Apple has begun taking pre-orders of its 5.8-inch iPhone X on its website starting now, but since there are reports that the initial supply of the smartphone will be limited, you’d best place your pre-order very quickly.
Limited Quantities of iPhone X Have Been Continuously Reported - Best to Place Your Pre-Order as Quickly as Possible
Though the iPhone X is available to pre-order on Apple’s official website, there have been rumors that continuously state that the smartphone will initially be available in very limited quantities. What this means is that you will need to sport a fast trigger finger when you’re placing the pre-order for the device. Keep in mind that the iPhone X comes in two storage models, a 64GB one, and a 256GB one, with the base model setting you back a $999 price tag.
The 256GB version will cost you $1,149, making it a very steep smartphone purchase. You should also know that Apple’s latest iPhone family are the first mainstream mobile phones to provide support for 4K video recording at 60 frames per second. At that resolution and framerate, it will chew up the storage at immense rates so make sure that you choose the correct model beforehand.
According to a previous report, only 2-3 million iPhone X models will be available at launch, meaning just a handful of people will be able to get their hands on them initially. However, the expected demand of the flagship is expected to increase worldwide smartphone shipments for 2018, with global shipments expected to increase by 6 percent.
As for the specifications, the iPhone X features an A11 Bionic SoC, making it the fastest smartphone in existence right now, according to the benchmarks reported. It is also rocking a TrueDepth Camera, which is responsible for carrying out the unlocking of the device via Face ID.
Though 2017 might see a shaky start for the iPhone X, we are expected to see positive results during the start of 2018. Are you going to place a pre-order for the flagship? Tell us your thoughts down in the comments or click on the source link below to get started.
News Source: Apple