Apple unveiled its iPhone X along with iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus on September 12. While the iPhone 8 duo is already up for sale, we still have to wait for some time for the iPhone X.
The phone's pre-order opens starting from October 27 and it will be available on November 3. Usually, the mobile devices get certified by different agencies before launch, but it is not the case with iPhone X. Recently, the smartphone visited TENAA, revealing its key specs. Now the 10th anniversary model from Apple has passed through FCC (Federal Communications Commission).
This means the smartphone scaled through all the essential inspections and its ready to be sold. FCC approval is necessary for all radio-transmitting devices prior to sales in the US. It is needed to ensure that the devices are safe to use and operates within FCC's defined limits.
Talking about the iPhone X, it is the most expensive iPhone from Apple so far. It has two storage variants: 64GB and 256GB. The device features thin bezels around the screen, features an edge-to-edge OLED screen with Super Retina Display and a new biometric feature called Face ID for authentication purposes.
iPhone X run on iOS 11 out of the box and are powered by the new and most powerful Apple A11 chipset.
In terms of optics, the smartphone boasts of a vertically arranged rear-facing dual camera setup. The camera setup is comprised of an f/1.8 12MP wide-angle lens and another f/2.4 12MP telephoto lens. The camera comes with Quad-LED True Tone flash for photos with low noise.
Moreover, The cameras at the rear are calibrated for augmented reality and accurate motion tracking. The selfie camera on the iPhone X is the TrueDepth camera with the ability to click Portrait mode photos with Portrait Lighting as well.
Courtesy to all these features, the iPhone X comes with a whopping price tag.