Apple special event 2017: iPhone X, iPhone 8, 4K TV, Watch Series 3: Apple just held its first-ever event at the Steve Jobs Theater. It unveiled a lot of apple products. The biggest highlight of the event was iPhone X. Apple has unveiled its new iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. Apple also unveiled Apple Watch Series 3 and Apple TV 4K. Here’s everything Apple announced at Apple special event 2017.
Apple special event 2017 Summary
- iPhone X
Apple pulled off yet another one more thing after it unveiled the iPhone 8 at its big launch event at the new Steve Jobs theater. Details of the iPhone X or 10 have been leaked and rumored but now it is real. It is being hailed as a future of the smartphone according to Apple. This new phone is a big shift from the way Apple has designed all its previous iPhone.
- iPhone 8 and 8 Plus
Unfortunately, The new phones look very similar to last year 7 and 7 plus but there are a few key changes the iPhone 8 and 8 plus now have glass backs rather than aluminum which was done in order to support wireless charging. iPhone 8 has a 4.7-inch display while the iPhone 8 Plus has a 5.5-inch display. Apple designed 3 core graphics processor which is set to deliver up to 30% better graphics performance and also iPhone 8 has an improved 12-megapixel rear camera.
- Apple Watch Series 3
Apple has unveiled the next generation of the Apple watch which has predictably been named Apple watch series 3. New Apple watch will now be able to perform certain functions without the need of an iPhone nearby. The biggest highlight of the Apple watch series 3 is cellular connectivity which will allow you to go for a run or a swim leaving your phone at home. it’ll also let you make calls and stream Apple music directly.
- Apple TV 4K
Apple has unveiled brand new Apple 4K TV. Apple TV 4K lets you watch movies and shows in the amazing 4K HDR quality. Offers great content from apps like Netflix, Hulu, and ESPN. And streams live sports and news. 4K gives you a crisper picture using four times more pixels than standard HD. High Dynamic Range (HDR) delivers brighter, more realistic colors and greater detail.
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