With its exceptional media strategy, Apple is able to create heavy buzz around its iPhone launch events.
Kuo, one of the foremost authorities on Apple predictions, suggests that the new cameras and Face ID will make for a more consistent user experience between users of the iPad Pro and iPhone X, the soon-to-be-released smartphone that will include Apple's first use of the technology. Apple clearly took advantage of eliminating the home button to expand the iPhone X's screen size, but that's not as necessary on devices that already have large displays.
Apple's iPhone X just might be the biggest smartphone launch of 2017. A glance at the notch is enough to confirm the phone is indeed Apple's best iPhone to date.
Here's another iPhone X sighting from Reddit. Now it would appear that Apple will also add Face ID to next years iPad Pro.
The iPhone X also supports Dolby Vision and HDR10, which together should make the phototropic images and video contents look even more stunning.
Due to the all-screen display on the front panel of the iPhone X, the Touch ID fingerprint sensor has now been replaced by Face ID facial recognition sensor which will securely unlock the handset simply by looking on it. While the iPhone 6, iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 were the most popular phones for the first half of 2015, 2016 and 2017 respectively, market share for each phone declined from 10% to 7% and then 5% this year.
There's a lot of new features and aspects to like on the iPhone X and it's surely a huge a super-cycle upgrade over anything the Cupertino has built in years.