The iPhone X pre-order officially goes live on October 27th at 12:01am PST, but some smartphone users have already opted for the Google Pixel 2 instead. For those wanting a size comparison, 3D artist Martin Hajek has created a set of pictures that show just that, but anyone seeking a performance benchmark may want to see how the iPhone 8 stacks up against Google's Pixel 2. Continue reading for more pictures.
Digital artist Martin Hajek is back at it again, and this time, he brings us an iPhone X unboxing. The handset will be available for pre-order on Oct. 27 and be in the hands of a lucky few by Nov. 3. However, a Reddit managed to get their hands on an early production model, and shows off its dynamic wallpaper, as well as the lockscreen, homescreen, along with a shot of the back. Continue reading for more pictures.
Many would agree that Apple should have released an iPhone SE Plus rather than the iPhone 8 / 8+, and Curved Labs shows why. While it may look like its predecessor, it now features a bezel-less 4.7" OLED display, a TrueDepth camera system for Face ID system, and dual rear cameras. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
There's light-up cables, and then iFace, which essentially shows just how much battery life you have on your device, via a hidden LED display that only shows up when in use. Available in a variety of colors, the cable head's display changes color depending on the level of power - red when the battery is low, blue when halfway charged, and green when it's full. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Available with 64GB ($999) / 256GB ($1,149) of storage and in space grey / silver, the iPhone X features a 5.8-inch TrueTone OLED Super Retina display, stainless-steel side bands, an infrared, neural network-powered 3D facial recognition (Face ID), an A11 Bionic processor with neural engine and a 12MP dual camera system. Its glass back enables Qi-compatible wireless charging, and you can pick up an optional AirPower charging mat to charge the iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods simultaneously. Continue reading for another hands-on video, more pictures and information.
Earlier this week, images leaked of pallets containing the upcoming iPhone 8 leaving Foxconn's Zhengzhou Technology Park, but even before the official press event, there are designs of possible iPad Pro successors being uploaded to the internet. One of them is from Delta Concepts, which has the device sporting dual front-facing speakers. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The iPhone 8 is set to take place on September 12th inside the new Apple Park Steve Jobs Theater, and Mac Magazine gives us a sneak peak inside while construction is still going on. This 1,000-seat theater is located outside Apple Park's main spaceship campus, on a hill. Despite the glass entrance, most of the structure is underground. Continue reading for the images and more information.
A new report by The New York Times claims that the iPhone 8 will start at $999, which refutes previous rumors that pinned the upcoming smartphone's starting price at $1,200. The leak came from sources still under NDA, which means they can't speak publicly about the price due to restrictions, but they also confirm a bezel-less screen and facial recognition. A press event is scheduled for September 12th, but no official word yet from Apple. Continue reading for two more videos and additional information.
Believe it or not, all of the photos you're about to see by artist Derrick Lin were created with an iPhone, a desk lamp, a massive collection of miniatures, and anything else he can find around the house. They range from famous painting recreations to outlandish scenes with miniature figurines ski down a burrito. Get the book here. Continue reading for more pictures.
An analyst commented today that the iPhone 8 is on schedule, but will be available in only limited quantities, meaning that other companies releasing handsets around that time should have a fighting chance. The Sharp Aquos S2 aims to win over some fans, or at least in China, by featuring a 5.5" 2K display and dual rear vertical cameras with two f/1.75 lenses. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.