Apple’s brand new hands-on‐iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus launch event of 2017 has been held on schedule at Apple Park, Apple's new headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. On September 12th, the 10th anniversary product of the very first iPhone, iPhone X (pronounced “iPhone 10”), was unveiled at Steves Jobs Theatre, together with new iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Apple Watch 3, 4K Apple TV and several new accessories.
The extensive leaks and speculations of the 10th anniversary smartphone has failed to impress the world, but iPhone X, coming with the all-screen, Face ID, wireless charging as well as the high price ($999) still held enthusiasm and made the new Apple iPhone pop.
Three main highlights of iPhone X rouse the iPhone-fanciers' curiosity.
iPhone X is a 5.8-inch Apple design of full screen or Super Retina display. The edge-to-edge OLED screen covers the whole front of the smartphone and leaves no place for the Home button. The phone is in the resolution of 2436 x 1125, a nice size and right-felt phone to hold in the hand like iPhone 4. To some extent, iPhone X was designed in memory of Apple's founder, Steve Jobs. The phone design equally returns to the very first version of iPhone, which has glass on both the front and the back panel and has the stainless steel around the sides.
Since the Home button was abandoned to make more room for the OLED screen, the Touch ID is taken place by the Face ID. The new facial recognition technology can quickly unlock the phone with the portrait lighting feature. When the user looks at the screen, the front-facing portrait mode system at the top small space will build and read the user's facial map. Then user creates a unique ID for his or her iPhone X, which can authenticate in many scenes, including using Apple Wallet.
Thanks to the sensors on the front panel, iPhone X comes with fantastic camera features. The front-facing TrueDepth camera can take as high-quality Portrait mode selfies as iPhone 7 Plus rear cameras. Also, the camera can read and analyze user's facial muscle movements to project the facial expressions on Animoji so that the user can play the emoji in the messages view.
iPhone X supports wireless charging. By placing the gadget on AirPower, the wireless charging mat, the phone can charge anywhere with wireless signals, like airport, car, library, café, etc. The glass back enables the Qi wireless charging on iPhone X as well as other three new Apple products, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Apple Watch 3 and the new AirPods. Of course, users need to pay dollars for the pricey iPhone X and the wireless charging mat (available next year).
The three new iPhones all come with the same A11 Bionic processor and will be the first phones to load the latest iOS 11 apps. For more specs information, click here.
The new iPhone of 2017 makes the "iFanciers" crazy with not only its awesome technology improvements but also the amazing price. The base 64 GB iPhone X is priced at $999 while the 256GB model priced at $1,149.
If you're ready to pay a premium for the new iPhone X, you have to wait for it until this November. Preorder for iPhone X starts on Oct. 27th and the machine will be available on Nov. 3rd. You can go to the Apple Website for it.
Another two key points you should pay attention to are the USB connection issue and iOS files issue for the new Apple iPhones.
USB drivers are the necessary programs to allow your Windows desktop or laptop to detect your Apple devices, like iPhone, iPad, iPod, etc.
If the computer fails to recognize the iPhone X, iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus, then you need to reinstall the USB drivers for your iPhone. Driver Talent is the leading product of OSToto Co., Ltd that helps to install the best-matched USB drivers for iPhone, iPad and other USB available Apple devices.
You can download it via the button above if you come across the USB connection issue or USB Type-C connection issue of your iPhone 6S, iPhone 7, iPad Pro as well as the future iPhone X.
It is very common to transfer data between iPhone and computer, such as music, apps, photos, videos, books, contacts, messages, etc. But it is complicated and time-consuming to use iTunes for iOS files management. Besides, the “iTunes has stopped working” error message often pops up. Alternatively, the intuitive and quick way to transfer iOS files from iPhone to PC is using iPhone file managers, which could greatly save your time and frustration.
Such iOS file managers support iOS data management between iPhone X/iPhone 8/iPhone 8 Plus/iPhone 7/ iPhone 7 Plus/iPhone 6s/other Apple models and the Windows OS. You can use them to transfer, backup, delete or recover files on your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, etc.
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