Apple's most premium product, iPhone X has been launched all over the world including Singapore on November 03. Amidst of huge expectations, hundreds of Apple fans gathered around the Apple store along Orchard Road on Thursday, a day before the launch. The hype surrounding iPhone X is mainly due to the fact that it is Apple's 10th-anniversary phone. The device will be available in Singapore at S$1,648 for the entry-level model.
iPhone X Specifications
iPhone X is Apple's first all-screen smartphone, and the company has reportedly tried to make it elegant in all means, as it is their 10th-anniversary phone. Apart from the 64 GB device, the company has also launched the high-end 256 GB smartphone.
As iPhone X is priced S$1,648, it has emerged as the most expensive smartphone to be ever sold in Singapore. Its closest rival Google's Pixel 2XL has been priced a little low than iPhone X, but still, the craze surrounding the Apple device will be damn high due to the brand credibility and loyal user base.
iPhone X features a 5.8-inch super retina display. The body of the Apple iPhone X is expected to be more durable than any other phone on the planet, as it is made up of a surgical grade stainless steel body. The phone is both water and dust resistant. The brand new iPhone X features a facial recognition tool for better security. It also has a wireless charger which adds up the comfort quotient for the users.
iPhone X has a 12-megapixel camera with OIS. The optical image stabilization is expected to give an all-new experience for people who love to take crystal clear pictures. The front-facing Facetime HD camera is of 7-megapixel. The smartphone is powered by an A11 Bionic processor, which will support augmented reality, neural learning, and 3D gaming.
Can Apple meet customer demands?
The rush witnessed around the Apple store along Orchard Road, Singapore, clearly indicates that Apple will find it very hard to supply devices to each and every customer who wishes to buy the gadget. Earlier, Apple has said that the customer demand was 'off the charts', and made it clear that the company will try hard to get the device into the hands of customers as quickly as possible.