The iPhone 8 Plus will be Apple's heaviest iPhone ever

The iPhone 8 Plus will be Apple's heaviest iPhone ever”

Apple has been struggling with production issues with the iPhone X - particularly new components like the face recognition system and the OLED screen which ironically has been manufactured by Samsung.

Check out some photos from inside Apple's new, futuristic-looking campus, particularly the Steve Jobs Theater.

Investors and fans had viewed the 10th anniversary iPhone launch as an opportunity for Apple to refresh a smartphone line-up that had lagged the competition in new features.

"Apple is just one of many major technology companies that have made a decision to increase their prices in the United Kingdom since the vote in June past year", King said, noting that the weakness of the pound is the reason for this. Without the App Store, for example, companies like Uber may not exist.

New York-based Solaris Asset Management chief investment officer Tim Ghriskey said he was not anxious about the shipping date and liked the new phones features, but also flagged a lack of surprises.

iPhone X incorporates a large number of impressive innovations that no smartphone has shown before.

Like it or not, we live on our smartphones these days.

Bucking the trend of an aluminium unibody chassis that many previous iPhones use, the iPhone X has an nearly all-glass exterior.

Sky has said that it will also be stocking the iPhone X.

For instance, it has what is called "face ID", for logging into the device with the user's face. Odds are, since you've started reading this article, you've already checked your Facebook or Twitter at least once.

"With the introduction of iPhone ten years ago, we revolutionized the mobile phone with Multi-Touch. iPhone X marks a new era for iPhone - one in which the device disappears into the experience".

Big news for the Apple Watch - Series 3 owners will be able to take calls and access the internet on the watch without having their iPhone on them, thanks to a newly incorporated cellular modem. Those are two developments that could lead to smaller devices; ones that we may be less dependent on. But perhaps the real story is that Apple watched what its competitors have done and has found a way to deliver something better.

I hope that's how it unfolds. Apple says it is working with 20th Century Fox, Lionsgate and other production houses to bring new content to iTunes. And if that's the case, then the future of Apple might be doomed.

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