24 Fresh & Official iPhone X Images For You To Satiate All Must Have Cravings For The Smartphone With Facial Recognition – Take A Look!
If there’s one thing that gets us more excited than a new smartphone launch, it’s the images. While specifications are all well and good, most flagships don’t disappoint in the performance sector. But when we talk about looks, the flagship world as a whole has only just started to appreciate their significance. Well, except Apple of course. For Cupertino, aesthetics have always been a crucial part of a gadget’s design. And it doesn’t disappoint today either. We’ve got 24 iPhone X images for you today. Take a look!
These 24 iPhone X Images Show The Device From All Angles, In All Color Options And With All The Details
The iPhone X is perhaps the most waited for iPhone in recent Apple history. It’s no secret that Apple has dropped the ball lately. And that too with the one product that accounts for nearly 70% of revenue. Well, maybe shareholder pressure has some benefits after all. Ever since Carl Icahn’s departure, a lot of folks have felt jitters for the company. And Tim Cook isn’t Steve Jobs. He can’t ignore them, since that requires being a founding member.
This pressure gives us the iPhone X, Apple’s tenth anniversary iPhone. It’s the first smartphone from the company that features serious upgrades. Otherwise, we’ve been held off with Force Touch and new color options. This year, Apple’s chosen to do away with the ‘S’ lineup completely, as only the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus accompany the iPhone X.
As you can see above, the iPhone X sticks to Apple’s principles of minimalism. But this time, Cupertino’s also decided to add a bit of glitz in the mix. Glass really doesn’t have the same ‘suave’ feel as aluminum. But it makes up for it with a really nice feel, if left unscratched and unbroken. Apple does promise that the iPhone X’s glass is very strong. A nice upgrade for design is the vertical dual camera for the smartphone. This lends it a distinct look from all other flagships with the feature.
Take a look at the front and you’ll see Apple trying to be as simplistic as possible, while also integrating Face ID into the mix. The iPhone X’s screen is black, to hide all the components that lie underneath. Not that we’re complaining. A black iPhone has been on a lot of folks’ itinerary and it lends a very nice look to the device, creating the perfect balance between glass’s gloss and black’s sobriety. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We’ll keep you updated on the latest.