The Apple iPhone X event this week saw the introduction of three new iPhones and next-generation versions of the Apple TV and Apple Watch. Here’s a look back at a very busy week in technology.
In Review: The New iPhones
The Number Eight
No one can accuse Apple of only catering to the rich. After introducing the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus this week, the company is now offering a record eight handsets to the public. These range in price from $349 for the 32GB iPhone SE to $1,149 for the 256GB iPhone X.
- This is the iPhone X
- Apple’s Craig Federighi Answers More Questions About Face ID
- You Can Download iOS 11, watchOS 4, tvOS 11 on Tuesday, Sept. 19
- How Much Do the 2017 iPhones Cost to Finance?
- The iPhone 8 Versus the 8 Plus: What’s the Difference?
- Apple Execs Discuss Development of A11 Bionic Chip Powering the New iPhones
About the Fifth Apple TV
We can thank Apple for finally adding 4K/HDR compatibility to Apple TV. Unfortunately, the price of admission remains incredibly high. Plus, what happened to the Amazon TV app for Apple TV?
The Apple TV 4K
Apple Watch Series 3
Apple has overtaken Rolex to become the No. 1 watch company in the world. Let that sink in. In just over two years, Apple Watch has become the most sold wristwatch on the planet. The lead will likely grow now that the Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular) is here.
The New Watch
The Road Ahead
With Apple’s fall event history, we’re left with waiting for many of this year’s goodies to arrive.
The iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Apple TV 4K, and Apple Watch Series 3 officially arrive this Friday, Sept. 22. Pre-orders for the iPhone X begin on Friday, Oct. 27 with a launch date one week later, Nov. 3.
The HomePod, which was first announced in June, launches sometime in December.
Two new products coming, but without release dates, include the AirPods wireless charging case and AirPower wireless charging mat.
What grade would you give the Apple iPhone X event? Let us know below.
How Would You Rate Apple's Fall Event This Past Week?— AppAdvice (@AppAdvice) September 17, 2017