Apple has changed the strategy by introducing a third model called the iPhone X, a button less phone on the front that is now completely occupied by the screen. It maintains the similar traditional iPhone size but with a screen larger than the Plus model of 5.8 inches.
As it does not have a button with the fingerprint reader, but, the new biometric identification system resides in a dual frontal camera system capable of detecting the specific head and face of its owner.
The tech giant Apple assumes that the system, Face ID, is able to distinguish between identical twins and with a hitting ability of 999,999 over a million. The dual front camera system will also be used to create custom animated emojis controlled with our facial expressions called Animojis. A dozen different Animojis will allow us to send versions of our face turned into beautiful three-dimensional animals.
iPhone X, pronounced “ten” adds an inductive charging system capable of recharging the battery of an iPhone X, Apple Watch and the new version of AirPods at the same time. The system is an old known in other smartphones but called AirPower under the proper name of Apple.
It will be available in 64GB and 256 GB versions for prices of $999 and $1149 respectively. However, the tech giant Apple’s iPhone X will be available for pre-orders on October 27 and be released generally on November 3.
While maintaining the current model design, dual stereo speaker and a new six-core processor called A11 Bionic, the new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will be Apple’s two entry models for this year.
On the outside, they maintain the appearance, although with a new aluminum alloy more resistant and new colors. They also receive an update on their cameras, one of the features most loved by their customers. It maintains 12-megapixels but with a new sensor capable of improving photos and videos compared to current models. The iPhone 8 Plus maintains the dual camera system of its predecessor, and the iPhone 8 will do the same with its individual camera.
At the video level, it will be able to record 4K videos in 60fps, the only smartphone on the market able to do so. It will be available in 32GB, 128GB and 256GB versions of storage and will begin at a slightly higher price than the last year, at $699 in the United States. The Plus version will cost $799 plus tax, and the Plus version will only available in 128GB and 256GB versions.