Iphone X & Why To Get It

Tyler Amaya

The iPhone X’s display screen is 5.8-inches diagonally and has a 2436×1125 pixel resolution at 458 pixels-per-inch. It’s called “Super Retina” because it’s so incredibly clear it’s pretty much captures a perfect picture of what is actually happening . It supports HDR 10 and Dolby Vision, too. It teeters on the verge of a 2K screen (which is 2560 x 1440) and also adds the clarity and boost of HDR and Dolby. My television set doesn’t even have that good of a display.

The iPhone Plus line received an upgrade to the camera system with two separate lenses, one wide-angle and one telephoto. The iPhone X gets those same lenses, but has the added bonus of optical image stabilization on both of them. That means clearer pictures, better low-light imaging, and a plethora of abilities that no other iPhone can do.

The Face ID system is made up of eight different parts, including a handful of sensors that create a depth map of your face. That dot projector and the multi-camera system on the front of the iPhone X has a lot of potential for creating amazing digital enhancements. Animoji and SnapChat filters are just the beginning, but they are both examples of what’s possible with the technology stuffed inside the True Depth camera on the iPhone X. revised information from 5 reasons why to buy and iphone x