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iPhone X — Technical Specifications

iPhone 11 Technical Specifications

Black, Green, Yellow, Purple, (PRODUCT)RED , White

  • 64GB
  • 128GB
  • 256GB

6.84 ounces (194 grams)

  • Liquid Retina HD display
  • 6.1‑inch (diagonal) all-screen LCD Multi-Touch display with IPS technology
  • 1792‑by‑828‑pixel resolution at 326 ppi
  • 1400:1 contrast ratio (typical)
  • True Tone display
  • Wide color display (P3)
  • Haptic Touch
  • 625 nits max brightness (typical)
  • Fingerprint‑resistant oleophobic coating
  • Support for display of multiple languages and characters simultaneously

The iPhone 11 display has rounded corners that follow a beautiful curved design, and these corners are within a standard rectangle. When measured as a standard rectangular shape, the screen is 6.06 inches diagonally (actual viewable area is less).

  • Rated IP68 (maximum depth of 2 meters up to 30 minutes) under IEC standard 60529
  • A13 Bionic chip
  • Third‑generation Neural Engine
  • Dual 12MP Ultra Wide and Wide cameras
  • Ultra Wide: ƒ/2.4 aperture and 120° field of view
  • Wide: ƒ/1.8 aperture
  • 2x optical zoom out; digital zoom up to 5x
  • Portrait mode with advanced bokeh and Depth Control
  • Portrait Lighting with six effects (Natural, Studio, Contour, Stage, Stage Mono, High-Key Mono)
  • Optical image stabilization (Wide)
  • Five‑element lens (Ultra Wide); six‑element lens (Wide)
  • Brighter True Tone flash with Slow Sync
  • Panorama (up to 63MP)
  • Sapphire crystal lens cover
  • 100% Focus Pixels (Wide)
  • Night mode
  • Auto Adjustments
  • Next-generation Smart HDR for photos
  • Wide color capture for photos and Live Photos
  • Advanced red‑eye correction
  • Auto image stabilization
  • Burst mode
  • Photo geotagging
  • Image formats captured: HEIF and JPEG
  • 4K video recording at 24 fps, 30 fps, or 60 fps
  • 1080p HD video recording at 30 fps or 60 fps
  • 720p HD video recording at 30 fps
  • Extended dynamic range for video up to 60 fps
  • Optical image stabilization for video (Wide)
  • 2x optical zoom out; digital zoom up to 3x
  • Audio zoom
  • Brighter True Tone flash
  • QuickTake video with subject tracking
  • Slo‑mo video support for 1080p at 120 fps or 240 fps
  • Time‑lapse video with stabilization
  • Cinematic video stabilization (4K, 1080p, and 720p)
  • Continuous autofocus video
  • Take 8MP still photos while recording 4K video
  • Playback zoom
  • Video formats recorded: HEVC and H.264
  • Stereo recording
  • 12MP camera
  • ƒ/2.2 aperture
  • Portrait mode with advanced bokeh and Depth Control
  • Portrait Lighting with six effects (Natural, Studio, Contour, Stage, Stage Mono, High‑Key Mono)
  • Animoji and Memoji
  • 4K video recording at 24 fps, 30 fps, or 60 fps
  • 1080p HD video recording at 30 fps or 60 fps
  • Slo‑mo video support for 1080p at 120 fps
  • Next‑generation Smart HDR for photos
  • Extended dynamic range for video at 30 fps
  • Cinematic video stabilization (4K, 1080p, and 720p)
  • Wide color capture for photos and Live Photos
  • Retina Flash
  • Auto image stabilization
  • Burst mode
  • Enabled by TrueDepth camera for facial recognition
  • Pay with your iPhone using Face ID in stores, within apps, and on the web
  • Send and receive money in Messages
  • Complete purchases made with Apple Pay on your Mac
  • Credit card created by Apple, designed for iPhone
  • Use the Wallet app to apply for, manage, and use Apple Card
  • Pay with Apple Pay using Face ID in stores, within apps, and on the web
  • Titanium, laser‑etched physical credit card for use where Apple Pay is not accepted yet

Model A2111 *

  • FDD‑LTE (Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 29, 30, 66, 71)
  • TD‑LTE (Bands 34, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 46, 48)
  • CDMA EV‑DO Rev. A (800, 1900 MHz)
  • UMTS/HSPA+/DC‑HSDPA (850, 900, 1700/2100, 1900, 2100 MHz)
  • GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)

All models

  • Gigabit-class LTE with 2×2 MIMO and LAA 4
  • 802.11ax Wi‑Fi 6 with 2×2 MIMO
  • Bluetooth 5.0 wireless technology
  • Ultra Wideband chip for spatial awareness 5
  • NFC with reader mode
  • Express Cards with power reserve
  • Built-in GPS/GNSS
  • Digital compass
  • Wi‑Fi
  • Cellular
  • iBeacon microlocation
  • FaceTime video calling over Wi‑Fi or cellular
  • FaceTime audio
  • Voice over LTE (VoLTE) 4
  • Wi‑Fi calling 4
  • Audio formats supported: AAC‑LC, HE‑AAC, HE‑AAC v2, Protected AAC, MP3, Linear PCM, Apple Lossless, FLAC, Dolby Digital (AC‑3), Dolby Digital Plus (E‑AC‑3), Dolby Atmos, and Audible (formats 2, 3, 4, Audible Enhanced Audio, AAX, and AAX+)
  • Spatial audio playback
  • User‑configurable maximum volume limit
  • Video formats supported: HEVC, H.264, MPEG‑4 Part 2, and Motion JPEG
  • Supports Dolby Vision and HDR10 content
  • AirPlay Mirroring, photos, and video out to Apple TV (2nd generation or later) 7
  • Video mirroring and video out support: Up to 1080p through Lightning Digital AV Adapter and Lightning to VGA Adapter (adapters sold separately) 7
  • Use your voice to send messages, set reminders, and more
  • Get intelligent suggestions on your Lock screen and in Messages, Mail, QuickType, and more
  • Activate hands‑free with only your voice using “Hey Siri”
  • Use your voice to run shortcuts from your favorite apps

Built‑in stereo speaker

Built‑in stereo speaker
Built‑in microphone

Lasts up to 1 hour longer than iPhone X R

  • Face ID
  • Barometer
  • Three‑axis gyro
  • Accelerometer
  • Proximity sensor
  • Ambient light sensor
  • iOS 13
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Pages, Numbers, Keynote, iMovie, GarageBand, iTunes U, Clips, and Apple Store app are preinstalled.

EarPods with Lightning Connector

  • Dual SIM (nano-SIM and eSIM) 12
  • iPhone 11 is not compatible with existing micro-SIM cards.
  • M3, T4

.jpg, .tiff, .gif (images); .doc and .docx (Microsoft Word); .htm and .html (web pages); .key (Keynote); .numbers (Numbers); .pages (Pages); .pdf (Preview and Adobe Acrobat); .ppt and .pptx (Microsoft PowerPoint); .txt (text); .rtf (rich text format); .vcf (contact information); .xls and .xlsx (Microsoft Excel); .zip; .ics; .usdz (USDZ Universal)

  • Apple ID (required for some features)
  • Internet access 13
  • Syncing to a Mac or PC requires:
  • macOS Catalina 10.15 using the Finder
  • macOS El Capitan 10.11.6 through macOS Mojave 10.14.6 using iTunes 12.8 or later
  • Windows 7 or later using iTunes 12.10 or later (free download from itunes.com/download)

32° to 95° F (0° to 35° C)

−4° to 113° F (−20° to 45° C)

5% to 95% noncondensing

tested up to 10,000 feet (3000 m)

English (Australia, UK, U.S.), Chinese (Simplified, Traditional, Traditional Hong Kong), French (Canada, France), German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish (Latin America, Spain), Arabic, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil, Portugal), Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese

English (Australia, Canada, India, Singapore, UK, U.S.), Chinese — Simplified (Handwriting, Pinyin QWERTY, Pinyin 10 Key, Shuangpin, Stroke), Chinese — Traditional (Cangjie, Handwriting, Pinyin QWERTY, Pinyin 10 Key, Shuangpin, Stroke, Sucheng, Zhuyin), French (Belgium, Canada, France, Switzerland), German (Austria, Germany, Switzerland), Italian, Japanese (Kana, Romaji), Korean (2-Set, 10 Key), Spanish (Latin America, Mexico, Spain), Albanian, Arabic (Modern Standard, Najdi), Armenian, Assamese, Azerbaijani, Bangla, Belarusian, Bodo, Bulgarian, Burmese, Cantonese — Traditional (Cangjie, Handwriting, Stroke, Sucheng), Catalan, Cherokee, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dhivehi, Dogri, Dutch, Emoji, Estonian, Faroese, Filipino, Finnish, Flemish, Georgian, Greek, Gujarati, Hawaiian, Hebrew, Hindi (Devanagari, Latin, Transliteration), Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Irish, Kannada, Kashmiri (Arabic, Devanagari), Kazakh, Khmer, Konkani (Devanagari), Kurdish (Arabic, Latin), Kyrgyz, Lao, Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Maithili (Bangla), Malay (Arabic, Latin), Malayalam, Maltese, Manipuri (Bangla, Meetei Mayek), Maori, Marathi, Mongolian, Nepali, Norwegian, Odia, Pashto, Persian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil, Portugal), Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Sanskrit, Santali (Devanagari, Ol Chiki), Serbian (Cyrillic, Latin), Sindhi (Arabic, Devanagari), Sinhala, Slovak, Slovenian, Swahili, Swedish, Tajik, Tamil (Anjal, Tamil 99), Telugu, Thai, Tibetan, Tongan, Turkish, Turkmen, Ukrainian, Urdu, Uyghur, Uzbek (Arabic, Cyrillic, Latin), Vietnamese, Welsh

English (Australia, Canada, India, Singapore, UK, U.S.), Chinese (Simplified, Traditional), French (Belgium, Canada, France, Switzerland), German (Austria, Germany, Switzerland), Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish (Latin America, Mexico, Spain), Arabic (Najdi), Cantonese (Traditional), Dutch, Hindi (Devanagari, Latin), Portuguese (Brazil, Portugal), Russian, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Vietnamese

English (Australia, Canada, India, Ireland, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, UK, U.S.), Spanish (Chile, Mexico, Spain, U.S.), French (Belgium, Canada, France, Switzerland), German (Austria, Germany, Switzerland), Italian (Italy, Switzerland), Japanese, Korean, Mandarin (China mainland, Taiwan), Cantonese (China mainland, Hong Kong), Arabic (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates), Danish (Denmark), Dutch (Belgium, Netherlands), Finnish (Finland), Hebrew (Israel), Malay (Malaysia), Norwegian (Norway), Portuguese (Brazil), Russian (Russia), Swedish (Sweden), Thai (Thailand), Turkish (Turkey)

English (Australia, Canada, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, UK, U.S.), Spanish (Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Spain, Uruguay, U.S.), French (Belgium, Canada, France, Luxembourg, Switzerland), German (Austria, Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland), Italian (Italy, Switzerland), Japanese, Korean, Mandarin (China mainland, Taiwan), Cantonese (China mainland, Hong Kong, Macao), Arabic (Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates), Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch (Belgium, Netherlands), Finnish, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi (India), Hungarian, Indonesian, Malaysian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil, Portugal), Romanian, Russian, Shanghainese (China mainland), Slovak, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese

English, Chinese (Simplified, Traditional), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Hebrew, Hindi, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Thai, Turkish

Arabic, Chinese (Simplified, Traditional), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Korean, Dutch, Hindi, Portuguese, Russian, Thai, Vietnamese

English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Turkish

  • iPhone with iOS 13
  • EarPods with Lightning Connector
  • Lightning to USB Cable
  • USB Power Adapter
  • Documentation

iPhone and the Environment

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iPhone 11 embodies Apple’s continuing environmental progress. It is designed with the following features to reduce environmental impact:

  • Arsenic‑free display glass
  • Mercury‑free display
  • Brominated flame retardant–free
  • PVC‑free
  • Beryllium‑free
  • Recyclable low‑carbon aluminum

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iPhone X tech specs

Anthony Bouchard on September 12, 2017

Apple took the stage on Tuesday to announce a significant step forward in the iPhone as an everyday handset. The iPhone X gives Apple’s smartphone a sexy edge-to-edge OLED display complete with wireless charging, Face ID, and a whole truckload of other new features worth mentioning.

In this piece, we’ll provide an overview of the tech specs of Apple’s new flagship smartphone, which you can pre-order beginning October 27 th and begins shipping this November.

The tech specs of the iPhone X are listed below:

Finish:

Capacity:

Size & Weight:

  • Height: 5.65 inches (143.6 mm)
  • Width: 2.79 inches (70.9 mm)
  • Depth: 0.30 inch (7.7 mm)
  • Weight: 6.14 ounces (174 grams)

Display:

  • Super Retina HD display
  • 5.8-inch (diagonal) all-screen OLED Multi-Touch display
  • HDR display
  • 2436-by-1125-pixel resolution at 458 ppi
  • 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio (typical)
  • True Tone display
  • Wide color display (P3)
  • 3D Touch
  • 625 cd/m2 max brightness (typical)
  • Fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating
  • Support for display of multiple languages and characters simultaneously

Audio:

  • Built-in stereo speakers
  • Built-in microphones

Splash, water, and dust resistance:

  • Rated IP67 under IEC standard 60529

Chip:

  • A11 six-core Bionic chip with 64-bit architecture
  • Neural engine
  • Embedded M11 motion coprocessor

Camera:

  • 12MP wide-angle and telephoto cameras
  • Wide-angle: ƒ/1.8 aperture
  • Telephoto: ƒ/2.4 aperture
  • Optical zoom; digital zoom up to 10x
  • Portrait mode
  • Portrait Lighting (beta)
  • Dual optical image stabilization
  • Six‑element lens
  • Quad-LED True Tone flash with Slow Sync
  • Panorama (up to 63MP)
  • Sapphire crystal lens cover
  • Backside illumination sensor
  • Hybrid IR filter
  • Autofocus with Focus Pixels
  • Tap to focus with Focus Pixels
  • Live Photos with stabilization
  • Wide color capture for photos and Live Photos
  • Improved local tone mapping
  • Body and face detection
  • Exposure control
  • Noise reduction
  • Auto HDR for photos
  • Auto image stabilization
  • Burst mode
  • Timer mode
  • Photo geotagging
  • Image formats captured: HEIF and JPEG

Video recording:

  • 4K video recording at 24 fps, 30 fps, or 60 fps
  • 1080p HD video recording at 30 fps or 60 fps
  • 720p HD video recording at 30 fps
  • Optical image stabilization for video
  • Optical zoom; 6x digital zoom
  • Quad-LED True Tone flash
  • Slo‑mo video support for 1080p at 120 fps or 240 fps
  • Time‑lapse video with stabilization
  • Cinematic video stabilization (1080p and 720p)
  • Continuous autofocus video
  • Body and face detection
  • Noise reduction
  • Take 8MP still photos while recording 4K video
  • Playback zoom
  • Video geotagging
  • Video formats recorded: HEVC and H.264

TrueDepth camera:

  • 7MP camera
  • Portrait mode
  • Portrait Lighting (beta)
  • Animoji
  • 1080p HD video recording
  • Retina Flash
  • ƒ/2.2 aperture
  • Wide color capture for photos and Live Photos
  • Auto HDR
  • Backside illumination sensor
  • Body and face detection
  • Auto image stabilization
  • Burst mode
  • Exposure control
  • Timer mode

Face ID:

  • Enabled by TrueDepth camera for facial recognition

Apple Pay:

  • Pay with your iPhone using Face ID in stores, within apps, and on the web
  • Complete purchases made with Apple Pay on your Mac
  • Receive and redeem rewards using rewards cards

Carriers:

Cellular & wireless:

  • FDD-LTE (Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 66)
  • TD-LTE (Bands 34, 38, 39, 40, 41)
  • TD-SCDMA 1900 (F), 2000 (A)
  • CDMA EV-DO Rev. A (800, 1900, 2100 MHz)
  • UMTS/HSPA+/DC-HSDPA (850, 900, 1700/2100, 1900, 2100 MHz)
  • GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
  • Model A1901
    • FDD-LTE (Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 66)
    • TD-LTE (Bands 34, 38, 39, 40, 41)
    • UMTS/HSPA+/DC-HSDPA (850, 900, 1700/2100, 1900, 2100 MHz)
    • GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
  • All models
    • 802.11ac Wi‑Fi with MIMO
    • Bluetooth 5.0 wireless technology
    • NFC with reader mode
  • Location:

    • Assisted GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and QZSS
    • Digital compass
    • Wi-Fi
    • Cellular
    • iBeacon microlocation

    Video calling:

    • FaceTime video calling over Wi‑Fi or cellular

    Audio calling:

    • FaceTime audio
    • Voice over LTE (VoLTE)
    • Wi‑Fi calling

    Audio playback:

    • Audio formats supported: AAC-LC, HE-AAC, HE-AAC v2, Protected AAC, MP3, Linear PCM, Apple Lossless, FLAC, Dolby Digital (AC-3), Dolby Digital Plus (E-AC-3), and Audible (formats 2, 3, 4, Audible Enhanced Audio, AAX, and AAX+)
    • User-configurable maximum volume limit

    Video playback:

    • Video formats supported: HEVC, H.264, MPEG-4 Part 2, and Motion JPEG
    • High Dynamic Range with Dolby Vision and HDR10 content
    • AirPlay Mirroring, photos, and video out to Apple TV (2nd generation or later)
    • Video mirroring and video out support: Up to 1080p through Lightning Digital AV Adapter and Lightning to VGA Adapter (adapters sold separately)

    Siri:

    • Use your voice to send messages, set reminders, and more
    • Get intelligent suggestions in Messages, Mail, QuickType, and more
    • Activate with only your voice using “Hey Siri”
    • Listen and identify songs

    External buttons and connectors:

    • Volume up/down button
    • Ring/silent switch
    • Side button
    • Lightning connector

    Power & battery:

    • Lasts up to 2 hours longer than iPhone 7
    • Talk time (wireless): up to 21 hours
    • Internet use: up to 12 hours
    • Video playback (wireless): up to 13 hours
    • Audio playback (wireless): up to 60 hours
    • Fast-charge capable:
      • Up to 50% charge in 30 minutes
      • Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery
      • Wireless charging (works with Qi chargers)
      • Charging via USB to computer system or power adapter

    Sensors:

    • Face ID
    • Barometer
    • Three-axis gyro
    • Accelerometer
    • Proximity sensor
    • Ambient light sensor

    Headphones:

    • EarPods with Lightning Connector

    SIM Card:

    • Nano-SIM
    • iPhone X is not compatible with existing micro-SIM cards

    Operating system:

    Environmental requirements:

    • Operating ambient temperature: 32° to 95° F (0° to 35° C)
    • Nonoperating temperature: −4° to 113° F (−20° to 45° C)
    • Relative humidity: 5% to 95% noncondensing
    • Operating altitude: tested up to 10,000 feet (3000 m)

    In the box:

    • iPhone X with iOS 11
    • EarPods with Lightning Connector
    • Lightning to 3.5 mm Headphone Jack Adapter
    • Lightning to USB Cable
    • USB Power Adapter
    • Documentation

    That just about wraps things up for the major specs of the new iPhone X. Are you impressed with the device? Share in the comments below!

    iPhone X – All Features and Technical Specifications Explained

    Apple has finally unveiled its most advanced smartphone till date – the iPhone X. Here’s all you need to know about it.

    Apple has been working on this masterpiece for years. This new smartphone kickstarts a new era of modern technology.

    Table of Contents

    Designed from the ground up

    Apple was playing it safe and sticking to a tried and tested design since the last three generations. However, all of that changes with the new iPhone X.

    This smartphone comes with an “infinity” screen that encompasses the edges of the device, except the speaker. This feature will be used to counter Samsung’s growing influence in the display arena.

    Apart from that, the physical Home button, present since the very first iPhone, has now been removed altogether.

    The front and back portion of the smartphone is composed of glass, with a steel edge which acts as a tether for both these portions. This is reminiscent of the design of all devices older than the iPhone 6.

    A new 5.8-inch OLED Display

    Rumors confirmed that the upcoming iPhone will have an OLED screen a year before the actual release. This smartphone does come with a new 5.8-inch high-resolution OLED display with a stunning contrast.

    Apple has labeled this the “Super Retina” display. It will support Ultra HD and HDR standards for crystal-clear quality.

    This will allow us to access the best content in the best quality possible.

    A11 Bionic Six-core CPU

    The new iPhone X comes with a new six-core processor called the A11 Bionic. It will be the most powerful processor ever designed by the Cupertino giant.

    This processor will contain six-cores as opposed to four cores present in iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus. These cores work together in pairs and hence there will be 3 pairs in the A11 Bionic chip.

    One of them will be reserved exclusively for demanding tasks and the other two for less powerful tasks.

    Consequently, all the new up and coming features such as ARKit will work best on the iPhone X.

    It will also provide unparalleled processing power and energy efficiency. This means Apple will continue to dominate all popular benchmarks just like before.

    Better battery life and Wireless charge

    Battery life has always been an issue with pretty much all iPhone models. This is about to change with the new iPhone. It will have a two-hour improvement on the iPhone 7.

    The brand new OLED screen and new processor contribute heavily to its battery life. They have been designed keeping in mind the battery needs of users in 2017.

    After a long time, Apple has finally leaped into the world of wireless charging. iPhone X, along with the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 plus, now comes with wireless charging technology. It is based on the “Qi” standard.

    AR-ready Dual Cameras

    Apple first introduced dual camera in the iPhone 7, which came out a year back. The iPhone X will not only feature dual cameras, they will also be fully AR-ready.

    The new cameras have a vertical orientation, with the flash sandwiched in between the two cameras. This has been done on purpose so as to make the device compatible with ARKit.

    The front sensor will allow you to create Animojis, which are essentially emojis based on your facial expressions. You can send them through iMessage and other chat applications (in the future).

    It will also have selfies with portrait effect, now called “TrueDepth”.

    FaceID

    FaceID is the name of the new security mechanism implemented by Apple in its latest flagship device. With facial recognition, Apple is looking to compete with its arch-rival Samsung and counter a similar security mechanism present in the Galaxy S8.

    FaceID will make use of the two front cameras to recognize the device owner through a series of sophisticated three-dimensional scans. It will work exactly like TouchID and you can use it authorize your App Store purchases and use with Apple Pay.

    Surprisingly, it can recognize the owner in low light conditions and even when the device rests on a table.

    It won’t be long until Apple fully ditches TouchID and move exclusively towards FaceID in upcoming iPhone models.

    Price and availability

    The price, as expected, is outrageously high. It absolutely pips any and all devices currently available on the market or that were released by Apple before.

    The new iPhone X will have two different versions with 64 and 256 GB. The 64 GB variant will cost $999, whereas the 256 GB model will cost $1,149.00.

    The pre-orders will start from 27 October and the device will start shipping from 3 November. No matter which model you choose to go for, it will still end up burning a big hole in your pocket.

    Technical Specifications

    iPhone X review

    The rebooted iPhone we’d been waiting for

    By Gareth Beavis 21 November 2019

    Our Verdict

    The iPhone X was a huge gamble from Apple, yet one that really paid off six months into our testing. Losing the home button and altering the design was a dangerous move, but one that was sorely needed after years of similarity and the premium design, extra power, all-screen front mix together to create — by far — the best iPhone Apple’s ever made. It’s impossible to give a perfect score to something that costs this much — but this is the closest to smartphone perfection Apple has ever got.

    • Great screen
    • Premium, strong design
    • TrueDepth camera is powerful
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    Against

    • The most expensive flagship phone around
    • Metal rim can scuff without case

    Update: the iPhone X has been dropped from Apple’s smartphone line-up, thanks to the coming of the iPhone 11 two years after X. Along with the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, the 2019 guard of Apple handsets prompted the company to reshuffle its smartphone line-upcausing the iPhone X to be dropped.

    You can still pick up the once-cutting-edge handset from retailers and carriers, but it won’t last forever, so if this review encourages you to pick one up, you better hurry!

    Otherwise, the only iPhones that are still part of Apple’s current roster (as well as the new devices) are the iPhone XR, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, so you can still pick these up easily.

    The iPhone X is the huge leap forward that Apple’s handsets needed after ten years, and it’s even better in 2019 thanks to its iOS 13 update. Aside from the original iPhone in 2007, this iPhone is having the biggest impact on Apple’s smartphone direction ever.

    Apple itself is calling it the future of the smartphone, the embodiment of what it’s been trying to achieve for a decade. But while the iPhone X is all about premium parts and an all-new experience, it’s a huge gamble for the Cupertino brand too, as it tries to reclaim some leadership in smartphone innovation.

    Losing known, reliable elements like the Touch ID fingerprint scanner, the home button; introducing new methods of navigating and unlocking the phone – and charging a lot more for the privilege – seems risky for a company that was already treading new ground by doing away with the traditional headphone jack.

    But the iPhone X is the handset we’ve been demanding from Apple for years – a world away from the increasingly-tired designs that those who just want a new iPhone have had to make do with.

    Watch our review of the iPhone X’s design below.

    The fervor around this phone tells that story – everyone wants to know if the iPhone X is worth having, partly because it actually represents a new iPhone, and that fervor is such that they don’t seem to care about the cost.

    So… is the iPhone X worth having? Will it change the direction of an industry where many of the specs Apple has put in – fast charging, wireless charging, bezel-less displays and face recognition – are already on the market?

    We’ve had the iPhone X in our grasp for over a year now, and it’s easily one of the best smartphones around — even in the face of the newer but similar iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max — but there are still a few things that might throw even long-time Apple fans.

    iPhone X specs

    Weight: 174g
    Dimensions: 143.6 x 70.9 x 7.7 mm
    OS: iOS 12
    Screen size: 5.8-inch
    Screen Resolution: 1125×2436
    CPU: A11 Bionic
    RAM: 3GB*
    Storage: 64GB / 256GB
    Battery: 2,716mAh*
    Rear camera: 12MP+12MP (both OIS)
    Front camera: 7MP

    If you’re loving your iPhones X, or considering buying one, the package is about to get a lot more tempting now that iOS 13 is around the corner.

    Apple’s latest operating system, which will be available to the iPhone X, brings many new features like Dark Mode and a range of app speed increases, so you can make the most of your iPhone experience.

    For all the inside information on iOS 13, including all its features and when it’ll be available, check out our iOS 13 coverage now.

    iPhone X price and release date

    • Released on November 3 2017 worldwide
    • Still expensive in 2019
    • Comes in 64GB and 256GB storage sizes

    It’s almost pointless to discuss the iPhone X price – it launched as the most expensive flagship phone on the market and it’s still pricey now, but iPhone users are more willing than most to look past cost.

    But, while the focus here is going to be on the technology, we still need to at least mention the price and release date. It’s out now, having launched worldwide on November 3 2017. The price is harder to swallow.

    At launch, the iPhone X cost $999 / £999 / AU$1,579 for the basic, 64GB model. If you wanted the larger 256GB model it cost $1,149 / £1,149 / AU$1,829.

    Since then of course the iPhone XS has launched and as a result Apple has stopped selling the iPhone X. You can still buy it elsewhere though, and are looking at a starting price of around $900 / £770 / AU$1,479. That’s a slight drop, but not as much as you might expect for a phone that’s over a year old.

    Although it’s expensive for sure, you can use our iPhone X deals page (UK only) to ensure you get the best value contract available.

    Screen

    • By far the best screen on an iPhone prior to XS
    • Clear, vibrant colors
    • Notch at top slightly irks, but doesn’t get in the way

    The first thing you’ll notice about the new iPhone is hard to miss: the new screen blazes into your eyes the second you pick up the handset.

    The 5.8-inch OLED display is, quite simply, the best thing Apple has ever crammed into an iPhone, or it was, until the iPhone XS arrived. It’s leaps ahead of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus for so many reasons: the sharpness, the quality, the fact that it fills the whole front of the phone, and the color reproduction.

    It’s also using a new, longer, screen, but while it looks larger than the iPhone 8 Plus’ 5.5-inch display on paper, it’s only marginally bigger in terms of actual screen real estate – it’s just stretched upwards, so it’s taller, not wider.

    The stretched screen is a completely different experience on the iPhone X

    OLED technology means you’re getting deeper blacks and more blinding whites, so everything from websites to the photos you take in will look a little better.

    Some will point to the fact that Samsung has been using OLED screens on its phones since the first Galaxy, but Apple counters that by saying it’s only now that the technology is good enough for its phones.

    On the face of it that sounds defensive, but when you use the iPhone X you can see it’s a screen that’s incredibly, well, Apple.

    It’s not the sharpest or most colorful screen on a smartphone, but it’s clean, crisp and doesn’t suffer from terrible color shifts when you move it around. It’s a great display to look at from all angles, and that’s what you want on a mobile device.

    It’s also been dubbed the best in the world, by the esteemed DisplayMate testing, showing that it’s the brightest and more color-accurate OLED on the market and good off-centre brightness shifts — showing Apple can tune the tech from Samsung really well.

    The term ‘bezel-less’ has been bandied about for the iPhone X, but that doesn’t really tell the right story. Yes, there are slight bands around the edges of the screen as this isn’t a curved screen iPhone, but they don’t mar the experience – they give the fingers something to land on, preventing accidental touches of the screen.

    Apple could reduce these further in the future and offer a more visually-appealing iPhone, but on the X the experience is still striking.

    Talking of visual appeal, the notch at the top of the iPhone X is something that’s been divisive, and that’s fair. Apple has taken this little chunk out of the top of the screen to house the new TrueDepth camera, and it encroaches on the display. A lot newer Android phones, including the OnePlus 6, copy this style, though even newer phones such as the OnePlus 6T are offering much smaller notches.

    In portrait mode it’s hard to notice it’s there, and the way the notifications bar spills around it is nice.

    However, place the phone in landscape mode and it’s far more noticeable; it’s an irritant when you’re watching movies, as when we wanted to expand them to fill the screen (one of the real beauties of having a longer display) elements of the action were cut out by the notch.

    The longer screen is also thinner though — this means there’s less real estate for typing. We didn’t notice this at the start, but when flipping between the X and an older iPhone, you’ll really see there’s less space for your digits to tap onto.

    While we’re talking about that longer screen, the 18:9 format is something we’ve seen on a number of other phones this year, and in the Android world the apps are largely encoded to fill the display just fine.

    On the iPhone X, however, that’s not the case, with many apps we used packing massive black bars above and below the display. That’s quickly started to improve though, and each day more apps update for the longer screen.

    Native apps have a space below the keyboard where the home button would have gone

    The issue with apps using the black bars is that it makes the iPhone X look like any other handset from Apple — even an iPhone 3GS – and given the screen is the main visual differentiator on this phone, and you want every app to fill the display nicely. There are now very few apps left that have these bars above and below, with most expanding the screen to fill the whole front of the phone and curve around the notch.

    The new display on the iPhone X also showcases a new feature for Apple: HDR playback. The phone can show movies encoded in the HDR10 and Dolby Vision formats, and combined with the OLED display the images offer so much more depth and realistic color reproduction.

    If you’re watching a scene with explosions in it, the effect is incredible on the iPhone X – much like with all OLED screens.

    However, it’s inherently harder to make out detail in darker scenes in HDR movies – that’s something you’ll need to adjust to.

    Compared to the LCD screen of the iPhone 8 Plus, there are times when you can see less of the action, but compare them side by side and you’ll see that the overall richness, depth and quality for watching movies is just higher on the iPhone X.

    Like the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, the X uses a True Tone display, which mimics the lighting conditions around it and will adjust the white balance accordingly. It’s not a reason to buy the phone on its own, but it’s a really premium little extra that you’ll grow to like.

    Apple iPhone X review

    Say goodbye to home buttons and bezels, the new iPhone X is the best Apple phone yet. Tested at £1000

    By What Hi-Fi? 09 November 2017

    Our Verdict

    The Apple iPhone X makes major changes that not everyone will like, but the stunning screen more than makes up the difference

    • Fantastic screen
    • Impressive audio
    • Impeccable performance
    • Attractive design & strong build
    • Great battery life

    Against

    • No headphone jack
    • FaceID not perfect

    After 11 generations, the iPhone was becoming just a bit too predictable. The 8 and 8 Plus arrived to a rather muted reception, with the same basic shape and same iterative spec bumps we’ve been seeing for a decade.

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    The Apple iPhone X is something else entirely. Familiar, yet alien. The same, but different. It scraps signature features that have been ever-present up to now, and forces you to change the way you use your phone.

    Welcome to Apple’s brave new world. It’s one without a home button.

    Design and build

    The iPhone X is a bit larger than the iPhone 8, but has barely any screen bezel – meaning you get a 5.8in display where before there was only room for a 4.7in panel.

    The screen stretches right the way across the front of the phone, leaving no room for a TouchID finger scanner.

    Instead, a TrueDepth camera system uses facial recognition as your password. The multiple IR cameras it relies on actually eat into the usable screen space, leaving a noticeable notch at the top of the phone.

    This distraction aside, the front is just a single slab of glass — and things are just as minimal around the back, with a stainless steel frame holding the two together.

    Apple says its glass is some of the most durable found in any smartphone, but a case could still be a good investment.

    The glass also adds a bit of heft to the phone, and doesn’t quite sit flush to the frame — there’s a bump around the sides you can’t help but feel whenever you pick up the phone.

    The compact dimensions are a lot easier to manage than the iPhone 8 Plus, especially with one hand, and although the visual differences are minor, they are enough to make the X stand out amongst a crowd of iPhone 8s and 8 Pluses.

    The IP67 waterproofing might not be as highly rated as Samsung’s Galaxy S8, but it’s still enough for a swim down to 1m for up to 30 minutes. Accidental dunkings shouldn’t automatically mean a call to your insurance provider.

    Apple’s usual selection of colours has been stripped right back to two: Space Grey and Silver. The former is definitely subtler, with a darker stainless steel frame, whereas the Silver version is difficult to miss with its shiny polished finish.

    Screen

    The notch will certainly divide opinions, but in all other respects, the X has an absolutely gorgeous display.

    It marks the first time an iPhone has used an OLED display, rather than LCD. Previous iPhones coped well with dark scenes, but the X goes a step further with more definition and shadow detail, thanks to the same incredible contrast and deep, inky blacks seen in Samsung’s Galaxy S8.

    In fact, Samsung produces the 2436 x 1125 panel to Apple’s specifications. It uses a Pentile pixel grid, which on paper might not resolve as much detail as an RGB panel, but some clever processing makes it difficult to spot any real shortfall of resolution with the naked eye.

    Textures have real definition, outlines are precise, and fine details are there when you look for them.

    Apple has avoided the harsh, overly vibrant colours seen on other OLED phones by delivering a more restrained balance. Videos and photos are still rich and vivid, without appearing unnatural.

    The varied colour palette of Stranger Things Season two’s opening episode really bring this to the fore, thanks in part to the X’s support for Dolby Vision.

    Netflix is one of the few apps that plays HDR video right now, with others expected to follow soon.

    There is some minor off-angle colour shift, but viewing angles are otherwise excellent, with little in the way of reflection to obstruct your view. Brightness is good for an OLED panel, too, making it easy to read the screen in direct sunlight.

    The TrueTone adaptive colour temperature system from the iPad Pro also makes an appearance, stripping the blue light out of the display and warming things up for a more natural, subtle appearance without adversely affecting overall colour balance.

    As a multimedia device, though, the notch does intrude into videos and games. Combined with the skinny 19.5:9 aspect ratio, the 5.8in iPhone X actually has less usable space overall than the 5.5in iPhone 8 Plus.

    Sound

    Apple has been the phone to beat when it comes to audio, despite losing the 3.5mm headphone port last year, and that doesn’t really change with the X.

    Using the bundled adapter might be a deal-breaker for some, but stable wireless performance over Bluetooth goes some way to make up for it.

    There’s still no official hi-res support within iTunes, even if Apple officially lists FLAC support on its website through the new My Files app. None of our CD-quality FLAC files would play.

    Instead, we stick with WAV, and it’s here that performance stays as reassured as it has always been, thanks to superb timing and a fantastic balance of all the different elements that make up a track.

    Bass is detailed, the midrange engaging and precise, and treble restrained, while maintaining expression and richness. The X copes brilliantly with texture and overlapping instruments, which aren’t always handled well by smartphones.

    All combined, it’s a performance that really helps the iPhone X out-muscle its competition, with an experience that is only really topped by dedicated music players.

    The on-board stereo speakers put in a good performance of their own, too. They are significantly louder than any iPhone to date, with a cleaner sound that commands more presence than before, so going headphone-free isn’t such a chore.

    Features

    The dual-lens camera first introduced in last year’s iPhone 7 Plus has seen several improvements for the X, including optical image stabilisation on both the f/1.8 wide-angle and f/2.8 telephoto lenses, instead of just one.

    The sensors themselves are uprated with larger, ‘deeper’ pixels for better low-light performance and dynamic range, plus a new colour filter for more saturated colours.

    The telephoto lens is able to get closer to your subject without losing detail. It’s just as quick to focus, and matches the main sensor for quality in good light.

    HDR mode is always on now, and does an excellent job of balancing tricky lighting conditions.

    Like all iPhones, the X’s photos tend to lean towards more vivid, vibrant colours, which aren’t always true to life. But the X is still one of the most adept smartphone cameras we’ve tested. It is flexible too, thanks to the overhauled Portrait mode.

    In default mode, the fake bokeh effect is a little more realistic, while the new Portrait Lighting effect uses both cameras to map the contours of your face, then applies digital effects to recreate the lighting of a studio lamp.

    Like all new iPhones, the X arrives with Apple’s latest OS on board, only here you get some unique additions. The iOS 11 Control Centre is dragged down from the top right corner of the screen, rather than dragged up from the bottom, and you have to swipe up to close apps now that there’s no Home button.

    A floating indicator constantly reminds you of this fact, even in certain full-screen video apps and games, which is annoying.

    The way certain apps have yet to be updated to accommodate the screen notch is irritating, too – they either ignore it completely, leaving huge black bars, or forget it’s there and render important UI elements where you can’t see them.

    With FaceID taking the home button’s place, you also have to double-tap the side button to activate Apple Pay, or hold it down to wake up Siri now.

    At least FaceID works well, mapping and recognising your facial features in about half a second. Because it relies on infra red, it can sometimes be caught out in bright light, and covering up any part of your face will give it trouble too.

    You do get to have fun with the tech, courtesy of Animojis. These animated emoticons follow your facial movements and record your speech, so you can litter your iMessage conversations with animated monkeys, unicorns, and yes, the poop emoji.

    It’s a novelty, but effective in showing the TrueDepth camera in action.

    Performance

    With the same A11 Bionic chip as the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, the X really does have performance to spare.

    More powerful than last year’s hardware and with a new in-house graphics chip, it keeps iOS 11 running smoothly, even when running the growing number of augmented-reality games available from the App Store.

    It might be physically smaller, but some double-stacked circuit board origami has made enough room inside the X for an even bigger battery than the iPhone 8 Plus. As a result, the battery will easily last an entire day with power to spare.

    Apple has introduced fast charging, but you’ll have to pay an extra £75 for the USB-C to Lightning cable and USB-C power adapter. That gives you a 50 per cent recharge in 30 minutes, instead of an hour with the bundled adapter.

    Wireless charging is now an option, too. You’ll need a compatible charger, but don’t have to rely on Apple – the X uses the Qi charging standard, and there are plenty of supported chargers to choose from.

    Verdict

    It might have waved goodbye to longstanding iPhone traditions such as the home button, and that notch won’t please everyone, but the X more than makes up for it with the best screen Apple has ever fitted to a smartphone.

    Audio might not have received as much attention as the display, but Apple was already ahead of the game in this field, and continues its lead here.

    FaceID is a worthy replacement for the deleted fingerprint sensor too, even if it isn’t perfect. Performance is exemplary and the dual cameras are still some of the best around. Even battery life is up to par – no means a guarantee for an iPhone.

    It carries a hefty price premium, but if you resisted temptation on the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, the X will absolutely have been worth the wait.

    Apple iPhone X

    • Market Status Released
    • Release Date September 2017

    Apple iPhone X Review

    • Design
    • Display
    • Software
    • Performance
    • Battery Life
    • Camera
    • Value for Money
    • Good
    • Stunning design and display
    • Great cameras
    • Wireless charging
    • Assured, timely software updates
    • Bad
    • Costs a small fortune
    • First party apps not great in India
    • Fast charger not bundled

    It’s safe to say that the iPhone X has been the most-talked about tech product of 2017. The anticipation for the tenth anniversary iPhone started last year, well before the usual time for the iPhone rumour mill to start whirring. While the launch itself may have been without too many surprises — thanks to the generous number of leaks, the biggest from Apple itself — that didn’t stop the iPhone X from grabbing everyone’s attention, not least because it made Rs. 1 lakh phones a reality.

    Apple iPhone X Summary

    The iPhone X has to be one of the most-talked about tech products of 2017, and introduces a brand new paradigm for interaction, with gestures replacing buttons and a larger screen than on any previous iPhone. It shares most of its internals with the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, including Apple’s own A11 Bionic chip and support for wireless charging. However, the 5.8-inch AMOLED panel is a first for any iPhone. Overall, the iPhone X display is great. The notch at the top contains the front camera and 3D sensors that make Face ID recognition possible. It works seamlessly and reliably on most occasions. Attention detection ensures that no one can unlock your iPhone X by simply pointing the device at your face when you are not looking. Animoji is a cool new feature that lets you pick an emoji and animate it using your own facial movements. You get optical image stabilisation on both rear cameras, and the iPhone X takes great pictures in nearly all scenarios.

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