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5 Reasons To Buy an iPhone X – Despite High Price

Apple’s recently introduced iPhone X is the company’s most exciting, as well as most expansive, phone ever. Its price may seem intimidating – yet iPhone X offers a brand new smart phone experience that is worth considering. Let us look at five reasons why you would want to pay for an iPhone X.

All-glass construction

The first thing that grabs attention in Apple’s new iPhone X is its all-glass construction. With sidebars made from steel, iPhone X’s glass design takes a step forward in Apple aesthetics. Plus, iPhone X has no touch button but instead a display screen larger than any other iPhone. Both minimalist and user-friendly in design, iPhone X gives you the opportunity to feel the future in the present.

TrueDepth camera system

One of the most interesting features of iPhone X is its TrueDepth camera system, which allows you to unlock your device by simply looking at it and swiping up on the screen. This new technique, called Face ID, offers a way to unlock your iPhone much easier than Touch ID. Face ID works in the dark as well as in sunlight, and is a useful tool for authenticating Apple Pay transactions as well. Protecting the face data in its own store, the biometric scanner that operates Face ID also guarantees a secure way to unlock your device.

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Super Retina Display

In terms of the pixel density, iPhone X is Apple’s most improved smartphone. “Super Retina Display,” the new panel Apple uses in iPhone X, provides the highest resolution ever achieved by a smartphone. With a 2,436 x 1,125 resolution and 458 pixels per inch, Super Retina Display enables you to watch videos without sacrificing the visual quality. iPhone X’s Super Retina Display also secures a more efficient power management and promises a better battery performance.

Superior image quality

Not only does Super Retina Display promise an authentic visual experience; with improvements in lighting and image stabilization, iPhone X’s camera also provides a superior image quality. iPhone X’s camera has a bigger sensor, a more efficient optical zoom and new lighting effects, giving you the opportunity to capture time and space in your photos as realistically as possible.

Faster and smarter

Finally, what enables iPhone X to achieve these advancements in an efficient way is its new processor called A11 Bionic. Faster and smarter than the previous models, this new chip promises a speed increase up to 70 percent.

There is no doubt that iPhone X is an expensive product. What it offers, however, would persuade any customer to consider buying it.

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Apple Is Not Happy With iPhone X

The results of research on sales rates for Apple’s notched phone iPhone X have been announced! According to the results, Apple seems not satisfied with the sales rates of this smart phone. The phone, which is not like other iPhone sales rates, displays a very interesting data with its sales rates!

A detailed research and forecast report was prepared by Fast Company on iPhone X sales ratios. Based on iPhone sales figures by data in 2018, we can say that Apple is focusing on new strategies. According to the report prepared by Apple Fast Company, it is not satisfied with iPhone sales. That’s why Apple is expected to reduce purchases for new iPhone orders. On this count, Apple, now aiming to get rid of the phone problem, seems to be unable to keep the product up if it does not develop a strategy for the new X model!


iPhone X, not sold!

There are many reports for iPhone X. While all of these reports reveal Apple’s position, strategies for the next models would also come out. Apple will not produce the phone that is not sold by stepping back in purchases. When the X model is renewed and put on the market, it is expected that the price will be regulated for the sake of increasing sales figures. Such an intervention is essential for the revival of the model and the deserved recognition of its worth!

With a bigger screen and more affordable price, the model predicted to achieve a better success in the marketplace is Apple’s problem for now! It’s easy to see how having satisfied customers could quickly stack up to significantly fewer phones sold for Apple. Apple is expected to announce iPhone sales of between 50 and 53 million in the three months to the end of March 2018. Some regulations will probably be made in future production and sales plans!

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Tim Cook’s graduation talk was announced with Animoji!

Duke University announces Tim Cook’s graduation talks to be held in May with an Animoji video on YouTube.

Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, graduated from Duke University in 1988. As a graduate student, Tim Cook will make a speech on graduation ceremony on May 13th and this event has turned into a great gesture from the University of Duke.

Tim Cook in Animoji videos

Duke University announces in the form of Animoji that Tim Cook will speak on graduation via YouTube channel. Tim Cook is probably Duke’s most famous alum at the moment, so it makes sense that he accepted to speak to the graduating students in May, but the foxy form he appears in at the end of the video shows how proud Apple is of its iPhone X’s FaceID and Animoji creations.

You can watch the Animoji video here, which Tim Cook also plays.

Duke University President Vincent E. Price made the announcement, touting Cook’s accomplishments at both Apple and in his advocacy for social justice. Duke’s graduation will be held on Sunday, May 13, 2018.

“I am absolutely delighted that Tim Cook will be returning to campus as this spring’s commencement speaker,” said Price. “Throughout his career, Tim has embodied Duke’s values of innovation and service to society, whether through his contributions to Apple’s groundbreaking technology or his advocacy for social justice. I can imagine no better person, and no bigger Duke fan, to inspire the Class of 2018.”

Thanks to the iPhone’s TrueDepth camera system on the iPhoneX, Animoji has become popular with karaoke videos in a short period of time. Animoji, which is quite fun to use in everyday life, has given also a pleasing news when it is used in an announcement.

We anticipate adding new features to the Animoji options with future iOS updates in the upcoming period.


Eyebrows In Action For Rainbow Game Of iPhone X

Do you like playing games that are full of fun? If you own an iPhone X smartphone, you can have fun with Rainbow, which you can play using your eyebrows. The simple game developed by Nathan Gitter, a graduate of the Washington University computer science department, benefits from the blessings of the TrueDepth Camera system, as you would guess.

The mobile game Rainbow you can play with your eyebrows!

In the game you have to use your eyebrows to move up and down an emoji face to gather stars. Pretty simple. In the meantime, you have to overcome other emoji obstacles that will come out like cars, basketballs and ducks. Too much fun.

There is no level in the play, so as you progress, the obstacles increase and the game starts to get harder. Your goal is to get the highest possible score. Let’s just say that you are your only rival for now. On the other hand, the game is planned to have Game Center integration later and to provide multi-player competition.

The game tracking the face of the user in real time follows the location, topology and expression. The privacy policy underlines that the collected data will only be used for gaming purposes and will be hosted locally on the device. In addition, the data will only be used in the game session.

You can click here to download the completely free Rainbow for iOS game from the App Store.


What is TrueDepth tech?

TrueDepth technology is the part making Face ID with facial recogniyion possible in iPhone. TrueDepth also enables Apple’s new Animojis and other special effects that require a 3D model of the user’s face and head.

TrueDepth starts with a traditional 7MP front-facing “selfie” camera. It adds an infrared emitter that projects over 30,000 dots in a known pattern onto the user’s face. Those dots are then photographed by a dedicated infrared camera for analysis. There is a proximity sensor, presumably so that the system knows when a user is close enough to activate. An ambient light sensor helps the system set output light levels.

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Have You Ever Thought Of The Notch of iPhone X

Apple announced that they are proud of Notch, which is due to its integration with the TrueDepth camera system in the full-screen design of the iPhone X. Apple, which has gone through a radical design change with iPhone X, had to include the Notch in the phone’s design to include the TrueDepth camera system and move to full-screen design.

The Notch can turn into a shortcut bar rather than the dead area in the hands of application developers. Apple, long silent about the Notch phenomenon, broke the silence recently.

Notch is the product of a proud technology

In his latest interview with Tom’s Guide, Greg Joswiak, Apple’s Vice President of Product Marketing, has announced that Apple is proud of the notch on the iPhone X.

Joswiak said, “The components on the iPhone X are one of the heaviest packaged technological products we’ve made up to now. iPhone X is also the most sophisticated technology we’ve ever had in such a small area.”

Interesting choice for Apple

Apple’s design choice looks ugly thanks to the permanent notch at the top, but its decision to embrace it should also encourage developers to do the same and offer more unique ways to handle the display. Some have already created rough examples of content flowing around the notch, but Apple’s own developer guidelines appear to forbid it:

Don’t mask or call special attention to key display features. Don’t attempt to hide the device’s rounded corners, sensor housing, or indicator for accessing the Home screen by placing black bars at the top and bottom of the screen. Don’t use visual adornments like brackets, bezels, shapes, or instructional text to call special attention to these areas either.

It looks like developers will be stuck with that obstructive notch when it comes to creating iOS apps. Finally, on the list of Tom’s Guide, the most innovative technology of 2017, the iPhone X appears. Among the factors driving the iPhone X are Face ID, Super Retina HD screen and Apple A11 Bionic chip.

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A Review Of iPhone X From An iPhone 7 Plus User

Apple started to sell the most expensive and high tech phone, the iPhone X in the past days. We have heard and told a lot about this phone and it is time for listening from someone who used to have iPhone 7 Plus.

The screen is incredibly beautiful

It is obviously easier to read as if a layer is missing. The difference of the OLED screen is visible. The readability is much higher compared to iPhone 7 Plus. The colors are quite lively and the resolution is higher. Ghosting can occur when you scroll at a certain speed because the text is OLED. But, it does not bother much. Considering the benefits of being a brighter, more vibrant, integrated phone screen, I do not think this is a very big problem.

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Camera does not show much improvement

I cannot say iPhone X is much better than the iPhone 7 Plus. It’s nice to have a 1080p 240fps slo-mo video. When it comes to 4k 60fps, it has been a disappointment. Probably because of it’s low bitrate, it’s certainly a low quality than expected.

Yes, the resolution is 4k, Yes it is 60fps, but in bitrate and dynamic range, I guess (I have not confirmed) chroma subsampling at 4: 2: 0. Briefly, do not get very excited when you see the 4k 60fps, as it has a format that will not be used in everyday life. Portrait mode lights of the front camera is interesting but not so special. I am sure third party developers will do better. Especially the stage lighting that darkened the backdrop was a failure when ever I tried it. I’m sure it will evolve over time, but it now deserves its beta position. If you’re shooting lots of photos and especially 4k videos, do not buy a 64GB model, definitely get a 256GB. (there is no 128 model)


Face ID is excellent

Face ID works perfectly and smoothly. I have not had the slightest problem. It does not only work from remote and different angles, but I can say it works 100% successfully when considering normal handset usage. Briefly: this is it. Unlike what is written on the Internet, it’s fast. The contents of the notifications do not appear when someone else reads it, it says ‘new notification’, but it turns out to be real content as you look. The light is on as long as you are looking at the screen while reading something, but if you start not to look at it, it will close the screen after a while. These little details in the background make the face ID even more beautiful.

Long story short: if you have money, get it. You will not regret.

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Apple Has Something To Confess About iPhone X Screens

Burn-in and color shift issues that have been a victim of Google’s customers across the globe around the world can also be experienced on iPhone X, according to Apple’s reports.

In 2017 the world started to use OLED display. However, technology giants may have made research and development activities quite fast to put these screens into our pocket and serialize their devices. OLEDs, a new technology yet, are a potential problem when compared to other displays in long-term use. Those who live in Google’s Pixel 2 XL are the clearest proof of this.

What is the screen issue on OLEDs?

Burns on OLED screens occur when something reflected in the image leaves stains on certain areas, even if you leave the screen. For example, when you exit the messaging application and come to the main page, you can see that the texts in the messages leave some stains.

Apple seems to have taken lessons from Google’s problems and wants to soften any possible complaints about the OLED screen with “Super Retina” technology. We think it would be better if we keep moving this part from Apple’s mouth:

“With extended long-term use, OLED displays can also show slight visual changes. This is also expected behaviour and can include ‘image persistence’ or ‘burn-in’, where the display shows a faint remnant of an image even after a new image appears on the screen. This can occur in more extreme cases such as when the same high contrast image is continuously displayed for prolonged periods of time. We’ve engineered the Super Retina display to be the best in the industry in reducing the effects of OLED ‘burn-in’.”

Of course, these problems are not something the producers are expecting, but OLED screens, on the other hand, mean they are not ready for serial production. Although Apple is making this statement to anticipate potential impacts, it is natural for users to worry.

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iPhone X available for pre-order on Friday, October 27

iPhone X, featuring a revolutionary new design with a stunning all-screen display, wireless charging and an incredible rear camera with dual optical image stabilization, will be available for pre-order on Friday, October 27 at 12:01 a.m. PDT on and the Apple Store app.

iPhone X will be available in more than 55 countries and territories, and in Apple Stores beginning Friday, November 3 at 8:00 a.m. local time. Stores will have iPhone X available for walk-in customers, who are encouraged to arrive early.

iPhone X features a gorgeous all-glass and stainless steel design with a beautiful 5.8-inch Super Retina display, A11 Bionic chip with neural engine for powerful machine learning, augmented reality and immersive 3D gaming experiences, wireless charging and Face ID, delivering an innovative and secure new way to unlock, authenticate and pay.

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The TrueDepth camera that enables Face ID brings Portrait mode with Portrait Lighting to the front camera for beautiful selfies with a depth-of-field effect and enables Animoji, which captures and analyzes over 50 different facial muscle movements to bring emoji to life in a fun new way. A redesigned rear camera with dual optical image stabilization includes a new color filter, deeper pixels, an improved Apple-designed image signal processor and features Portrait mode with Portrait Lighting allowing customers to capture stunning photos and videos. The all-glass front and back on iPhone X feature the most durable glass ever in a smartphone in two beautiful finishes, silver and space gray.

Pricing and Other Features

iPhone X will be available in silver and space gray in 64GB and 256GB models starting at $999 (US) from and Apple Stores and is also available through Apple Authorized Resellers and carriers (prices may vary).

Through Apple’s iPhone Upgrade Program, customers in the US can get iPhone X, with the protection of AppleCare+, choose their carrier (no multiyear service contract required) and have the opportunity to upgrade to a new iPhone every year. The iPhone Upgrade Program is available for iPhone X at and Apple Stores in the US with monthly payments starting at $49.91 (US).

Apple-designed accessories including leather and silicone cases in a range of colors will be available starting at $39 (US), while a new iPhone X Leather Folio will be available for $99 (US). Lightning Docks in color-matching metallic finishes will also be available for $49 (US), prices may vary.

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Reasons To Buy an iPhone 6S Instead Of iPhone 8 or iPhone X

iPhone 6S is one of the mobile phones the longest lived especially among Apple’s products. Apple usually offers only the previous model iPhone when it announces a new model; however, in this case something seems to change. From 6S to iPhone 8 and iPhone X, all models are now available on Apple’s official website. But, now comes up a question: Which model to buy? This time we will be more on side of iPhone 6S.

Here’s why you should consider buying the iPhone 6S instead of the iPhone 8 or iPhone X.

The price of iPhone 6S

It should go without saying that Apple’s older iPhones are going to be cheaper than its new ones.

Here’s what the new iPhones cost:

iPhone 8 with 64 GB of storage: $700.

iPhone 8 Plus with 64 GB of storage: $800.

iPhone X with 64 GB of storage: $1,000.

However, Apple is still selling the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus for significantly less than the new iPhones:

iPhone 6S with 32 GB of storage: $450.

iPhone 6S Plus with 32 GB of storage: $550.

Excellent Design

iPhone 6S has an excellent design – and you’ll find comfort in knowing that the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus look nearly identical to the new iPhone 8 models. Both the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 8 have the same size of bezels around the display and same overall shape, and their screens are the same size and same resolution.

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Apple added improvements to the iPhone 8’s and iPhone X’s screens, including TrueTone, which adjusts the overall color temperature to match the lighting in your surrounding, and a wide color gamut for richer colors.

At the same time, the screen on the iPhone 6S is still excellent. The screen on that phone has the same sharpness and resolution as the new iPhone 8, and it reproduces colors just fine for browsing the web, using apps, watching videos, looking at photos, and playing games.

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Is iPhone A Good Choice For You and Which iPhone To Buy?

iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus finally took their place in stores. However the audience waiting for the new iPhone to change the phone is facing a serious dilemma because there is an iPhone X on the horizon and it is not far away.

Which iPhone is a good choice for you? Is the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus the classic sequel or is it iPhone X, which is introduced as the future of smart phones and offers more than a standard improvement? This dilemma is Apple’s problem as well as the new iPhone users.

How does Apple manage this dilemma?

Some of the users wait 1-2 years to replace their current iPhone with the latest iPhone version. But there is also another group of users that do not hesitate to wait for 2-3 years until the device’s battery life runs out.

Apple taught iPhone users to expect for a “new and familiar” blend of upgrades. Many people say that they will buy the familiar iPhone 8, despite what the iPhone X will offer. We will see if Apple’s iPhone X will make more than complicating the iPhone product line. But no one doubts that iPhone 8 will have a huge sales success.

iPhone X or iPhone 8

Many tech-savvy people expect the iPhone 8, but they plan to buy an iPhone X as soon as possible as many features on the iPhone 8 Plus are also available on the iPhone X despite the smaller size. If your hands are small for using the iPhone 8 Plus, the iPhone X is just for you.

Some of us want the iPhone X, and some of us are looking to continue on the road with the familiar and new iPhone 8. In either case, Apple is winning. That’s why Apple’s decision to announce three new phones at once will be good for Apple. It’s obvious that Apple will occupy the scene for smart phones this fall.

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Tim Cook Thinks The Price For iPhone X Is Not Very High

With a price tag of $999, the iPhone X is the most expensive iPhone we have ever seen. So, how does Apple’s CEO Tim Cook interpret this high price? For the iPhone X, which is the most expensive iPhone ever produced, Tim Cook has commented on the price! According to Tim Cook, the price is quite normal.

iPhone X from Tim Cook’s Perspective

Tim Cook was the guest on ABC News in the US and answered the question via Twitter about the price of iPhone X: Isn’t the $999 iPhone X a little pricey for a lot of people? According to Tim Cook:

“Most people are now paying for phones over long periods of time. And so very few people will pay the price tag of the phone initially. Also most people actually trade in their current phone, and so that reduces the price further, and some carriers even throw in subsidies and discounts.”

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Apparently, according to Tim Cook, the price of the iPhone X is not particularly expensive when it comes to specially designed campaigns and technology.

The price for the future of smartphones

In addition to the base $999 iPhone X, Apple is selling a 256GB version for $1,149. That makes the iPhone X the most expensive smartphone Apple has ever sold. As opposed to the analysis of many people, Apple obviously thinks that the iPhone X deserves the price as it is the “future” of smartphones.

Tim Cooks says, “When we look at it, the iPhone in particular has become so essential in our daily lives, people want it to do more and more, so we’ve built more and more technology in to be able to do it.”

At the end of the day, in case when the majority finds the iPhone X is overpriced, this approach will be reflected in underwhelming sales.

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iPhone X preview!

Let’s look closely at Apple’s 10th special featured smartphone, iPhone X – it is pronounced as iPhone 10. What features does the iPhone X offer us? Everyone is looking forward to the iPhone X, with its renovated design and high-end features. Getting the power from the Apple A11 Bionic processor, the iPhone X is joining the most popular trend that is frameless screen. For the first time on the iPhone 7 Plus, the two cameras are jumped one more step, and both cameras come with OIS support.

The iPhone X, which comes with a face recognition feature called Face ID instead of Touch ID, also greets us with 64 GB and 256 GB storage capacity.

Here is how Apple announces their brand new product:

Our vision has always been to create an iPhone that is entirely screen. One so immersive the device itself disappears into the experience. And so intelligent it can respond to a tap, your voice, and even a glance. With iPhone X, that vision is now a reality. Say hello to the future.

iPhone X has all new 5.8 inch Super Retina screen. The smartphone attracts interest by its elegantly rounded corners along with its news techniques and technology.

The price of iPhone X

Let’s get the important bit out of the way first: the iPhone X is one of the most expensive flagship phones ever made. Its premium smartphone costing more than £999 that showcases the latest technology, including an edge-to-edge OLED display, wireless charging and facial recognition security. A more expensive 256GB version is for £1,149 – ushering in the era of the £1,000 smartphone.


Key features of iPhone X

  • Edge-to-edge display screens that cover the whole front of the phone
  • No home button
  • Face ID unlocks the phone using 3D facial recognition software. Works with Apple Pay.
  • New Portrait Lighting feature Machine learning creates facial landmarks and enhances light effects on the face
  • iOS 11 will feature, among other things, peer-to-peer Apple Pay and a redesigned Control Centre
  • Wireless charging already in use for the Apple Watch and will now be integrated into iPhones
  • 5.8″ ‘Super Retina’ display Supports HDR in Dolby Vision and HDR10 and True Tone
  • 64GB and 256GB Costs from £999 for 64GB version and £1,149 for 256GB. Available for pre-order from October 27 and ships from November 3