Apple’s iPhone X is here and the lines for it are enormous

The wait is over! Consumers can finally get their hands on Apple’s iPhone X.

iPhone X features the first OLED screen that rises to the standards of iPhone, with accurate, stunning colors, true blacks, high brightness, and a 1,000,000 to 1 contrast ratio.

Thousands of Apple fans from around the world waiting on huge lines for the anniversary iPhone. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, David Pogue, Justine Underhill and Rick Newman break down the big day.

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Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Three price-obsessed and utterly vapid nattering nabobs. Just show us the queues, for Jobs sake! We don’t care about your old iPhones and how long you plan to deprive yourself of the joys of the world’s best smartphone so you can save a nickel a day.

People line up around the world for Apple’s iPhone X – November 3, 2017
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Long queues form for Apple’s iPhone X from Sydney to Shanghai – November 3, 2017
Apple shares hit record high as Wall Street gushes over iPhone X launch – November 3, 2017
Apple market cap tops $900 billion after hours trading – November 2, 2017


    1. David Pogue has been a wonderful user and critic of Apple products for decades. And, what are you even complaining about? He defended what he considered a good product (iPhone X) from that rumor-tossing talking head.

    1. No, you suffer from a severe disease:

      90210 iOS Munchausen’s Apple-Plexy Syndrome (MAPS), The overwhelming compulsion to post negative, judgmental, aggressive, and false commentary on any website thread related to Apple products wherever found, including phobic reaction to projected Apple user euphoria. First and subsequent encounters.

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