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Meet World’s First $1000 Mobile Device, iPhone 8

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Apple Inc. has unveiled the long awaited iPhone 8. The latest device is said to boast of face recognition and wireless charging technology. Most importantly, it marks the entry of over $1000 device in global mobile market.

 

IT NEWS NIGERIA gathered that the names will be iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

 

As regards other things to look forward to, there would be an updated software, the iOS11. There will also be minor upgrades in comparison to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus series.

 

The new iPhone 8 unveiled on September 12 will be available online on Friday, September 15th while the release date, which will be available in stores for pickup, is more likely to occur on September 22 or 23.
PRICE: The iPhone 8 series is probably going to retail for at least N359,500 ($1000). High end modle could cost as much as $1300.

 

Apple Pphone 8

SPECIFICATIONS
5.8in 2.5D OLED edge-to-edge display
New design with an ‘all-glass’ construction
Powerful 10nm A11 chip
Wireless charging
A 3D-sensing camera
Dual rear-facing camera touch ID Sensor and an “all-screen front” design
71x143x7.4mm
Wireless charging support
Face-scanning technology
Support for LTE speeds up to 450Mbps
Apple iPhone X will start at 64GB storage with 256GB and 512GB versions

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