but they're arranged vertically.
Dual optical image stabilization. on both lenses. That's a lot of magnets moving around in a small space for better stabilization & low light
There's zero shutter lag, so you can freeze motion with an image.
iPhone X supports the portrait lighting effects just as iPhone 8 does.
Like iPhone 8, it's tuned for AR applications.
And, it can do portrait mode selfies. #appleevent
Of course, everything in iPhone X is powered by the A11 Bionic (just like iPhone 8)
The iPhone X can deliver 2 more hours of battery life. It also works with Qi charging for wireless charging.
Phil gives us a sneak peek of a wireless charging product. Currently, you have to charge a watch, airpods, a phone...
So they're making a mat that can charge the Series 3 Watch, iPhone 8 or X, and Airpods in wireless charging case. At the same time!
This is called AirPower. Charging three devices like this wasn't formerly possible.
"We're going to work with Qi standards team to incorporate this into future standards and improve charging for everyone"
Jony Ive is narrating the beautiful video about the iPhone X
Jony Ive's voice just came out of a poop emoji.
The camera optimizes the image before the photo is even taken.
"Ten years ago, Steve introduced the world to iPhone. He quoted Wayne Gretzky: I skate to where the puck is going to be, not where it has been"
Tim: "iPhone X. This really is the future. We've made a fun new ad, and I'd love to show it to you."
The song is Best Friend by Soft Tukker, feat. NERVO & the Knocks, in case people are interested.
Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular, giving you the freedom to go anywhere with or without the iPhone. Apple TV 4K with incredible 4K content
iPhone 8 with A11 Bionic and powerful AR capabilities. iPhone X, the most advanced iPhone we've ever made.
We began this morning with inspiring words from Steve. One of the ways that I believe people express their appreciate to the rest of humanit
is to make something wonderful and put it out there." Tim thanks everyone from Apple who is in the audience representing their team.
"We work really hard at Apple to create wonderful things, and we hope you love what we've introduced today.
I think Steve would be really proud of them."
That's it! We're going to the hands-on area now.
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