The iPhone X was launched in September 2017 and was received with great acclaim. This new design was developed over five years according to Jony Ive himself, and marks a major technological leap forward from previous models such as the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. Apple wanted to provide a true visual experience with its latest smartphone , where the 5.8-inch screen blends seamlessly into its silver or space grey curved case, and it seems to have succeeded.
This Super Retina display uses OLED technology to deliver dazzling colors and incredibly sharp images. In an era where we use our smartphones for everything from shopping, banking or even online gaming using these terminals, Apple wants its newest phone to provide the user with an immersive visual experience.
The iPhone X has the largest screen ever on an Apple phone, but because it’s “all screen” in practice, it’s still smaller than the iPhone 8 plus, so it’s easy to carry. Since the front of the terminal is only a screen, to unlock it we have to slide our finger up from the bottom of the screen: another example of Apple in its eagerness to change the way we use technology. Without the Home button, there is no traditional Touch ID unlocking feature.
Instead, iPhone X uses a facial recognition system in which FaceTime cameras create a 3D image of your face. It works basically the same way as a fingerprint, allowing you to unlock your phone by pointing the camera system at your face. Because it uses a 3D map, photos or masses do not allow the phone to be unlocked by another person.
We all know how scary it is when our precious smartphone falls flat on a hard surface or into water. iPhone X eliminates these worries with the toughest glass you’ll ever see in a smartphone , both front and back. Not only that, but because it’s a cordless phone, there are no holes for water to enter, making it water- and dust-resistant. Speaking of charging, one of the main complaints from smartphone users (in other words, from all over the world) is that the battery consumes much faster than the old Nokia bricks. The iPhone X aims to remedy that problem with a custom-designed battery that lasts up to 2 hours longer than the iPhone 7.
iPhone X also has two cameras on the back of the device; one is a wide-angle camera that captures 4K video at up to 60 frames per second and the other is a telephoto lens with a x10 zoom function . This smartphone charges wirelessly, so the glass back can be used with Qi-certified chargers instead of plugging in cables. iPhone X is a beautiful phone that invites you to hold it in your hands and touch it. The all-screen design makes it a terminal that removes the barriers between you and the photo , video, or game you’re watching. Apple invites you to “Say hello to the future” and the future looks better than ever.