Buying the iPhone X? Here’s What Global Techies Think About it

Buying the iPhone X? Here’s What Global Techies Think About it

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The much awaited iPhone X is finally hitting Indian shores, and the tech world is buzzing with what to expect from one of the most anticipated gizmos of 2017.

The bezel-less display, the Face ID technology, and the vertical dual camera are some of the features we are seeing for the first time on an Apple device.

But, before the device comes to India, tech journalists around the world are talking about the iPhone X and what to expect from it.

Where The Verge has said that the iPhone X display doesn’t really gel well with iOS 11, the iPhone 8 Plus IPS display on the other hand works like a charm.

The new iPhone X OLED screen will draw a lot of power and Apple devices have not been known to be the best of back-up providers.

Also Read: Apple iPhone X First Impressions: What You Get For Rs 89,000

The iPhone X carries most of the iPhone 8 Plus specifications like the A11 Bionic chipset, 3GB RAM, and the same 12-megapixel dual camera setup. So why upgrade to the new iPhone X.

In an interview with BuzzFeed, Apple Inc CEO Tim Cook said that the iPhone X is here to set an example as how the future iPhone will be like.

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak also said that he is in no hurry to upgrade to the iPhone X yet and he will let his wife test it out first. Smart move, Steve!

The pre-orders for the iPhone X started on 27 October and sales will begin on 3 November.

Also Read: Apple iPhone X Goes Out of Stock Before Anyone Could Book It

Let’s be clear that we are not putting out a verdict here and just curating what the world media is saying about the iPhone X. We will put out a review of the device very soon on The Quint.

Video Editor: Ashish Maccune

Cameraperson: Athar Rather

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