As iPhone X Release Date Looms, More Details Emerge

Now less than a month away from release, Apple's new iPhone X has begun to be spotted "in the wild." A 10-second-long video posted on Reddit this past weekend shows someone holding a silver/white-toned phone matching the iPhone X's specs. As the device is flipped from front to back, viewers can see the screen's wallpaper dynamically adjust to the phone's motion.

The iPhone X is the 10th Anniversary edition of the iPhone, with the X pronounced as the Roman numeral "ten." Priced at $999 and up, the iPhone X will be available for pre-order starting Oct. 27, with in-store availability set for Nov. 3.

According to Apple, the phone will feature facial recognition technology for biometric security, along with an OLED display, innovative TrueDepth camera, all-glass front and back, and the A11 Bionic processor with a neural engine.

Analyst: Expect More Devices with iPhone X Features

In addition to the iPhone X video that appeared on Saturday, Reddit user anonymousdave52 has posted several other images of the new phone, which features a distinctive notch at the top of its glass face to accommodate the front-facing camera. A photo that went up yesterday on Imgur shows the device in white packaging, while three other images on Reddit show the front and back of an iPhone X that appears black but is likely the color Apple calls "Space Gray."

Yesterday, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, considered a highly reliable source for information about coming Apple devices, said in a note to investors that he expects Apple to add some of the iPhone X features to next year's models of the iPad Pro as well as to any new phones it releases in 2018. Those features are likely to include the iPhone X's TrueDepth camera, which supports the device's Face ID for biometric security....

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