New generation of iPhones in Sri Lanka soon | Sunday Observer

New generation of iPhones in Sri Lanka soon

The hype is real and it is about to take your breath away. Following months of speculation surrounding Apple’s newest iPhone, the rumours were finally put to rest on the 12th of September at the Steve Jobs Theatre in Cupertino.

Marking its 10th anniversary since the launch of the first iPhone, Apple unveiled the new “smartphone of the future”, the iPhone X where the pant of anticipation reached all new levels of excitement. Along with this Apple also announced a new iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Apple Watch Series 3 and Apple TV with 4K.

The new range of iPhones have been carefully designed to not only satisfy but exceed the needs of individuals with striking new features that will entice generations across the globe.

Among this feature packed range resides the face recognition capabilities of the iPhone X which contains the ability to measure up to 30,000 infrared three-dimensional points of the users face that successfully distinguishes a real face from photographs and masks.

The iPhone X that will be here soon, has created a buzz worldwide for its stunning appearance with a significant increase in the screen-to-body ratio, no home button and new slim bezels to complement the entire look. Known predominantly for its “all-screen” look this phone is also equipped with top notch technological features such as a 5.8-inch edge-to-edge OLED Super Retina Display, TrueDepth Camera, Animoji, Wireless Charging and A11 Bionic Chip with Neural Engine.

The iPhone X also features a dual 12-megapixel rear camera that provides better aperture than ever before with optical image stabilization that captures clear sharp images in darker conditions.

Additionally, the new 7-megapixel TrueDepth front camera not only facilitates Face ID recognition but also encompasses wide colour capture of images with auto stabilization and exposure control to give the best selfies you desire. The A11 Bionic chip is devised to be the smartest chip used in an iPhone thus far.

It features a six-core CPU design that comprises of two performance cores operating 25% faster and four efficiency cores that are 70% faster in performance than its predecessor. The neural engine adheres to a dual-core design that enables up to 600 billion operations per second. It also generates over 30% faster graphics that provide more fluidity and motion for apps and games. 


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