The unveiling of the iPhone X has set a lot of people wondering whether or not the gadget is the future of smartphones. Apple is seemingly generating higher revenues through selling its devices to the captive audience. One is left wondering what could be going on in Tim Cook’s mind. May it be about the lessons offered by Steve jobs eluding the top executive’s knowledge? Or is it about him trying to align to the various market expectations and demands?
This company’s presentation of the iPhone X is slowly being followed by some critical truths. The first one is about the launch dates. It will take quite some time before buyers are allowed to start making pre-orders for the handset. It is hoped it might be in the hands of consumers from November if everything moves according to plan.
Most probably, the initial stock might turn out to be much reduced in comparison to the previous iPhone launches. The balancing act between the launch of the new device in September and the efforts to hold on to technology until time is right is a delicate matter.
This device will be packed with new technology and that will move quite a long way towards helping it achieve its signature feat of facial recognition. The iPhone X could a significant step forward in technology though it is also critical to point to the fact that the device could be introducing an awkward problem for the iPhone line.
The first time smartphone launch by Steve Job laid much emphasis on setting up a system that would be a ‘do everything’ single device. Some of the most remarkable aspects included good cameras, remarkable GPS and mapping as well as some stereo jacks for listening to music. The revolutionary nature of the iPhone revolved around the idea of getting the any user to that point of feeling-‘this is all that I need.’
The provider’s iPhone range now moves from the diminutive iPhone SE with the incoming iPhone X at the peak. It is quite agreeable that any iPhone will always be associated with some form of limitation and some restrictions as well. Users need to be more focused on devices that align to their particular needs.