In the year 2007, January, Steve Jobs unveiled the original Apple iPhone and the mobile and personal computing industries never remained the same again after that. Ten years from that very day. At the building named after the late Apple co-founder- his successor Tim Cook took the stage to launch the iPhone X, the phone that he and Apple believe will take care of the smartphone industry for the next 10 years.
The iPhone X was announced as the 10th edition of the iPhone as it completed the 10-year anniversary. It represents the most radical changes to Apple’s design language in the iPhone’s ten-year history, also almost the entire face of the phone is now having the display. Saving for the small portion at the top of the front edge- more on that we shall cover later. – the iPhone X has a thin bezel on all four sides, though you wouldn’t call it ‘bezel-less’. This also means that the newest and the most expensive iPhone-ever looks nothing like its predecessors, though the overall design is pretty like what we’ve seen on a few Android phones, both with and without that notch.
In the body which is smaller than the iPhone 7, Apple has packed in a display which is almost 5.8-inch display and it is the largest on a smartphone. Belatedly, Apple has also caught up with the Android devices when it comes to having a screen-to-body ratio that’s befitting a smartphone shipping in 2017. That’s not all- another piece of tech which is witnessed in smartphones by the likes of the Samsung and (other) now makes it iPhone- debut.
Another fun new iPhone X feature that the TrueDepth camera system enables is called Animoji. This will allow you to send a message where emojis can look like your face and sound like your voice.