Stick with me here. Last year we got the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. This year we should have seen the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus, if Apple had followed the pattern it started since the iPhone 3GS back in 2009. On even years, a heftier upgrade; in odd years, a slighter upgrade followed by the suffix "S." If Apple had stuck to that plan, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus would have lit up the stage in 2018, not now in 2017. The iPhone X shook it all up. As Apple's special edition phone, it marks the 10th anniversary of the very first iPhone in 2007, and makes some bold design choices, like removing that home button and making your face the key to unlocking the phone. (The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus keep their home buttons, by the way.).
But what to name it?, By calling it the iPhone X, Apple has fast-tracked us beyond the point of no return, The 8 and 8 Plus are already iphone screen protectors target upon us; with an iPhone "10" in the mix, the iPhone 9 is already past due, So what comes next? It's possible that Apple will adopt a totally new naming convention, After all, the company's been naming MacOS after wildcats and California's natural landmarks for years, as with MacOS Mountain Lion and Yosemite, We could see Apple take a similar turn next year, (iPhone Sequoia, anyone?) Or, maybe more likely, Apple takes us down the iPad road and simply calls the next iPhones "iPhone" and "iPhone Plus." (Which we would immediately refer to as "iPhone 2018," etc.)..
We have a year to speculate. Let the guessing games begin. With the iPhone 8 and iPhone X in the books, Apple might be prepping for change. Hello, iPhone X. Goodbye, iPhone names as we know them. When Apple announced the iPhone X (pronounced "ten," not "ex") with no home button, the electronics giant might have also subtly prepped us for a major sea change in how Apple phones are named. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
Apple CEO Tim Cook reminisced about how the first iPhone "changed the world."Lost in the pomp and circumstance, however, was another key anniversary date: Sept, 5, 2007, The iPhone X has a radical new design compared to the more subtle changes to the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, iphone screen protectors target That's when Apple slashed the price of its iPhone by $200 to $399, a little more than two months after the launch, The move upset a lot of early adopters who'd paid full price, but Jobs knew Apple had a hit on its hand and he wanted to pump up demand..
"We've clearly got a breakthrough product and we want to make it affordable for even more customers as we enter this holiday season," Jobs said in the announcement. By the following year, the price of the iPhone 3G dropped to $199 thanks to a phone subsidy from AT&T. It cost $599 without a contract. On Tuesday, Apple, now under Cook, reversed course in a big way with the debut of the $1,000 iPhone X (the 256GB model costs $1,150), the high-end version of the three new iPhones unveiled at the new Apple campus in Cupertino, California. It also happens to be the model that gets the most design changes and the newest technologies.
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