Official iPhone X Video

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iPhone X most Expected Features Of New Apple Device

iPhone X is expected to be priced upward of $1,000. The iPhone 7 smartphone is displayed inside an Apple Inc. store in Los Angeles. Apple’s 10th-anniversary device is expected to be called the iPhone X and priced more than $1,000, which is more than the price of the iPhone 7 Plus 256GB model, currently the most expensive iPhone in the market. Even the upcoming phone’s biggest rival, the Samsung Galaxy S8, is expected to be priced lower at $899.

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The rumored pricing emerged last Wednesday and seems to confirm suspicions that Apple is indeed working on an ultra-premium device to commemorate 10 years of the iPhone. The rumor seems in line with Apple’s identity as a company and its approach to the iPhone, which has been to never create a me-too device. Rather, it has always given its devices premium pricing and an OS which still remains very different from the mass-market Android.

In the past 10 years, Apple’s has retained a big chunk of the U.S. smartphone market and despite coming out with just one phone per year, has given competition to the likes of Samsung and LG, which produce numerous devices every year. But still, would Apple be able to woo consumers to invest $1,000 in its newest device?

Here are five rumored features of the device which, if present, may go some way in justifying its exorbitant price tag.

Edge-to-Edge OLED display
The entire front of the device is expected to be covered by the display, making the device look something like a ‘black monolith’ according to Fastcompany. There might be no visual interruptions to the design — no bezels — as Apple is expected to ditch its signature home button and even the speaker is expected to be built into the display. The display alone makes the device premium and highly differentiated from previous iPhones and other phones in the market.

Touch Sensitive buttons
Design language seems the priority for Apple since the device is expected to come with no physical buttons at all — the Touch ID fingerprint sensor is expected to be embedded into the display, while the volume rocker, the power button and Apple’s proprietary mute switch are expected to be built inside the body and work using the iPhone 7’s 3D touch pressure-sensing technology.

Sapphire crystal screen
A sapphire crystal iPhone screen rumor has been around since iPhone 6. The biggest advantage of sapphire is that it is scratch resistant, which is an important feature for touch screen devices that get scratched and damaged due to regular wear and tear. The company is expected to endow the iPhone X with this long-awaited feature.

10nm Processor
Apple is expected to employ 10nm processor technology in designing the iPhone X’s A11 processor. Compared to the 14nm based A10 processor, the next-generation processor is expected provide better performance and a longer lasting battery, something most iPhone users desire.

Wireless charging
Apple is expected to finally get in-step with the competition and endow the iPhone X with wireless charging — a feature Samsung started offering two years ago with its S6 device.

To accommodate the feature, the company is expected to go for a forged steel frame in iPhone X instead of its traditional aluminum frame. According to Macotakara, the wireless chargers for the device are expected to be made by the Chinese company Luxshare, which also worked on inductive charging in the Apple Watch.

Apple long distance wireless charging on the iPhone 8

Besides a new edge-to-edge 5-inch OLED display, removing the iconic home button and a stainless steel and glass design, one of the longstanding iPhone 8 rumors has been wireless charging. More specifically, long distance wireless charging sans wireless charging pads.

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But while recent rumors claim wireless charging is almost certainly a feature that the iPhone 8 will get, Apple’s joining of the Wireless Power Consortium on Sunday suggests true long distance wireless charging might no longer be in the cards.

As a member of the WPC, Apple now joins more than 220 companies in helping create and promote the Qi wireless charging standard.

Founded in 2008, the Qi standard has become the more popular of two competing wireless charging technologies — the other being the AirFuel Alliance (the merged company between the Alliance for Wireless Power and Power Matters Alliance).

Today, you can find find Qi wireless charging technology in many modern smartphones, including the Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge, and the inductive mats/pads built into furniture like these from IKEA.

In addition to helping further popularize the wireless charging standard and (hopefully) make it the universal wireless charging standard one day, sort of like how it reportedly helped invent USB-C, Apple’s membership into the WPC is significant for another reason: the iPhone 8.

Qi, as you may already know, is an inductive wireless charging technology. As such, it requires physical contact between a device and a charging pad.

It’s not quite true wireless charging where you can, say, walk into a room and your phone starts charging immediately over the air, and it’s not really that much more convenient than plugging your phone into a charger, but it’s still a nice futuristic convenience to have.

As a WPC member and its weight behind Qi, long-distance wireless charging might be dead (at least for the immediate future). Any possible deal with Energous, a San Jose company that has created wireless charging technology that works up to a 15-feet range, now seems unlikely.

Instead, it now seems more likely the iPhone 8’s wireless charging tech will be based off the WPC’s Qi standard, which would be kind of a bummer since you’ll still need to use a wireless charging pad. Worse is if Apple doesn’t include the wireless charging pad in the box and charges extra for it.

If you look back, Apple joining the WPC isn’t really surprising. Despite the Apple Watch’s wireless charging tech being branded as “magnetic charging” (MagSafe), the underlying technology is Qi compliant as discovered in 2015. So Apple does have at least some experience working with Qi.

That said, while Qi wireless charging does seem more viable for the iPhone 8, it doesn’t mean Apple’s given up on long distance wireless charging for future devices. The company still holds a number of patents for long distance wireless charging and it’s always possible Apple could build its own in-house technology on top of Qi (kind of like how the AirPods’ W1 chip is the “secret sauce” to making Bluetooth pairing work better with iOS devices).

iPhone 8 Most Wanted Features

A new year means a new iPhone. And for 2017, it will be especially significant: It’s the 10th anniversary of Apple’s hugely influential device. There’s no official news yet, of course, but the rumor mill is already in high gear.

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Expect the usual September launch window, and a naming scheme that will probably skew more towards iPhone 8 and 8 Plus — or maybe even iPhone X and X Plus — instead of 7S and 7S Plus, to emphasize what’s expected to be the first major redesign in 3 years.

Return of the headphone jack
This one’s for the folks who said before the launch of the iPhone 7 that they’d never upgrade their iPhone if Apple removed the headphone jack. We’d be shocked if it returned in the next iPhone, but headphone jack lovers can dream.

NFC beyond Apple payments
Although Apple’s last few iPhone models are equipped with NFC (near-field communication) to power the contactless Apple Pay system, it has has yet to enable the tap-to-pair feature found in other NFC-enabled phones: You can tap a headphone or speaker, for instance, to pair the Bluetooth on many Android phones. So long as Apple can guarantee security, it seems like this would be an easy addition. (2016 iPhones and Apple Watch models already incorporate the FeliCa system for tap-to-pay transit in Japan.)

USB Type-C connectivity and charging
Plenty of people would get upset if Apple switched from its Lightning port to a USB Type-C connection, which is gradually becoming the standard for other phones (and laptops, including Apple’s own line of MacBooks). But swapping out the rectangular USB-A connector on the iPhone charger — while leaving Lightning on the phone — would mean that Apple users could charge their iPhones from their new MacBooks without needing an adapter.

Faster processor, improved 3D graphics
Apple has consistently improved the iPhone’s graphics capabilities with each new iteration, and not surprisingly, we’ve come to expect a performance boost, and would be disappointed if we didn’t get one, though we’d sacrifice some power in favor of a big battery boost.

The A10 Fusion chip you see here powers the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. The latest rumors have the iPhone 8 getting an A11 processor produced by Taiwanese giant TSMC that’s built on 10 nanometer-process technology. (Samsung will have a competing chip that’s also built on the 10nm process.)

The iPhone 7 Plus got a bump in RAM from 2GB to 3GB, but the iPhone 7 didn’t. Hopefully, the new iPhones will get a RAM bump.

Wireless charging
Right now, if you want to charge your iPhone’s battery using inductive “wireless” charging, you have to buy a separate charging case and mat. For instance, Mophie’s Juice Pack Air battery cases for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Plenty of Android phones, including the Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge and Sony Xperia Z4v, offer wireless charging, too.

With the Apple Watch charging via a magnetic inductive charger, an iPhone with the same technology seems more likely than ever. The catch? The Watch seems to use an Apple-specific charging method, rather than one that’s compatible with one of the two big standards: Qi or PMA (Power Matters Alliance).

Virtual home button behind screen

A lot of people love the iPhone’s physical home button, but the new iPhone 7/Plus version is touch only, with no physical “clickiness.” The rumor for 2017 is that the fingerprint scanner goes behind the iPhone’s screen, allowing a virtual on-screen home button (with 3D Touch) to handle the unlocking duties.

Bigger screen in same body
Killing the home button below the screen would allow a key design change, too: shrinking the bezels above and below the screen.

Apple grew the iPhone’s screen in 2014 with the release of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus and those screen sizes have remained the same the last two years. The problem is the iPhone has a bigger bezel compared with some Android models that maximize screen size. Take the lineup above: Left to right, it’s the Samsung Galaxy S7 (5.2-inch screen); Galaxy S7 Edge (wraparound 5.5-inch screen); iPhone 6S Plus (5.5-inch); and Nexus 6P (5.7-inch). Both Samsung and Google/Huawei are either getting more screen real estate into a smaller body, or more screen into the same-size body.

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Shatterproof screen
Back when the iPhone 6 came out, there was chatter that it would sport a shatter-resistant sapphire screen, but that never materialized.

Naturally, the folks at Corning argue that its Gorilla Glass is just as strong — and a better option than sapphire. The company’s new Gorilla Glass 5 made its first appearance in the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which had a little battery issue that led to its infamous recall.

The iPhone 7’s is even stronger than 2015’s reasonably tough iPhone 6S/6S Plus screens, but it’s not truly shatter-resistant like the Motorola Droid Turbo 2’s screen is (shown here, getting stomped on).

Better camera
The iPhone’s camera keeps getting slightly better with each iteration. But there’s always room for improvement, and a better camera is one of the main upgrade features people are looking for when they shell out big bucks for a new iPhone. The iPhone 7 Plus got dual lenses that allow for more flexibility while shooting. But the iPhone 7’s camera lacked that second lens. You’d hope the iPhone 8 gets dual lenses, not just the 8 Plus.

OLED screen
There were rumors that the iPhone 7 or 7 Plus would get an OLED screen, which are more energy efficient and offer deeper black levels than LCD, but that didn’t materialize. Those rumors are percolating again for the iPhone 8 and there’s talk of the screen getting a Samsung-style wraparound curve as well.

Significantly better battery life
Apple manages to make each new iPhone slimmer, while equipping it with a faster processor and graphics chip to also improve on battery life. But the truth is, we’d trade a little of that slimness and power for better battery life — and so would a lot of other people.

The iPhone 7 has a 14 percent higher-capacity battery, but to get that slightly bigger battery in the phone Apple removed the headphone jack. One hopes a more efficient processor and OLED screen could squeeze out even more power.

Features the iPhone will never have, but we wish it did
Alas, we know the iPhone will never have a removable back that allows you to swap in a new battery and add your own microSD memory card (yes, those 64GB cards are pretty cheap now). But hey, we couldn’t resist mentioning it.

iPhone 8 Feature Iris Scanner to Authenticate With Your Eyes

Apple is widely rumored to launch a high-end iPhone with an edge-to-edge OLED display this year, which has been variously called the “iPhone 8” or “iPhone X” to commemorate the smartphone’s tenth anniversary, and rumors suggest the device will an include iris scanner to authenticate with your eyes.

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Taiwanese website DigiTimes, citing unnamed “industry sources,” claims the so-called “iPhone 8” will include an OLED display, wireless charging, and iris scanning technology, the latter of which would presumably enable iPhone users to unlock their device or use Apple Pay by authenticating with their eyes.

A person’s iris, or the circular colored muscle of the eye, contains a complex and random pattern that is unique to each individual.

DigiTimes has sources within Apple’s supply chain, but it has a mixed track record at reporting on Apple’s unannounced product plans, so this latest report should be treated with a proverbial grain of salt. The publication previously said iPhones with iris scanning capabilities would not debut until 2018.

DigiTimes previously cited a Chinese website that said 2017 iPhones will include iris scanning capabilities, but today’s report is based on its own sources. The original report claimed Taiwan-based supplier Xintec, an affiliate of Apple manufacturer TSMC, would begin mass production of iris-recognition chips this year.

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, one of the more reliable sources of iPhone rumors, believes Apple is leaning toward facial recognition technology rather than iris recognition, based on the bio-recognition patents it has filed. Way back in March 2016, he said the “iPhone 8” will include either facial or iris recognition.

Kuo said he believes Touch ID will “ultimately be replaced by a facial recognition system” for enhanced security, in line with rumors Apple will remove the Home button; however, if the technical challenges cannot be overcome, he noted a “combination of fingerprint and facial recognition” is another possible solution.

Last month, Cowen and Company analyst Timothy Arcuri said the “iPhone 8” could include facial or gesture recognition technology powered by a laser sensor and an infrared sensor located near the front-facing camera. The feature could allow users to control their devices with simple gestures for tasks such as adjusting volume.

Lending credence to these rumors is Apple’s trademark for “Iris Engine” and the acquisitions of companies such as Faceshift and PrimeSense.

iPhone would not be the first smartphone with an iris scanner, as Samsung included the technology on its now-discontinued Galaxy Note7.

DigiTimes also said the “iPhone 8” will enter production earlier than in previous years, in line with a report from earlier this week.

Apple has requested its chip and component suppliers start trial production, inspection and prepare inventories for the new iPhone series earlier than usual, said the sources. Deliveries of chips and parts for the new models are expected to kick off in the second half of first-quarter 2017, the sources indicated.
Apple’s trio of new iPhones, including more iterative “iPhone 7s” and “iPhone 7s Plus” models, are still expected to launch in September per usual. The “iPhone 8” in particular may cost upwards of $1,000 in the U.S. due to its significant redesign and features that require more expensive parts.

iPhone X Futuristic Concept

This time we’ve got inspiration from the science fiction, we’ve thought to this iPhone X ( iPhone 7 ) concept as a one of that curious devices that there’s in every sci-fi movie: one of that phone that can transform itself, operate with an unlimited energy source, do crazy things and so on…
The iPhone X ( iPhone 7 ) is the world’s first fully nano-technological domestic assistant, it has been made with the ” iConGen ” , an incredible machine that can create any sort of concepts thanks to SET Solution. (Well, we’re writing a lot of bullshit but, for a second, let’s consider this little video as a piece of a sci-fi movie!)

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This new smartphone is tomorrow’s phone today, the future begins now with the iPhone X.

We’ve taken some quotes from a famous sci-fi movie, can you guess which?

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