Apple iPhone X - How NOT to notch!
Very few people will need an introduction to Apple’s iconic range of handsets, but those considering purchasing an iPhone may be unsure of where to begin. Since the original introduction of the iPhone back in 2007, the range has gone from strength to strength. Despite the popularity of the iPhone, Apple recognized that a redesign was needed after 10 years, which resulted in the release of the Apple iPhone X also pronounced as "10" instead of "X"
Specifications at a glance
The handset was first released in 2017 and offer some stern differences in contrast to earlier iterations of the iPhone. One of the most drastic changes was the omitting of the TouchID format, instead opting for face recognition. The dimensions are 143,6 x 70.9 x 7.7 mm which house a 5.8-inch screen delivering an 1125 x 2436 resolution. The screen is a Super Retina OLED capacitive touch which allows for a robust face unlock experience. With a dual 12-MP rear camera and 7MP front-facing camera which still stands strong among some of today’s premium contenders, users can enjoy up to 21 hours talk time thanks to an impressive 2716 mAh battery which can reach a 50% capacity in 30 minutes when employing the use of fast charging. Although additional hardware is required to make use of the fast-charging capabilities, those that are constantly on the move will find this feature worthy of the investment alone.
The iPhone X is still a hot seller in 2020. Even though there are many similarities between many iterations of the iPhone, there are also a lot of differences that can affect the decision-making process. Many will find that the older phones within the Apple ecosystem can make viewing videos easy, but those that like to binge on box sets on long commutes will recognize the quality of the video being delivered by the iPhone X, which can be attributed to the HDR streaming capabilities. Regardless of the motivation for using an all-screen device, the X is a reliable handset that can be used for easy communication, gaming, music, and video performance at a bargain price, albeit the notch is a bit of a let down considering its rival Samsung released an all-screen phone the same year
It's one of the most expensive phones Apple has released to date but those looking for premium video, solid gaming, and a reliable battery will find the additional investment worthwhile.
iPhone X Price in Australia & where to buy one from?
Available in either 64 Gb or 256 Gb variants, both offer the same exceptional performance at amazing value for money. In 2020, the expected price in Australia for the 64 Gb version is just shy of $690 and the 256 Gb version is around $850. Check out our full range of phones here. If you want to buy iPhone X in Australia make sure to compare our competitive prices with those of Officeworks and JB HiFi. Prices tend to vary from one seller to another as it's an older model and some overseas online sellers sell the cheaper non-Australian variant so do make sure to confirm it with the seller. Mobile networks like Telstra and Optus also offer great plans for this model
Where to buy a suitable case?
There is an entire range of accessories that was launched alongside the phone back in 2017. Many sellers including us offer protective accessories for it and you can check them online or visit our shop in Melbourne.
Is it worth to replace the screen in 2020?
iPhone X screen repair is quite common and cheap these days. Clumsy hands account for more than 50% of phone drops resulting in a crack or LCD being shattered. The rest of it happens when you hand it over to kids, bump into a table corner, sit on it, or drop it while drunk. Now when that happens, you would want to retrieve your data and get your phone working like normal at the earliest. The easiest way to go about it is by having your screen repaired. Check out cheap phone repair services offered at Phonebot
Detailed information on this model is available on Wikipedia here