NEW AP­PLE IPHONE X IS LACK­ING, WHEN COM­PARED TO SAM­SUNG NOTE 8 CLAIM OB­SERVERS

The star of the Ap­ple’s lat­est event was the much an­tic­i­pated iPhone X, it will cost a mas­sive $1,829 for a 256GB model and $1,579 for a 64GB model.

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The new Ap­ple pre­mium flag­ship iPhone X or as some are call­ing it iPhone 10, is set to com­pete head on with the Sam­sung Note 8, and fea­tures an edge-to-edge screen with a notch at the top to ac­com­mo­date the front-fac­ing cam­era and new Face ID sen­sors.

It comes in two colours: space grey and sil­ver. It also has the high­est pixel-den­sity (458ppi) dis­play ever in an iPhone, with Ap­ple call­ing it a Su­per Retina dis­play, made by Sam­sung.

It mea­sures 5.8 inches in di­ag­o­nal size and has a res­o­lu­tion of 2436 x 1125. It's also the first OLED dis­play that is, in Phil Schiller's words, “the first OLED dis­play great enough to be in an iPhone.”

Cus­tomers will be able to or­der iPhone X be­gin­ning Fri­day, 27 Oc­to­ber, with avail­abil­ity be­gin­ning Fri­day, 3 Novem­ber in Aus­tralia.

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