TechCrunch is reporting that Apple has officially unveiled the iPhone X specifications and a new video that shows the iPhoneX in action.
The new video is the first in a series of new videos that Apple is launching in order to help explain the new iPhoneX features and the company’s new hardware design.
The first video, which was released today, shows the phone in a test mode, which is similar to how the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus were released to the public.
The device appears to be running iOS 11.3.
The new video shows the new features, including the A10 Fusion chipset, a new dual camera setup and the new Apple Pay app.
It also includes a new QuickType keyboard with support for emoji.
In addition to the new videos, Apple is also showing off a new 3D Touch icon for its QuickType keyboards.
This new feature allows users to create customized 3D text by holding down the key with two fingers, and will be available in the coming weeks.
Apple is also unveiling a new version of the new QuickTime player.
This player is designed for watching videos and podcasts with a much more natural experience than previous versions, and it includes a lot of new features that are exclusive to the iPhone 8 and iPhone X. It will support up to six users and work with both the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 plus.
The video also shows off some of the more unique and innovative features of the iPhone8 and iPhone8 Plus, including a new FaceTime HDR video camera, an Apple Watch Sport and a FaceTime Camera with a new 8MP front camera.
Apple will launch the new iPhones in the United States on November 7, and in select European markets on November 10.