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The iPhone X – 10 Years of Apple Innovation All in One Phone

13 September 2017
Jonathan So

The 10th-anniversary version of the iPhone was finally announced yesterday. Known as the iPhone X, the features available on the phone is a testament of Apple’s innovation over the years. The iPhone X is one of the most highly-anticipated smartphones released in 2017, not because it offers anything innovative or new by industry standards but because Apple has made big changes to the iPhone X compared to what we are so used to its predecessors.

As the pre-released leaks and rumours suggested, the iPhone X features numerous trends that we have been seeing in the smartphone industry today. Here are some of the main highlights of the iPhone X that you should know about:

Design-wise, the iPhone X features the most radical design on an iPhone to date, making it the best-looking phone Apple has ever made. The bezel-less screen makes it look more voluminous yet in reality, it still has a smaller size than the Plus series of iPhones. The rear is made of glass to enable wireless charging (which will be discussed in detail below). Sporting a svelte design of 5.65 inches long and 2.79 inches wide, the phone is easy to hold in one hand.

As foretold, the iPhone X has an expansive 5.8-inch edge-to-edge screen, both horizontally and vertically. This makes the iPhone X one of the least-bezelled phones on the market. That only means one thing – the absence of a physical home button that has become an iPhone signature.

Not only that, Apple has finally decided to upgrade the screen to an OLED display (about time!) which Apple calls the Super Retina HD display, instead of sticking with its LCD routes. This enables the phone to deliver a 2436 x 1125 display resolution, a significant upgrade beyond the 1080p screen ceiling Apple has offered on the previous iPhones. The new display offers deeper blacks and richer colours than ever before – on par with what rivals Samsung has been delivering.

Although iPhones have always been praised for their cameras, the iPhone X brings its camera capabilities up another notch. The new flagship now sports two 12MP cameras at its rear, one being a wide-angle lens and the other a telephoto lens. Both come with optical image stabilization, compensating for hand shakiness when taking photos. The camera sensors on the iPhone X are also larger and faster, offering an f/1.8 aperture on the wide-angle lens and f/2.4 aperture lens on the telephoto lens.

The camera upgrades extend beyond the rear cameras. In terms of the front camera, the iPhone X is equipped with a 7MP TrueDepth camera that packs a considerable amount of technology. Firstly, it adds Portrait Mode to your selfies, enabling you to exhibit a background blur to them too. Aside from the 7MP camera, the cut-out atop the screen also features a variety of sensors, an infrared camera, and sophisticated face-mapping dot projector which leads to…

The iPhone X also marks the first appearance of Apple’s facial recognition software – the Face ID. The Face ID enables users to unlock the smartphone simply by looking at it. There are a handful of smartphones that already feature facial recognition but Apple’s approach seems to make it more reliable than what we have seen on other devices. The software will take loads of different face angles, making it more accurate. Apple seems to be confident about the Face ID, claiming that the Face ID will not be spoofed by photos and works in the dark as well. According to Apple, Face ID is also much more secure compared to Touch ID and having increased security is always better.

The Face ID enables users to unlock the smartphone simply by looking at it.

You can also bid farewell to annoying charger cables as the iPhone X supports a wireless charging feature. The wireless charging support also introduces Apple’s new AirPower charging pad that can charge every new Apple product – Apple Watches, Airpods, and the iPhone X. The charging pad is wide enough to provide ample space to charge multiple devices at once. However, Apple has not mentioned how much the AirPower pad will cost and it will most probably make an appearance sometime next year. You do not have to wait until then to enjoy the phone’s wireless charging feature though, as the iPhone X can also be charged via Qi wireless chargers as well. Speaking of wireless charging…

Apple has announced that the iPhone X will last two hours longer than the standard iPhone 7. This will amount to an all-day battery life, depending on usage. Moreover, you can reduce battery consumption further by switching it to low-power mode in iOS 11. The iPhone X will also be the first Apple phone to come with fast-charging capabilities that give you a 50% charge in just 30 minutes.

The iPhone X will also be the first Apple phone to come with fast-charging capabilities that give you a 50% charge in just 30 minutes.

The iPhone X is tentatively due to be released on 3rd November 2017. The iPhone X is currently priced at USD999.00 (approx. RM4184.80).

Apple seems to be flexing its innovative muscles with the iPhone X. Boasting a never-before-seen facelift and impressive features, the iPhone X seems to be an excellent device to represent and celebrate 10 years of Apple’s iconic smartphone brand.

Apple iPhone X Specs

Display
Screen Size 5.8 "
Display Resolution 1125 x 2436 pixels
Pixel Density 458 ppi
Scratch Resistant
Water Resistant
Camera
Rear Camera Resolution 12 + 12 MP
Front Camera Resolution 7 MP
Dual camera
Memory
RAM 3 GB
Internal Storage 256 GB
Expandable Memory
Card Slot
Battery
Battery Capacity 2716 mAh
Talk Time 21 hrs
Platform
Processor Hexa Core
Operating System iOS
Design
Weight 174 g
Body Material Metal
Dimensions (W x H x D) 143.6 x 70.9 x 7.7 mm
Launch
Release Year 2017
Connection
USB Connectors Lightning
NFC
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Networking
Dual SIM
SIM Card Nano-SIM
Features
Waterproof
Virtual Reality Capable
Heart Rate Sensor
LED Notification Light
Face Recognition
Iris Scanner
Fingerprint Scanner
FM Radio
3D Touch

iPhone X Malaysia: A Futuristic Powerhouse Device

On their 10th anniversary, Apple set a new standard for the next generation of iPhones with the iPhone X. Although it was launched months after the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus, both of which have been well-received by consumers, the iPhone X dominates these two devices despite having a similar internal hardware. The iPhone X (pronounced “ten”) is a splendid, futuristic device that owners can proudly show off.

Sophisticated Design

iPhone X sports the most sophisticated design among Apple’s iPhone catalog, hence, it is the best-looking iPhone to date. It comes with a bezel-less 5.8-inch display that appears voluminous yet it’s smaller compared to the Plus iPhones. Its glass rear is not just for aesthetic reasons but also it enables wireless charging. In addition, it has a compact dimension at 5.65x2.79x0.3 inches, making it easy to hold in one hand.

Top-of-the-Line Camera

One of the biggest selling points of iPhones is their camera yet Apple brings its capabilities up another notch and integrates it into the iPhone X. The flagship has two 12 MP rear cameras that come with optical image stabilization that helps in taking better photos. Meanwhile, its front camera is equipped with a 7 MP TrueDepth technology that is packed with impressive features such as the Portrait Mode.

Face ID

iPhone X’s Face ID is one of the most talked-about aspects of the device. Although it drew controversy the first time it was announced, this time many users found it reliable since it can’t be spoofed by photos. Plus, it is much more secure than the Touch ID.

Wireless Charging

With iPhone X’s wireless charging capability, you can bid farewell to annoying cable clutter, saving you time and trouble. Not to mention, it comes with an AirPower charging pad that can recharge other gadgets like Apple watches and Airpods. The charging pad also has enough space to charge multiple devices at once.

Impressive Battery Life

Although the iPhone 8 Plus wields the largest battery of any Apple flagship phones, the iPhone X has ample battery power that can last all-day, depending on usage. With the iOS 11, users can improve iPhone X’s battery life by switching to low-power mode. In terms of charging capabilities, the iPhone X has fast-charging capabilities that offer around 50% charge in 30 minutes.

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