Apple‘s got a brand new flagship smartphone out and surprise, surprise, it’s got an excellent camera. But the question is: How good is the iPhone X’s camera? Can it compete with the best smartphone cameras in the market right now?
Well, there’s really only one way to find out. It’s time for another flagship smartphone camera comparison.
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The latest crop of iPhones which include the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X are finally supporting wireless charging using the Qi standard. At the time of launch, it only supports the standard 5 watt (5V 1A) output which is pretty slow when compared to Samsung’s Fast Wireless Charging support that does 9 watt (9V 1A).
Fortunately, there’s a way to speed that up and you can enable it with Apple’s upcoming software update.
The Maxis Zerolution program allows anyone to own a brand new smartphone with easy monthly instalments and RM0 upfront. On top of that, you can swap phones every 12 months hassle-free for an extra monthly fee.
Now it appears that Maxis has stopped offering iPhones on Zerolution and if you plan to get one from Maxis, you’ll need to take up a standard contract plan.
Apple‘s iPhone X is taking the world by storm and I haven’t seen people this excited about something with X in the name since the X-Men. It’s not hard to see why because this is the most exciting iPhone since the first one came out 10 years ago. But at the end of the day, it’s still a smartphone so it still needs to be good at smartphone-y things like a good battery life, good performance, and a good camera.
The good news is, according to the boffins over at DxOMark, Apple’s latest device has the best camera for photography, beating out every other smartphone they’ve ever tested.
iPhone X just went on sale today in a whole bunch of different countries but Malaysia isn’t one of them. It’s coming, it’s just not here yet. This usually means, for reasonable people, that we’ll have to wait a while longer for Apple’s most anticipated iPhone since the original.
But the thing about us humans is, some aren’t reasonable. Some of us are willing to pay way more than anyone probably should for a smartphone, just so they can be the first. And that’s where scalpers thrive. People like this guy, who’s selling a 256GB iPhone X for nearly RM10,000.
Apple has just announced its latest quarter results for the fiscal 2017 fourth quarter which ended on 30 September 2017. Overall, Apple is doing very well with more units sold across all product categories compared to the same period last year.
They have sold 10% more iPad and Macs year on year while services, which include app store purchases, iCloud and Apple Music subscription have increased by 34% in revenue. For other products which include their Apple TV and Apple Watch have also shown a revenue increase of 36%. Overall, they have posted a total revenue of $52.58 billion which marks a 12% increase year on year.