Prepare yourself: Apple has just dropped THREE new iPhones

Publish Date
Wednesday, 13 September 2017, 8:20AM
Photo: Getty Images

Photo: Getty Images

Finally, after months of anticipation, Apple has revealed 3 new iPhones, alongside an upgrade to the Apple Watch and a higher-Apple TV! 

Here's what you need to know about the new iPhones:

iPHONE X

NZ prices: 64GB: $1799 - 256GB $2099

Pre orders from October 23, available from November 3

- Edge-to-edge display

- Richer colours

- Facial recognition software called Face ID that allows users to unlock the phone without the need for a fingerprint reader or physical home button

 

iPHONE 8

NZ prices: 64GB: $1249 - 256GB: $1549

Pre-orders from September 15, available September 22

- 4.7 inch retina HD display

- Glass in both the front and back

- Come in silver, space grey and gold

- Made from aluminium, with steel-reinforced glass

- Feature an A11 bionic chip - the most powerful and smartest chip ever in a smartphone

- A new Portrait Lighting mode can alter lighting in an image, using artificial intelligence to change lighting over the face

- Wireless charging

- Feature new 40K 60 frames per second video mode, and a Slo-Mo option that runs at 240 frames a second

- The cameras are calibrated for augmented reality (AR)

- Glass is the most durable ever seen in a smartphone

 

iPHONE 8 PLUS

NZ prices: 64GB: $1449 - 256GB: $1749

Pre-orders from September 15, available September 22

- 5.5 inch retina HD display

- Dual 12MP sensor cameras, providing 83 per cent more light, with deeper pixels

- Glass in both the front and back

- Come in silver, space grey and gold

- Made from aluminium, with steel-reinforced glass

- Feature an A11 bionic chip - the most powerful and smartest chip ever in a smartphone

- A new Portrait Lighting mode can alter lighting in an image, using artificial intelligence to change lighting over the face

- Wireless charging

- Feature new 40K 60 frames per second video mode, and a Slo-Mo option that runs at 240 frames a second

- The cameras are calibrated for augmented reality (AR)

- Glass is the most durable ever seen in a smartphone

 

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