Each Apple product launched was docked by reviewers for specific functional flaws, ranging from the iPhone 8’s middling design to Apple Watch Series 3 issues with wireless connectivity, and quality problems with the Apple TV 4K’s video output.
Apple Inc’s launch of iPhone 8 kicked off in a less lively mood in Asia. While the number of people queuing up outside Apple stores have dropped over the years with many opting for online purchases, the weak turnout for the latest iPhone has partly been due to poor reviews.
Apple isn’t ramping up production of the iPhone X until middle of October. The information of the production delay is coming from Raymond James chip analyst Christopher Caso after conducting supply chain checks.
The technology first developed in the 1960s has since been mostly relegated to the realm of government agencies and high-security firms. Apple’s previous rollouts, like fingerprint sensors, made this once-private technology start popping up in homes, stores and on other phones.
Apple iPhone 8 Plus first impressions:, I attempt to answer some questions people have been asking me about these new phones.
Apple is unlikely to meet the demand for the iPhone X until next year, making it hard for buyers to buy the tenth anniversary iPhone, according to well-known KGI securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Sydney-based YouTuber Mazen Kourouche camped outside an Apple store in Sydney two days before the September 12 launch of the new iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X models. Sharing a 2.46-minute video, he wrote: “I CAN’T BELIEVE I’M DOING THIS! (first in line for iPhone 8).”
Apple has announced the iPhone X, pitched as “the future of the smartphone”. The iPhone X is Apple’s most distinctive smartphone I’ve seen personally. Yes, it is a sophisticated piece of engineering, but the latest – iPhone X – is far from being called a revolutionary device.
Apple iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus pre-bookings have opened up across the United States today. The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are successors to the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, while the iPhone X is the special anniversary edition.
Apple introduced Face ID with iPhone X at an event on September 12. Given Face ID features is a first on any iPhone, several questions like whether it will work with multiple faces or sunglasses, followed the launch.
The more important story than the design and display of the devices, is what’s under the hood: semiconductor technology that could keep Apple ahead of rivals and force people with older phones to upgrade.
Apple’s first Face ID demo failed during a live session at the launch of the iPhone X on Tuesday. Now, in a statement to Yahoo, Apple has explained what exactly happened during the presentation.
The long-anticipated iPhone X unveiled Tuesday will sell for $999, double what the original iPhone cost a decade ago and more than any other competing device on the market. That’s very much in line with Apple’s long-term positioning of itself as a purveyor of pricey aspirational gadgets.
With iPhone X, Apple has put its weight behind a few technologies that have been around for a while but are not looking at better times for themselves. Here is a list:
A quick look through the Internet showed how Apple iPhone’s FAceID feature was welcomed with feigned skepticism by Game of Thrones’ fans worldwide, who know about Arya Stark’s ability to swap faces.