It is that time of the year. Not Christmas yet, although Apple fanatics will judge it even more relevant. New iPhones have been presented, the #8 model, in two versions, plus the iPhone X, celebrating the tenth anniversary of the first iPhone.
The first difference is the screen: the 8 comes with a 4.7 inch or a slightly bigger one at 5.5. The X is only sold with a 5.8 screen. It’s not just bigger, though. The display uses the OLED technology instead of a standard LCD.
The most futuristic feature, however, is possibly the biometrics it uses: instead of Touch ID, iPhone X uses a 3D scan of the owner’s face to unlock. The 8 will reter the touch button. Even charging will be simpler, as soon as the two new models come out: a charging pad will allow charging without even plugging in. It will be enough to leave the phone on the set. Battery on the X should last longer, while the 8 will be comparable to the 7.
Another improvement on the X will be the image stabilization on its dual camera, a feature that it shares with the 8+.
The new models will come out at different times: the 8 will be available for preorder on September 15th and will be in stores on September 22nd, while the X will be out on November 3rd. Prices will start at 839 euros for the 8 and 1189 euros for the X.
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