Apple introduces three new models of iPhones and celebrates' huge breakthrough’

In addition to the iPhone 8 e 8S, company launched luxury model celebrating ten years of the appliance, called iPhone X – it starts costing US $ 999.
12/09/2017 15h58 - Updated 12/09/2017 15h58
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Apple introduced three new models of iPhone on Monday, including one made as a state machine “the biggest breakthrough” since the release of the first version of the flagship company, there is 10 years.

O President Apple, Tim Cook, announced the iPhone X, pronounced “10”, as well as the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

In the first event held in the auditorium of the new headquarters of the group, o Steve Jobs Theater, Cook said the new version of the flagship handset is a milestone for the company, a decade after the launch of the first iPhone.

“Ten years later, it is appropriate that we are here in this place, in this day, to reveal a product that will set the path for technology for the next decade”, said Cook, qualifying the iPhone X “the biggest breakthrough since the original iPhone”.

The iPhone has a screen X 14,7 wherein runs from edge to edge of the apparatus and use facial recognition to unlock the device, in addition to enhanced graphics and resolution.

The new luxury device will be available on the day 3 November for a starting price of US $ 999, while the iPhone 8 and 8plus will be available later this month, from US $ 699 e US$ 799, respectively.

The three new phones offer wireless charging using the Qi global standard.

The senior vice president of Apple, Phil Schiller, said the models with glass design iPhone 8 e iPhone 8 Plus were the first smartphones “actually created for augmented reality”, with battery and enhanced graphics compared to its predecessors.

Apple also unveiled an updated smart watch and a video system for improved streaming high-definition 4K TV.


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