Title: Apple iPhone X
Resolution: 2560 x 1440

The Apple iPhone X, pronounced as “iPhone Ten,” was released in November 2017, commemorating the tenth anniversary of the iPhone lineup. Representing a significant design shift, it featured an edge-to-edge Super Retina display, abandoning the traditional home button in favor of Face ID facial recognition technology for device unlocking and authentication. The OLED display, measuring 5.8 inches, offered vibrant colors and high contrast, while the stainless steel frame and glass back contributed to its premium aesthetic.

Powered by the A11 Bionic chip, the iPhone X delivered robust performance and introduced Animoji, animated emoji that could mimic users’ facial expressions using the front-facing TrueDepth camera. The dual-camera system on the rear comprised 12-megapixel wide and telephoto lenses, enabling optical zoom and Portrait Mode photography. The iPhone X ran on iOS 11 and supported wireless charging, a feature embraced across subsequent iPhone models. Its launch marked a milestone in Apple’s design language and technology integration, influencing subsequent smartphone trends with its emphasis on facial recognition and immersive display experiences.