iPhone X Demo Gone Wrong?
By Faith Magbanua, September 14, 2017 00:09 AM
As we all know, Apple has once again broke the internet as they released not two, but three new iPhone for this year's upgrade.
Millions of people from around the world, whether they may be Android users or not, have been anticipating the much awaited release for Apple's iPhone 8, but much to their surprise, the multi-billion-dollar company has another trick in their sleeve as they also launch the iPhone X (the X reads as ten).
iPhone X; however, serves as the company's tenth anniversary phone that features a lot of amazing stuff inside the 5.8 display.
However, things got a little awkward as one of Apple's top executives had an embarrassing moment when showing off the company's new iPhone.
Software chief Craig Federighi attempted to access the phone using the new facial recognition feature, Face ID, but couldn't.
What seems to be the most embarrassing 30 seconds of his life doesn't seem to bother the audience as they are still very eager to know more about the latest model for Apple's tenth anniversary.
What makes iPhone X unique?
Unlike its other siblings from the Apple family, the new iPhone X features more new stuff into any device since the original iPhone.
It's considered as the most completely redesign version of the product and even offers a glimpse at what the iPhone might become when the world no longer wants smartphones.
What sets it apart from the other iPhones is the lack of the traditional home button. The button is replaced in the iPhone X for the newest "Face ID" feature.
Currently, the iPhone X retails for $999, the most expensive iPhone-yet depending on the storage capacity in question. Preorders begin in October and will be available by November this year. Meanwhile, iPhone 8 will be available for preorder this week in two storage configurations and will be available worldwide later this month.
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