We heard earlier that pre-order of the iPhone X in the US would start at 12.01 am PT and now we have details about UK pre-orders of the handset. Apple will start taking pre-orders of their new iPhone X in the UK from 8.01 AM BST (British Summer Time), tomorrow the 27th of October.
Prices for the new iPhone X will start at £999 for the 64GB model and £1,149 for the 256GB model. This is Apple’s most expensive smartphone to date. The company is also offering the handset as part of its iPhone Upgrade Programme in the UK, this is only available in Apple stores and prices start at £56.45 a month.
The iPhone X is apple’s first iPhone to use an OLED display, the handset comes with a 5.8 inch display that features a resolution of 2436 x 1125 pixels. The handset is powered by the new Apple A11 Bionic mobile processor and it will also come with 3GB of RAM.
Other specifications on Apple’s new flagship iPhone will include a choice of 64GB or 256GB of built in storage. The handset comes with facial recognition and Apple’s new Face ID software. This will replace Touch ID on the handset for unlocking the device and also for Apple Pay.
Apple is introducing some new cameras in their latest iPhone, on the back there are two 12 megapixel cameras, one wide angle and one telephoto camera. On the front there is a new 7 megapixel True Depth camera. You can find out more details about the new iPhone over at Apple at the link below.
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