Today Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the corporation's new flagship smartphone to awaiting eyes, lifting the lid on an invention 10 years in the making.
The new #iPhoneX and iPhone 8 devices will use swipe gestures to make up for a now absent home button. Your fingers replace the button; your prints replace the lock screen (as seen post-iPhone 6).
Of course the big question is how secure all of this is but as we have learnt over the years, the tech-savvy generation that we are in employs an "enjoy first, think later" mindset.
The only issue we can see is that punters will have to wait until November 3 for the iPhone X, news that won't go down too well with apple fans that have already preordered the '8'.
Despite confusion surrounding whether or not today's initiation of both iPhone 8 and iPhone X means we won't ever see the now potentially avert iPhone '9', Apple's new cutting edge technology doesn't disappoint. The corporation's newly desired "all display" appearance makes the boundary between the device and the screen hard to discern.
Chris Welch at Verge kindly alleviates the already blossoming iPhone X vs iPhone 8 debate but one thing cannot be denied; the iPhone X is better than it's cousin-model iPhone 8 offering Touch ID, face ID, two 12 megapixel cameras and a unique portrait mode.
"A tiny space houses some of the most sophisticated technology we’ve developed". Learn more: https://www.apple.com/uk/iphone-x/