iPhone X: Nouvo Apple Smartphone Depo Button Kay pou Tout moun-ekran Design

iPhone X: New Apple Smartphone Dumps Home Button for All-Screen Design

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Powered by Guardian.co.ukAtik sa a ki gen tit “iPhone X: nouvo smartphone Apple depo bouton kay la pou tout-ekran konsepsyon” te ekri pa Samyèl Gibbs, pou theguardian.com nan Madi 12yèm septanm 2017 18.57 UTC

Apple te inogire iPhone X la, nouvo smartphone radikalman reamenaje li yo ki gout tradisyonèl bouton an kay la pou yon konsepsyon tout-ekran, osi byen ke nouvo iPhone 8 ak iPhone 8 Plus modèl.

ansyen vis prezidan Apple la nan maketing atravè lemond, Phil Schiller, te pran etap la nan konpayi an nan nouvo Steve Travay Teyat sitiye nan nan mak nouvo Apple Park "Veso" katye jeneral revele iPhones yo nouvo.

Nouvo a $999 (£ 999 - gen dola-a-liv égalité sou seri a nouvo nan Apple pwodwi) iPhone X ap vini ak iOS nouvo yo nan konpayi an 11 lojisyèl prezante nouvo sou ekran bouton ak jès ranplase estanda bouton an lakay fizik, ki te gen yon soutyen prensipal nan iPhones depi lansman liy lan nan 2007, plis nouvo anoji anime rele Animoji.

iPhone X la, pwononse 10, ap vini nan de koulè, espas gri ak ajan, ak ki disponib pou pre lòd-sou 27 Oktòb, ak anbake pa 3 Novanm. Yon opsyon depo 256GB ap disponib tou pou £ 1,149.

Apple chèf egzekitif Tim Cook di: "Sa a se iPhone X la. Li nan kwasans nan pi gwo pou pi devan depi iPhone a orijinal la. "

Olye pou yo peze yon bouton, itilizatè glise moute anba nan fon an pou li ale nan ekran an lakay ou epi glise epi kenbe ale nan Multitech. Yo reveye itilizatè yo aparèy jis tape ekran an oswa leve iPhone a, pandan ke se sant la kontwòl kounye a jwenn aksè pa swiping desann soti nan kwen tèt dwat nan telefòn nan.

iPhone X la gen yon nouvo ekran OLED.
iPhone X la gen yon nouvo ekran OLED. Foto: Justin Sullivan / Geti Images

Devan la nan aparèy la karakteristik yon dekoupaj nan tèt la nan nouvo OLED Super retin ekspozisyon lojman nan yon nouvo Vrè sistèm Pwofondè kamera pou sistèm nan figi ID rekonesans vizaj ak pou pran selfies ak Mode Portrait Apple la. Apple di figi ID se kapab nan idantifye mèt kay telefòn nan a soti nan yon eskanè 3D nan figi an yo nan lòd yo déblotché aparèy la, legalized peman ak opinyon sove modpas nan ekran login kòm byen ke entegre nan apps twazyèm-pati.

sistèm menm jan an yo te itilize pa Microsoft pou li yo Windows Alo-kapab Sifas liy òdinatè, men pesonn pa t gen ankò fann teknoloji a sou yon smartphone. Apple di sistèm nan te kapab nan opere menm lè itilizatè a te pote linèt, epi sèlman ouvr telefòn nan lè itilizatè a ap aktivman gade li.

iPhone X a pa gen ladan Touch ID anprent scanner Apple la, ki te prezante nan 2013 anba bouton an lakay ou ak 5S yo iPhone.

Men, Apple te di ke ID figi li yo te plis sekirite pase Touch ID pa yon faktè de 20, kapab nan lespri ant figi itilizatè a reyèl ak foto - e menm mask kopi Hollywood-nivo - lè l sèvi avèk sistèm lan Vrè Pwofondè kamera, ki pwojè yon dot kat jeyografik IR sou figi a nan kat jeyografik li. Li menm ap travay nan fè nwa a.

do a nan iPhone X la se vè.
do a nan iPhone X la se vè. Foto: Justin Sullivan / Geti Images

An se repo a nan aparèy la te fè soti nan asye pur ak vè, harking tounen nan desen an nan iPhone a 4, ak mirwar sa yo ki an rival li Samsung a Galaksi S8 men san yo pa yon ekran koube. Li make yon kontras travyè ki sot pase modèl tout-metal iPhone, epi li rete yo dwe wè si li soufri de yon nivo menm jan an frajilite kòm rival li vè-ak-metal smartphones sandwich. Apple di glas la te pi dirab nan tout tan ekipe nan yon smartphone ak ranfòsman metal. Jack a kas radyo se toujou ale twò.

iPhone X la ap gen dènye processeur Apple la, Byonik nan A11 ki vini ak yon entegre nèrveuz Engine pou rekonesans figi ak kounye a gen sis am, moute soti nan ane pase a A10 ak kat am. Apple te di ke A11 a te gen 30% pi vit grafik ak te yon jiska 70% pi vit processeur pase A10 a, pandan y ap pwolonje lavi batri pa de zè de tan sou iPhone a 7 – a pain point for the majority of current iPhone users.

Apple also introduced Qi wireless charging to the iPhone line for the first time, which uses a a plate within the back of the phone to accept an inductive charge from a pad or a piece of furniture with wireless charging built in. It’s a feature that’s been standard in Samsung’s Galaxy S line of smartphones for the last twa ane and available with several other rivals, and removes the need to fiddle with a power cable to charge your smartphone.

The back of the iPhone X has Apple’s now familiar dual camera system, which debuted on 2016’s iPhone 7 Plis with one wide-angle camera and one “telephoto” camera capable of giving the phone a two-times optical zoom, but oriented vertically rather than horizontally. Both cameras have new 12-megapixel sensors, optical image stabilisation and Apple said that it had improved its computational photography system to produce better, more detailed images.

Part of the improved system is a new version of the company’s Portrait Mode, which allows users to artificially blur the background to create a shallow depth of field, similar to that created by dSLR cameras, and change the lighting effects across the subject’s face. Rivals Samsung and others have also shipped similar features, with inherent flaws around fine detail such as hair. It remains to be seen whether Apple’s system can fix those problems.

Apple also unveiled new animated emoji characters it calls “animoji”, which allow users to map facial expressions on to little characters, such as a robot, fox, unicorn, or anthropomorphised poo using the iPhone X’s facial recognition system. The animoji can only be sent to other Apple users through the company’s Messages app.

Ben Wood, chief of research for CCS Insight said: “The iPhone X is the blueprint for the iPhone’s new hardware direction. An OLED display and the new design is likely to [gen] standard on future iPhone models, but Apple must first tackle the challenge of obtaining sufficient supply.

“A staggered introduction of OLED technology and the new design enables Apple to steadily ramp up scale in its supply chain and maximise profits. The relatively high prices of the iPhone X are a necessary and important mechanism to control demand in the near term.”

iPhone 8

iPhone a 8
iPhone a 8, which will start at $699/£699. Foto: Stephen Lam/Reuters

Alongside the iPhone X, Apple also unveiled two other new smartphones, iPhone a 8 ak 8 Plis, which are essentially updated versions of 2016’s iPhone 7 ak 7 Plis, which were themselves updates of the iPhone 6 ak iPhone 6S lines from 2014 ak 2015 respektivman.

On the outside the iPhone 8 ak 8 Plus has glass on the front and back, with a colour-matched aluminium band around the outside. Apple said that the glass on the back was the “most durable glass on any smartphone”, attempting to assuage fears that the new iPhone would be less durable than the iPhone 7.

iPhone a 8 ak 8 Plus both have Apple’s new A11 Bionic chip, but without the Neural Engine of that fitted to the iPhone X, and come with improved screens with the company’s True Tone feature and improved speakers while keeping its current form with a home button with Touch ID 2 anprent scanner. But they lack facial recognition and an all-screen design of the iPhone X.

Schiller di: “This is the first iPhone created for AR. The cameras are individually calibrated in the factory which makes a huge difference for AR, plus AR benefits from the new A11 Bionic chip.”

Apple also added wireless Qi charging like the iPhone X and the latest Bluetooth 5.0 estanda, which is expected to become widely used in the next year for headphones and other peripherals.

iPhone a 8 ak 8 Plus will come in three colours and start at $699/£699 and $799/£799 respectively with 64GB of storage, available for pre-order from 15 September and shipping by 22 septanm. A 256GB storage option will also available.

Wood said: “The iPhone X and iPhone 8 models are very strong additions to Apple’s portfolio that address increasing competition from Samsung and others. Rivals will be watching how quickly Apple can meet demand for the iPhone X and begin to build margins on a new design with new components.”

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