iPhone X falls out of Tim Cook’s pocket during interview
During an interview at Oxford University earlier this week, eagle-eyed attendees spotted Tim Cook’s unreleased iPhone X begin to fall out of his pocket, with the device slowly edging out of the Apple executives control until it completely fell out to Tim’s surprise.
After realising the device was out, Tim calmly checked his notifications before placing the phone upside down and returning to the interview. – The slip-up shows Tim is using a Silver iPhone X rather than Space Gray, and that ahead of release executives are publicly testing the devices.
The iPhone X, pronounced “iPhone Ten”, features a 5.8-inch Super Retina OLED edge-to-edge display with 2436 x 1125 resolution and 458ppi, HDR support, Dolby Vision, HDR10, and True Tone. The Home Button has been removed from the iPhone X, with Apple adding a new Tap to Wake feature which works alongside Raise to Wake.
iPhone X features the new A11 Bionic chip with a special neural engine that helps power Face ID which unlocks the device by taking a 3D scan of the users face. Apple says Face ID can’t be spoofed by photographs, masks, and makeup, and changing your actual appearance with a hat or beard or makeup won’t prevent Face ID from working.
Tim Cook’s iPhone X falls out of his pocket while on stage. Perfect way to smoothly check your notifications ? pic.twitter.com/w0p6Bwjmoh
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