- Aug 4, 2021
Apple launched its iPhone X on September 12 and made an official announcement that its pre-orders will begin on Oct. 27. During the unveil event of the iPhone X, the Cupertino company had confirmed that its shipments will begin on Nov. 3. But a recent report has claimed that the shipment of the first 1 million iPhone X units will begin in December. In spite of these official dates, a storm raised on social media as some photos and videos of actual iPhone X were being uploaded.
The images display lock screen in the first image and home screen in next image. After a careful observation, it can be noticed that the related snaps are being taken on 30 September. Accordingly, sources state that these images were maybe uploaded by an Apple employee.
One of the images further features a disclaimer at the bottom of the screen as “Confidential and Proprietary”. From the view, we can derive that the handset has a special build of iOS onboard. The rear image of the iPhone X shows its sleek design and the vertically stacked dual cameras.
This video lasts only for 9 seconds where we can see live wallpapers. The handset is rich black in color, which features differently sized red bubbles floating around the screen.
Apple is reportedly struggling with the production of the TrueDepth camera system, therefore, the smartphone is being manufactured in limited quantity.
The 64GB iPhone X carries a pricing of $999 and its 256 GB model is priced at $1,199. The video can be viewed through the source link. After watching the video, we can assure that its worth owning this masterpiece. So, would you love to flaunt it in your hand? Share your views with us regarding this.