Apple has launched a new model of the iPhone X, and while it won’t offer any more 4K resolution, the new iPhone will still offer a wider viewing angle and “safer” 4K content.
According to Apple, the 4K iPhone X “is a bigger, better display for your content.”
The iPhone X is also said to have “more battery life” than previous versions, “and better battery life when using your content on the go.”
It will also be a “better choice for those looking for a more flexible device to keep in their pocket.”
We don’t know what the final specs are for the new model, but it’s likely to feature a 5.5-inch 1080p screen, a bigger display (possibly with an additional OLED display), a new 12-megapixel camera, and perhaps an 8-megabyte internal memory.
The new iPhone model also seems to be expected to feature the same software features as the first generation iPhone XS and XS Max models.
The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus both had 4K resolutions on the device, and both have been rumored to include some kind of 4K display, so it’s possible that the new X model will be slightly higher resolution.
We don, however, know much about the new display, or whether it will be the same one used in the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and 9.
We’ve seen some leaks of the new 8-inch iPhone X and XR, but we’ve also seen the new phone have a 6.2-inch screen, and the XS model has a 7-inch display.
We can’t be sure of the exact specs of the display, but with the new models expected to have a much wider viewing area, it’s a very promising prospect for Apple.