The top 5 Things You Need To Know About iPhone X
Every year, iPhone reveals a new device and amazes us with its new design and technology. After giving us the iPhone 8 a few days ago, iPhone revealed what’s in store for us next year. This new smartphone is called the iPhone X. Every time, we keep guessing how Apple’s gonna make its new device better than its old devices and Apple never really fails to impress. Here are some of the things you need to know about the iPhone X.
With the new iPhone X, Apple decided to let the home button go. This radically redesigned smartphone drops the traditional home button for an all-screen design. Apple managed to make the iPhone X bigger, yet smaller at the same time. It’ll have a more expansive 5.8-inch edge-to-edge screen. But the size is actually smaller than a Plus-sized iPhone. Also, it feels lighter. It will actually be much easier to hold the iPhone X in one hand. Even if you were turned off by the Plus size, you’ll still be able to upgrade to iPhone X without a problem. That’s good news because the front and back of the phone are now made of glass. With this design, Apple forgoes the usual aluminum casing. But you will be needing an iPhone X case. There are new techniques and technology used in the display. This is to precisely follow the curves of the design. It is the done all the way to the rounded corners.
OLED Designed For iPhone X:
The new iPhone X will have an OLED designed specifically for itself. It will have the first OLED screen that rises to the standards of iPhone. The OLED comes with accurate and stunning colors. It comes with true blacks, high brightness, and a 1,000,000 to 1 contrast ratio. It goes well beyond the 1080p screen ceiling Apple gave us on past phones and it’ll crank the resolution of 2436 x 1125 pixels, delivering a Quad HD+ picture. The new display is built for HDR. It also has superior contrast video playback. The 3D Touch offers more granular pressure-sensitive touchscreen control. It amounts to hidden shortcut menus within apps and on the home screen.
A tiny space houses some of the most sophisticated technology iPhone has ever developed. This includes the cameras and sensors that enable Face ID. Go with the iPhone X or iPhone 8 Plus, in case you want a dual-lens camera. Also, if you want optical image stabilization on both the wide-angle and telephoto lenses. While clicking pictures, OIS helps in the shakiness and takes perfect pictures. The camera lens actually moves with your unsteady hands. Now it’s on the telephoto lens, too. This allows your photos with 2x optical zoom to be blur-free as well. The iPhone X camera sensors are also larger and faster. It captures what Apple calls “deep pixels” with either an f/1.8 aperture (wide-angle) or improved f/2.4 aperture (telephoto) lens.
The iPhone X uses its front-facing 7MP TrueDepth camera and its multiple sensors, including a sophisticated dot projector to map your face. According to Apple, it has an infrared camera that lets the Face ID work even in the dark. Apple claims that Face ID won’t be spoofed by photos. For this, Apple worked with Hollywood mask makers. This was done in order to prevent any kind of hackers from breaking into your new iPhone X. Also, it will work with sunglasses and can be disable in times of crisis. You can disable Face ID by holding in the side button for a few seconds. The technology and science used behind Face ID is very complex. Apple says that the Face ID will still work even if you happen to change your appearance a bit. It’ll still ‘just work.’
Portrait Mode Selfies:
Now you can take beautiful selfies with sharp foregrounds and artfully blurred backgrounds. There is a new feature in Portrait mode called the Portrait Lighting. It produces impressive studio‑quality lighting effects. The TrueDepth camera analyzes more than 50 different muscle movements to mirror your expressions in 12 Animoji. So now you can reveal your inner animal. It comes with depth-sensing cameras and precise facial mapping. This lets you create striking studio‑quality lighting effects. The wide-angle and telephoto cameras on iPhone X enable optical zoom. It also allows for digital zoom of up to 10x for photos and 6x for videos.
The iPhone X comes with a second-generation performance controller and custom battery design. It lasts up to two hours longer between charges than iPhone 7. The new Apple‑designed three‑core GPU is up to 30 percent faster than A10 Fusion. There is also an A11 Bionic powers extraordinary augmented reality experiences in games and apps. Also, the iPhone can be charged wirelessly.