The iPhone X, pronounced "ten”, is set to release on November 3rd and it looks to be a very fitting way to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the iPhone.
Boasting features such as a full-screen display, an all-new ‘Super Retina’ resolution, a reinforced glass design and support for wireless charging, there is a lot for smartphone lovers to be excited about. However, Apples new flagship device has caused much controversy for its pricing with the 64GB version looking to set you back $999 and the 256GB iPhone X rumoured to cost around $1,149.
Apple’s smartphone range has progressed over time with each successive generation of the iPhone adding new features and, in almost all cases, getting better. From the original iPhone that had a 480×320 resolution screen and a 2 megapixel camera, to the iPhone X that has a 2436×1125 resolution screen and two cameras, one that is 12 megapixels and the other 7 megapixels. The iPhone has changed dramatically over the last 10 years in terms of price, screen resolution, battery and storage, but where will it be in the next 30 years?