The iPhone X has arrived, and the device is as advertised.
During a glorious launch ceremony, Apple unleashed the iPhone X on the civilized world.
Complete with next level bells and whistles, the communications portal is all warmed up for the holiday season.
But is it really worth $1000?
In short, yes, and here is why.
The iPhone X is durable, made of a special type of glass that deflects both water, and dust, when a consumer inevitably drops it in a toliet, or on a sidewalk, the phone will continue to operate.
It’s techological capbilities are off the charts.
It has a Retina HD screen(which is huge) which will add an awesome level of quality to streaming.
Watching game of thrones on your phone will make more and more sense.
Here is some other tidbits from Apple
“A new A11 Bionic chip features a six-core CPU design with two performance cores that are 25 percent faster and four efficiency cores that are 70 percent faster than the A10 Fusion chip in previous-generation devices.
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Apple is introducing a new second-generation performance controller that’s able to harness all six of the cores at the same time, for 70 percent better performance for multi-threaded workloads. The A11 Bionic also includes a three-core GPU that’s up to 30 percent faster than the previous-generation GPU.
There’s an improved 12-megapixel rear camera in the iPhone 8, with a dual-camera setup again available in the iPhone 8 Plus. Both models feature larger and faster sensors, a new color filter, and deeper pixels. With a new image signal processor, there’s advanced pixel processing, wide color capture, faster autofocus in low light, and better HDR photos.”
Some are calling the iPhone X the most advanced cellphone ever, and that distinction alone is worth the price tag.
Many consumers are lamenting the price of the device, but they must understand that this phone is similar to the new Air Jordans, it’s specifically marketed to people who can afford it, and the standard in the industry.
Your not only buying the iPhone X, your buying the right to say you own an iPhone X.
Apple has no incentive to lower the price, not with the astronomical pre sales, the relenteless media attention, and the holiday season approaching.
This phone is awesome, and worth every single penny of that G-note.