Apple use iPhone X hype to support same-sex marriage in Australia

Joanna Estrada
September 12, 2017

The event takes place at Apple Park in Cupertino, California - specifically in a theatre built specifically for these launches and named after Apple's founder Steve Jobs - the Steve Jobs Theater. Thanks to a tweet, we now also have their official names.

As mentioned in the first post regarding the Apple event 2017, people those who all having the following features in their device can only able to watch this event in the live stream.

Another new feature that seems to be on the way with Apple's iPhone X is something called Animoji, animated 3D emojis for use with iMessage. The phone (probably) won't have a home button, but will feature a facial recognition camera. Apple often sources its parts from multiple manufacturers to ensure it is getting reliable parts at the best price.

Apple is set to unveil the eagerly-awaited iPhone 8 at a special event TODAY (September 12). This year's event has been anticipated more than any before as it is more than just its annual event where Apple unveils new products: it marks 10 years of iPhone launches!

A new Apple Watch is also on the cards, with its own 4G connection.

The iPhone X
The iPhone X

Besides iPhone X, Apple will also introduce two other phones called iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

Interestingly enough, the Discover website also mentioned the iPod touch (7th Generation) on its website, an update to the product lineup that was understood to have been discontinued.

Steve Troughton-Smith, an app developer in Ireland, discovered the iPhone X information in an update for iOS 11.

David Barker of technology marketing firm Amobee said online discussion of the upcoming announcement was focusing on the alleged new features, which he claimed was a positive sign for potential sales. There will be an OLED all-screen display, dual-camera module, a glass sandwich design, and the much awaited wireless charging support. Other new devices expected to appear tomorrow include a 4K Apple TV and a new Apple Watch that supports LTE cellular communication. Mac users can watch the live stream with Safari on macOS version 10.11 or later.

According to a report from The Independent this morning, the iPhone X may be very hard to get hold of for several weeks - or even months - after its launch.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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