The iPhone is dead, and the iPhone X is what’s going to kill it
Preorders for Apple’s new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus just went live on Friday morning, but most of our attention is still focused on the iPhone X. The new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are both terrific upgrades compared to last year’s iPhone models. They’re also faster and more powerful than any rival smartphone in the world, including Samsung’s just-released Galaxy Note 8. But the iPhone X is the future of Apple’s smartphone lineup, featuring a bold new design and enhanced technologies that have never before been seen on any smartphone.
While the world waits anxiously to finally experience the iPhone X when it’s released in November, two industry watchers have an interesting take on the phone. According to a new report issued this week, the advanced technology that makes Apple’s new iPhone X so appealing may be the very thing that ultimately kills off the entire iPhone product line.
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