Facial recognition, OLED display, and an all screen edge to edge display are some of the new features on the brand new iPhone X which launches Nov 3rd, at $999. The iPhone 8 will price at $699, and $700 for the plus version. I'm still learning all the changes and features on the models but from what I've seen so far not sure if I would upgrade simply because I'm not sure I would even use or need any of these new features. I'm the type of person where I like to see things and actually mess around with it in my hands. But, if anything I would probably be interested in getting a closer look at the X. Anyone here already plan on copping either the 8 or X?
Apple’s Tim Cook reveals iPhone X and calls it “the biggest leap forward since the original iPhone."— Dylan Byers (@DylanByers) September 12, 2017
iPhone X is blueprint for the iPhone's new hardware direction. OLED display and new design is likely to standard on future iPhone models. pic.twitter.com/cvMsiNv9b4— Ben Wood (@benwood) September 12, 2017
Face ID is powered by the True Depth Camera System. Infrared camera, flood illuminator, dot projector, and front camera. pic.twitter.com/KOYzkvGPUi— MacRumorsLive (@macrumorslive) September 12, 2017
So I can just take your phone while you’re asleep, hold it up in front of your face, and unlock it? Sweet.— Joe Brown (@joemfbrown) September 12, 2017
iPhone 8 vs iPhone X? Is facial recognition worth it? I'm leaning towards no. Plus I kind of like the home button.— Will Conway (@wicon81) September 12, 2017