Last year, just hours before its big iPhone 7 event, Apple's Twitter account accidentally released a 15-second video that revealed the iPhone 7. And while Apple in its invites to the press event didn't clarify what's on the agenda, the excitement is palpable. Today, with the launch of iPhone X, Apple will mark its 10th anniversary edition of the smartphone, while iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will be seen as upgrades to the iPhone 7 series. There's also going to be a face recognition scanner on the front for unlocking the phone. The description of the iPhone X is not yet confirmed, although it is believed to be a premium iPhone 8 variant. Interestingly new features like Face ID, Animojis etc have also been leaked for the upcoming iPhone. Like previous iPhones, Apple is hoping to create new records in the smartphone industry and one of them is something which we are not looking forward to. To view the Apple 2017 event, you can use the Safari browser on any Apple device and navigate to this site.
The event Tuesday will take place at Apple's "spaceship" office in California, though few actual details about the iPhone release are publicly available. Additionally, it could also be introduced with a new version of the TvOS.
Providing we weren't misled by the countless leaks that have appeared online over the past several months, the iPhone X will be the main attraction at the event on Tuesday.
Various leaks had indicated the new phone will feature a sharper display, a so-called OLED screen that will extend from edge to edge of the device, thus eliminating the exterior gap, or "bezel", that now surrounds most phone screens. Besides, two other new smartphones "iPhone 8" and "iPhone 8 Plus" may be launched at the event. It's also said to feature a glass back to facilitate inductive wireless charging.