New Scientist article In September 2011, Apple introduced the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus to the world.
Today, it’s releasing an updated version of the device, with the most significant changes.
In September 2011 Apple introduced an iPhone 6 Plus, and today it’s rolling out an iPhone X. The iPhone X is the first phone to feature an OLED display, which is the most expensive display technology on the market today.
It costs $1,299, which makes it the most affordable iPhone on the planet.
“The new iPhone is a major step forward in our commitment to deliver the best iPhone experience on the world’s most powerful mobile phone,” Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a statement.
“We believe the new iPhone will redefine the way people experience their phones, and that’s why we’re giving consumers the most innovative, capable, and affordable iPhone to date.”
The iPhone X was unveiled at Apple’s September 12 event in Cupertino, California.
It will be available for pre-order in October.
As you might have guessed, Apple has yet to reveal the iPhone X price.
Its launch has been pushed back by more than a month.
In November, Apple unveiled the iPhone 7, which includes a curved OLED display.
The new iPhone features a new OLED display that’s 10% thinner and thinner, making it one of the thinner displays on the globe.
It also features the first OLED-capable iPhone to be able to be upgraded to the latest version of iOS.
A new round of sales is underway in the United States and Canada.
The new iPhones are available in a variety of colors, including white, black, and rose gold.
The larger iPhone X will be released later this year.
As always, check out the full review of the new iPhones from the September 11, 2018 issue of New Scientist.