Ah, so after all of the waiting, Apple have unveiled the iPhone X – their latest device, packed full with new and impressive features. Face ID, a 5.8inch edge-to-edge display and wireless charging are just some of the headline-grabbing features of the latest release. However, arguably the biggest news is that in the UK – the phone will cost £1000! Yes, £1000 – for a phone. Safe to say, as is customary in these instances, the world has reacted through Twitter – here are some of the best reactions:
Fancy a ‘free trip’ to the States?!
buying iPhone X in europe? why not add a free weekend trip to NYC pic.twitter.com/K3IbdF4WNL
— juan (@juanbuis) September 13, 2017
A good point about how Apple didn’t think of John Cena with this latest unveiling – sickening.
My main concern with the new face ID on the iPhone X is how in the world is John Cena going to unlock his phone
— DAVID DOBRIK (@DavidDobrik) September 12, 2017
With the price being as high as it is – here is an interesting way of deciding how to pay for it…
APPLE STORE: So how are you paying the IPHONE X
— ••laliz•• (@andrea_alvarezx) September 12, 2017
Spare a thought for the old models…
— Geek Beyond (@geek_beyond) September 12, 2017
One for the fans of ‘Game of Thrones’
One of the best iPhone X memes, I cannat with y'all 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/zcB3nhZz2P
— Young Black King 👑♠ (@pyepar) September 13, 2017
The Face ID has also raised several important questions:
The best meme so far on face ID of Apple iPhone X pic.twitter.com/XB1ljzlnJV
— roobina mongia (@roobinam) September 13, 2017
We’ll just leave this here…
Wife: How are all those 2 faced people gonna unlock their new #iPhoneX?
— The Invisible Man (@invisibleman_17) September 13, 2017
Get with the times!
— The New Total Man (@Omoso_Omoso) September 13, 2017
And the customary Trump mention:
— Matt Black (@MattBlackZA) September 13, 2017
Finally, reaction to a difficult night for the Android fraternity…
Android users watching the iPhone X reveal. pic.twitter.com/awNxawgBaA
— Cycle (@bycycle) September 12, 2017
The iPhone X will be released on general sale on November 3. Pre-orders are available from October 27. Until then, Twitter will continue to be a hot-bed of activity. The era of the £1000 smartphone has arrived…