Buy the iPhone X, and in the box you get your Apple iPhone Xs Max with operating system iOS 11, you get EarPods with a lightening connector, Lightning to 3.5mm Headphone Jack Adapter, a Lightning to USB Cable, a USB Power Adapter and then associated documentation about your new iPhone. You may choose the 64GB version or the 256GB version. It has a Super Retina HD display, it has a 5.8-inch all-screen OLED Multi-Touch display, it has HDR display, and it has a 2436×1125-pixel resolution that runs at 458 ppi. It also says that it has fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating, but you can make fingerprints if you are determined.
The Brand New iPhone Xs Max!
One of the first things you need to know about your iPhone is that it is not compatible with existing micro-SIM cards. It takes a Nano-SIM, which you are going to have to buy separately because it doesn’t come in the box with your iPhone device.
Oodles Of Accesablity Features
These are features that some people use to help them see or hear their phone more clearly, and others use them because they are fun or because they make it easier to use the phone. These features include: switch control, magnifier, zoom, software textphone, type to Siri, closed captions, Siri and dictation and VoiceOver.
The Cool Sensors
Your new opportunity comes with Face ID, a barometer, a three-axis gyro built in, an accelerometer, proximity sensor and an ambient light sensor. These are partially used in the phone’s functions, but are mostly used by other apps, which includes apps such as Pokemon Go that require a built-in gyroscope.
How Long Does The Battery Last
You get up to 21 hours of talk time, which is two hours more than the iPhone 7. You get up to 12 hours of Internet use, and 13 hours of recorded video playback. Audio playback lasts for around 60 hours. There is a fast-charge function that can push your battery power up to around 50% in just 30 minutes. You may charge your iPhone with its socket charger, with a USB computer to iPhone adapter, or with a wireless charging hub.
The iPhone X has numerous ways to track where your phone is. It has Assisted GPS, Galileo, QZSS and GLONASS. It also has a digital compass and is able to track Wi-Fi signals. If you are using your mobile data, then a carrier is able to locate your phone. Plus, it has the scary Apple iBeacon micro-location software installed that is able to track your location around the world.
Apple Pay, Face ID and Video Calling
You are able to make video calls using FaceTime with the iPhone X, which requires either your mobile data or access to Wi-Fi Internet. There is also Voice Over LTE (VolTE) calling, Wi-Fi calling, and FaceTime audio calling. The phone allows you to use ApplePay, and it has Face ID that is enabled by TrueDepth camera software and technology.
The TrueDepth Camera
There are two cameras: back and front. The one facing you is a TrueDepth camera that was built for things such as facial recognition. It has its own slew of features and perks that include: a 7 mp camera, ƒ/2.2 aperture, portrait lighting (beta), body and face detection, 1080p hd video recording, auto header, animoji, portrait mode, exposure control, retina flash, wide color capture for live photos, backside illumination sensor, a burst mode, a timer mode and auto image stabilization.
The Back Camera
This is a 12mp camera for clearer pictures from a distance. It has far more functions than the front camera. They include: telephoto: ƒ/2.4 aperture, optical zoom; digital zoom up to 10x, body & face detection, wide color capture for live photos, backside illumination sensor, hybrid ir filter, portrait lighting, photos with image stabilization, wide-angle: ƒ/1.8 aperture, sapphire crystal lens cover, noise reduction, panorama (up to 63mp), image formats captured: heif and jpeg, tap to focus with focus pixels, autofocus with focus pixels, quad-led true tone flash with slow sync, burst mode, auto image stabilization, timer mode, six-element lens, exposure control, improved local tone mapping, portrait mode, dual optical image stabilization, photo geotagging and auto hdr for photos.
The Video Camera
Despite the fact that the cameras on the front and back are different, they both allow for videos to be taken. However, it is the camera on the back that is best suited for taking photos. The statistics listed below are primarily related to the back camera. Some of the functions work for the front camera too, but not all of them. For example, the back camera allows you to take 4K videos and take 8MP still photos at the same time where the front camera does not.
30fps – 720p HD video recording
24fps, 30fps or 60fps – 4K video recording
Noise reduction functions
Quad-LED True Tone flash
30fps or 60fps – 1080p HD video recording
HEVC and H.264 video formats
6x digital zoom
Optical image video stabilization
Continuous video autofocus
Cinematic video stabilization at both 720p and 1080p
Face and body detection
Time-lapse video that has stabilization
Slo-mo video is supported for 1080p videos at 120fps or at 240fps
How To Get A Free iPhone
You have to try this thing called, “Theft.” It is against the law, but if you get away with it, then you get a free iPhone. Otherwise, you are going to have to buy an iPhone if you want one. Some phone carriers will offer you a deal where they give you what they “Claim” to be a free iPhone if you sign up with them, but what you have to do is sign up to a phone contract that costs you epic amounts of money over a series of months and years. Only a fool believes the “Get a free iPhone Xs Max” adverts.