iPhone X: Apple suffers major leak ahead of latest iPhone launch

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Apple has suffered a major leak after the name of its 10th anniversary iPhone was released ahead of the product launch on Tuesday.

The name of the phone – the iPhone X – was revealed on Saturday by game developer Steven Troughton-Smith, who discovered the details in a leaked software code.

According to news site 9to5Mac, the new device will be priced at around £760 ($1,000) and is expected to have a series of upgrades from the previous model.

It is rumoured that the phone will not have the traditional home button and will be controlled by gestures and facial recognition features instead.

The 5.8 inch screen is expected to be high-definition and the phone will reportedly feature 3D technology that will be able to recognise when a user is looking at the screen or not and adjust the brightness settings accordingly.

This same technology will support message app Animoji, which can create emojis mirroring the user’s facial expression and using their own voice. 

The iPhone X will be launched at the same time as the iPhone 8 and 8Plus – which are believed to be updated versions of the 7 models – and marks ten years since the first iPhone was released.

Apple is also expected to launch its new watch will support Apple TV.


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