Are you someone who is big on the latest technology? Someone who likes to experiment with new features like augmented reality? Someone who does not mind paying extra bucks for premium technology? Someone who likes all the best features packed into one? If yes, then, iPhone X, which was launched on 10th anniversary iPhone on Tuesday, might be the phone for you.
Among many exciting features, the iPhone x boasts a brighter and more energy-efficient OLED display screen. It has a front facing 3-D sensor array, which recognizes users’ faces to unlock the handset and turns facial expressions into animated emoji icons called animoji. Apple has left behind the Touch ID, the fingerprint scanner embedded with Home Button that it introduced with iPhone 5s model. It also features a duo of 12-megapixel rear cameras.
In India, Apple iPhone X will cost Rs 89,000 for the 64GB variant while the 256GB version will cost Rs 102,000. The iPhone X launches officially on November 3. Pre-orders will start from October 27. Its date for India is yet to be confirmed.
According to technology experts, Apple iPhone price, which on higher side might affect few people but not apple fans. Price conscious customers can always pick other models
Besides iPhone X, other two new models- Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook showed off during an event at Apple’s new headquarters in Cupertino.
Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will be launching on Sept 22. In India, it will be available by September 29.
Apple iPhone 8 price will start at Rs 64,000 for the 64GB variant of the iPhone 8. Apple iPhone 8 with 256GB storage will cost Rs 77,000. The iPhone 8 Plus starts at Rs 73,000 for 64GB storage and Rs 86,000. This time, the Apple iPhone 8 series comes in only two storage options: 64GB and 256GB storage. There is no 32GB variant like last year’s iPhone 7.
Apple, worth more than $800 billion, is the world’s most valuable listed company. It is leading among technology, e-commerce and social-media enterprises.
The table shows the largest companies by market capitalization at the dawn of the smartphone era on June 29, 2007 to 2017.
The company after its iphone sales went down in China, is pushing big to win Indian market.
The company has also asked the Indian government for its policy review and to extend tax breaks to its suppliers to start manufacturing in the country. The number of iPhones sold globally fell 1 per cent in the first calendar quarter, compared with the same period a year ago.
In India, Apple is also second to Samsung in used mobiles segment with 20% of share. In 2016, older phones accounted for almost 55 percent of the 2.6 million devices Apple shipped to India.