News tagged: iPhone X
Apple is struggling with the availability of its latest flagship smartphone, but it looks like the production of the iPhone X is improving and Apple is able to make more units. Because of that, the Cupertino-based company has now announced the second wave of availability to 14
Apple finally started selling the much anticipated iPhone X and as expected, the company couldn't meet demand. Thankfully, a number of teardown sites have managed to get their hands on one, revealing its design, as well as how much it actually costs Apple to make it.
Apple's latest flagship smartphone might be very expensive, but it still brings impressive performance and its design is also very good. Another confirmation of its performance comes from DxOMark, a popular website that tests camera performance and has now got their hands
The high-end iPhone X should do well in the Chinese smartphone market, predicts IDC. Apple has recently seen an increase in revenue and phone sales in the region, attributable to the iPhone 8 series. In its report, IDC notes this suggests there's clear demand for iPhones.
If you're buying the iPhone X it'd be a good idea to put it in a case as fast as you can. Because of its heavily glass-based design, Squaretrade is calling it the "most breakable iPhone ever." Rather than just having the display be easily crackable, much of the device is.
When paying $1,000 for a phone, you expect only the best from it. Because of that, the popular YouTube channel JerryRigEverything has managed to get the Apple's latest iPhone X and decided to put it through its standard torture routine to see how well it is actually made.
After we had a chance to see iPhone X in a teardown video, professionals from iFixit have got their hands on the smartphone and posted a complete, detailed teardown of Apple's latest flagship device. Surprisingly, the handset isn't that hard to repair and has received 6 out of
Apple is expected to start shipping the premium iPhone X model today, but it looks like some users might have to wait a bit longer because thieves stole more than 300 iPhone X devices. Three men in hoodies driving a white Dodge van broke into a UPS truck while it was
As Apple finally released the iPhone X, many people are complaining only about one thing - its price tag. Although the new model looks really good and comes with several interesting features, with $999 starting price, not many people can afford the iPhone X.
For whatever reason, Best Buy thought it was a good idea to list the iPhone X for $100 more than its retail price. When this higher price was noticed, the retailer received a large amount of backlash, with people arguing consumers could accidentally pay more than necessary.
There's a significant level of demand for the high-end iPhone X, says Apple. Preorders for the device, which began on Friday, are "off the charts" ahead of its release in early November. In response to this positive statement, Apple's shares increased 3 points.
If you're planning to buy the iPhone X, Best Buy isn't going to be the cheapest place to do so. The retailer is charging a $100 premium on the full price of the handset. That above-retail price was listed on the company's site and Best Buy has given an interesting explanation.