The Latest Trend In Iphone X And Iphone 8.

On its 10th anniversary in 2017, iPhones perfectly understandable that Apple fans are fixating on the iPhone 8 and iPhone X new design with some cool features like Wireless charging, facial recognition technology, flexible plastic OLED display.
you have to wait for a few more days as the launch is scheduled on 3rd of November. However, you can book your iPhone X from 27th October.
The Apple iPhone 8 will launch in India on 29 September—a week after they go on sale in the US—while the top-end iPhone X will debut on 3 November. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will be available for Rs64,000 onwards whereas the iPhone X starts at Rs89,000.

Below is List of some feature that is set to release in new iPhone X And iPhone 8 :
Features of iPhone X:
The sharpest display ever on an iPhone
Facial recognition
Wireless charging
Brand new cameras
No Home Button
Front Camera-7-megapixel
Resolution-1125x2436 pixels
OS-iOS 11
Rear Camera-12-megapixel
Apple iPhone X’s 64GB version to be priced at Rs89,000 with another 256GB variant available. The storage options for iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will be 64GB and 256GB

Features of iPhone 8:
5.8" OLED display
Faster A11 processor
Glass body
Edge-to-edge display
Facial Recognition, perhaps replacing Touch ID
No Home button
Wireless charging
Three models - One OLED, two standard
Super-fast charging via USB-C connection
Enhanced water resistance or waterproofing
Higher quality earpiece for louder, clearer audio
Apple's next-generation processor (the A10X or A11)
Support for the Apple Pencil
Priced between $850 and $1,200
iPhone price in India is expected to be around 80-90k.
"The iPhone is the most important product Apple creates. It directly represents around two-thirds of Apple's revenue -- the precise amount varies by season. In addition, iPhone technology is widely used in the iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV, and as Apple sells more iPhones it creates up-sell opportunities. The iPhone is Apple's most visible brand now because iPod sales have declined and the Mac has never enjoyed remotely the same volume," Ian Fogg, an analyst at IHS Markit told Gadgets 360.
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