone X that will catch the attention of most consumers.
After months of rumors, Apple today unveiled the iPhone X to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the iPhone. Technically, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are the successors to the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus from last year, with the iPhone X being a third new model in Apple’s iPhone lineup this year.
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