Apple silently killed off the Watch Series 2

Apple silently killed off the Watch Series 2

The biggest change is the new edge-to-edge OLED Super Retina Display.

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Apple's iPhone X is an epitome of this philosophy of innovation in Apple. Some Android phones have also previously eliminated the home button and added edge-to-edge screens.

The iPhone X has wireless charging, an infrared camera and hardware for facial recognition, which replaces the fingerprint sensor for unlocking the phone.

Said Mr Loo Wee Teck, Euromonitor International's head of consumer electronics: "The iPhone X is a top-of-the-range product and appeals to a different consumer segment".

On Apple TV: The live stream will work on a second or third generation Apple TV that has software 6.2 or later or on a fourth generation Apple TV. The Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE will hit Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, Puerto Rico, Switzerland, UK and the USA initially, and you can bet more markets will follow. The other devices-iPhone 8 is priced at Rs 64,000 for the 64 GB and Rs 77,000 for the 256 GB.

The iPhone X's screen is also sharper at 1125 x 2436 and 458 pixels per inch, than the iPhone 7's 750 x 1334 display, which comes in at 326 pixels per inch.

Face data is pretty damn secure: Despite some early concerns, your face data will be protected by secure enclave and is processed completely within the iPhone X - which means you're not sending any of this data to external servers, and it all lives in the phone that you own. Similarly, the 256GB variant stand at a USA pricing of $849, while in India its priced at Rs 77,000 which is $1,200 and again over 40 per cent more than its United States price.

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The Apple Watch Series 3 will be available to order on Friday and will start at $329 - the watch with cellular will cost $399.

The event marked the 10th anniversary of the original iPhone, and started by remembering the late co-founder Steve Jobs. There were plenty of rumours of supply chain delays in the months preceding the device's unveiling, and it looks like they were true. Pre-ordering for both devices will start Friday, and the phones will be available in stores beginning September 22. Pre-ordering starts on Friday, with Apple TV 4K arriving in stores on September 22.

The iPhone X "catapults Apple into the ultraluxury smartphone market", Drexel Hamilton analyst Brian White said in a note to clients.

And while at almost $1,150, the new 256 gigabit iPhone X may seem like an eye-popping price, it is no more expensive - relative to Apple's stock price - than the first iPhone in 2007.

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Around the front there's a 7MP snapper, with a face scanner included, meaning you can unlock your phone with your face, and it's advanced enough to not be tricked by a photo.

The delay in shipping of the iPhone X could hurt Apple's seasonally-strong fiscal first quarter as orders get pushed to the following quarter.

"Not to get too dystopic but Face ID is the normalization of facial recognition tech", University of California-Davis law school professor Elizabeth Joh noted today on Twitter. There is also wireless charging, an improved camera and AR applications. On the one hand, Apple's first smartphone lacked technologies that were commonplace in rival devices, like 3G, expandable storage, and a front-facing camera.