Post by KostaAndreadis @ 11:57am 13/09/17 | 9 Comments
Causing highly intelligent and perceptive people the world over to proclaim, "Where for art though iPhone 9?" Like the Xbox One X, there's no power greater than X which makes the iPhone X a device ripped from the headlines found on one of those futuristic newspapers seen in the film Minority Report. It's the future... today. Face scanning technology, animated animals expressing emotion, it's got it all.
This isn't a smartphone for mere mortals either, with a price that starts at $1579 AUD for the 64GB model when it launches on November 3. Which is a few days before the Xbox One X, causing many tuxedo-clad people within the industry to sip on their expensive champagne whilst turning to each other to say, "Well I say, November is clearly the month of X".
So what makes the iPhone X so special? The fact that you need to ask has already informed Apple of your whereabouts so they can add you to their unworthy list - think Santa but instead of Elves in the North Pole creating toys they use the cheap labour and slave-like working conditions found in some parts of Asia. Anyway, watch the above video created by the same corporations that run society in every dystopian future you've ever seen depicted on film to get a better picture.
For our Elite Readers with AusGamers Platinum access, you can expect to bask in the awesome full glass front and back of the new iPhone X. And when unworthy folks like, most of the population, whisper to each other in poor attempts at solace noting that glass has a long-standing history of breaking you can respond, "Surgical grade steel can be found within the reflective beauty of the iPhone X, making this the toughest glass-based smart device ever created!" To which the wretched masses might say something along the lines of, "There hasn't been a smartphone that hasn't cracked at one stage or another".
But that doesn't take into account animated animal-based emoji things built from your own facial profile. Check. Mate.
Which the new iPhone will feature alongside a slightly better camera taking even better pictures than the awesome pictures of the current model, facial recognition security that has a 1 in 100,000 chance of being hacked, a battery that will last so much longer that you can expect an extra hour or two without plugging it in. Except that you won't because it also features wireless charging.