“iPhone X is the future of the smartphone. It packed with new technologies, like the innovative TrueDepth camera system, Super Retina display and super fast A11 Bionic chip with neural engine,”
“iPhone X enables fluid new user experiences — from unlocking your iPhone with Face Recognition to playing immersive AR games to sharing Animoji in Messages — it is the beginning of the next ten years for iPhone.”
The iPhone X is presenting Brilliance to the edges. By Applying innovative folding and circuit stacking technology, the OLED panel follows the curves of the device into the farthest reaches of the corners. Then it uses a process called sub pixel anti-aliasing to tune individual pixels for smooth, distortion-free edges.
iPhone 8 ‘X Edition’ concept with MacBook Pro-like Touch Bar …
With the addition of this near-full-face display, we lose the home button completely and Touch ID with it. That means you can no longer log in with your fingerprint; instead, you use your face and a swiping gesture. Swiping to unlock is back, and I’m honestly not a fan.
What could be more natural than a touch? A look. That was the insight behind Face ID, a robust and secure authentication system that’s even more convenient than Touch ID. It makes unlocking and paying fast, easy, and intuitive.
iOS remains the best smartphone operating system and the iPhone’s biggest advantage over its competition. Apple’s operating system is the only smartphone platform that comes with consistent, guaranteed updates. And it’s the only one that routinely brings cutting-edge features, like augmented reality, to older phones.
The stainless steel band that wraps around and reinforces iPhone X is a special Apple-designed alloy that’s both durable and purer, and it polishes beautifully. For space grey finish, we use a process called physical vapour deposition to precisely match the colour of the stainless steel band to that of the glass.
With Face ID, iPhone X unlocks when you’re looking at it. It’s designed to resist spoofing by photos or masks. Your facial map is encrypted and protected by the Secure Enclave. And authentication happens instantly on the device, not in the cloud.
Design: More significantly, Apple has given the iPhone X a major makeover. It’s ditched the Home button at the bottom of the device, favouring the use of facial recognition technology (called FaceID) for unlocking rather than its TouchID fingerprint system. The firm says there is a one-in-a-million chance that someone else’s face will be able to unlock a device. There are around 7.4 billion people on Earth. FaceID can also be used to pay for products using Apple Pay.
We’ve always intended iPhone to be a truly wireless device, free from charging cables and headphone cords. With a glass back and an embedded wireless charging system, iPhone X designed for a wireless future.4
Instead, the iPhone X has a nearly bezel-free design with the screen covering almost the entire front of the phone. The designers made room for the front-facing selfie camera and facial recognition; the screen has a slight notch that indents at the top. It has a dual-lens rear facing the camera and will come in the colours silver and space grey.
Close Dual 12MP Cameras Dual 12MP Cameras Can a camera capture more than meets the eye? To find out, we integrated faster, optically image-stabilized cameras with the advanced machine learning of the A11 Bionic chip. The result is a photography system that sees more, understands more, and does more. 12MPwide-angle and telephoto lenses ƒ/1.8wide-angle aperture ƒ/2.4telephoto aperture OISDual optical image stabilisation Wide-Angle Camera A ƒ/1.8 six-element lens, optical image stabilisation (OIS), and a larger, faster 12MP sensor make the most popular camera in the world even better. Telephoto Camera Using a state-of-the-art seven-magnet solution, iPhone X includes a second OIS system in the powerful ƒ/2.4 telephoto camera. Together the two cameras enable optical zoom to bring you closer to your subject. And deliver amazing shots with Portrait mode. Portrait mode.For a more beautiful depth‑of‑field effect. Portrait mode gets even better, with sharper detail, more natural background blurring, improved performance in low light, and access to the flash when you need it. Photo by Geordie Wood Photo by Joyce Kim Photo by Jason Nocito Photo by Jason Nocito Beta Portrait Lighting.Real-time studio lighting effects. Based on core photographic lighting principles, Portrait Lighting combines complex software and hardware like depth‑sensing cameras and facial mapping to produce the effect of real studio lighting. Natural Light Your subject’s face in sharp focus against a blurred background. Photo by Jason Nocito Studio Light A clean look with your subject’s face brightly lit. Photo by Dustin Aksland Contour Light Dramatic shadows with highlights and lowlights. Photo by Geordie Wood Stage Light Your subject’s face spotlit against a deep black background. Photo by Joyce Kim Stage Light Mono Like Stage, but in classic black‑and‑white. Photo by Jason Nocito New advanced ISP.Photo ops optimised. The intelligent, Apple-designed image signal processor detects elements in the scene — like people, motion, and lighting conditions — to tune your photos even before you take them. It also delivers advanced pixel processing, great colour capture, faster autofocus, and better HDR photos. Photo by Jason Nocito Photo by Geordie Wood Photo by Jason Nocito Dual OIS.For images that shine in little light. One of the hardest things in photography is getting great photos and videos in low light. Optical image stabilisation in both rear cameras makes it effortless. So when the day ends, your creativity is just beginning. New filters.Better flash.More fun. From the moment you capture a photo to your final edit, iPhone X makes it even easier to create spectacular shots. And next-generation HEIF compression technology lets you take new photos with the same quality as before at half the file size. So snap away. Live Photo Effects and New Filters Transform a Live Photo you love into a fun video loop. Make it bounce back and forth. Turn fireworks into bright streaks across the sky with a beautiful long exposure effect. And apply new filters for more natural skin tones or to add classic looks to portraiture. Quad-LED True Tone Flash with Slow Sync Slow Sync flash combines a slow shutter speed with a short strobe pulse. It’s useful in low light when you want a brighter foreground subject with a properly exposed background. And the Quad-LED True Tone flash delivers illumination that’s up to two times more uniform, helping to reduce hot spots. Whether you’re a proud parent, a film student, or a working director, iPhone X lets you shoot phenomenal movies. An Apple‑designed video encoder performs real-time image processing for optimal quality. And with HEVC compression, you’ll get the same video quality as before at half the file size. 4K video up to 60 fps Slo-mo1080p up to 240 fps Time‑lapsevideo Steadier videos. Advanced video stabilisation uses a new, larger sensor and the powerful ISP to stabilise everything you’re shooting. And optical image stabilisation is designed to reduce motion blur and handshake in low-light videos. So your movies look steady even if your hand isn’t. Photos were taken with iPhone X. We asked amateur and professional photographers around the world to take iPhone X and shoot what inspires them. The images they captured are beautiful examples of what the cameras on iPhone X can do. Photo by Geordie Wood Photo by Geordie Wood Photo by Joyce Kim Photo by Jack Davison Photo by Geordie Wood Photo by Geordie Wood Photo by Jack Davison Photo by Grant Cornett Photo by Jason Nocito Photo by Geordie Wood Close Dual 12MP Cameras.
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