iPhone X was announced:"It's to expensive, no one will buy it!"— Marco Silva (@igama) October 27, 2017
Today: everyone is ordering one and complaining it will take weeks
Y'all: "I'm not buying the iPhone X. It's glass all around, no home button, and is too expensive"
*Apple releases iPhone X
Y'all: pic.twitter.com/iH0qepWY5d— spOooky (@K_Lanester) October 27, 2017
When the iPhone X was announced. Me to my kidney pic.twitter.com/Kl829HcOR3— Madu from Tamil Nadu (@techniRascal) October 16, 2017
Price of an iPhone X a kidney or my firstborn child?— Darian Ajodhasingh (@UnaBotellaDe) October 27, 2017
So you can fly to dubai, buy an iphone x there (international warranty) and come back to india - YOU WILL STILL SAVE 4K ON BASE MODEL pic.twitter.com/N8YXCPiiFF— Navaldeep Singh (@NavalGeekSingh) October 26, 2017
You can buy the iPhone X or you can pay your rent, there's no in-between.— Ed (@EdsDead5) October 27, 2017
got my 250 GB iPhone X. had to sell my car and liver but it's whatever— Sammy Jo Bergesch (@ayyits_SJ) October 27, 2017
Well the iPhone X is out, that means the iPhone 7 is cheaper, the iPhone 6 is very cheap, and I can finally afford the iPhone 4 #iPhoneX— themainman (@ballermagician1) October 27, 2017
Introducing the phone in September, Apple chief executive Tim Cook called the iPhone X "the biggest leap forward since the original iPhone."
The iPhone X features an all-glass and stainless steel design with a 5.8-inch "Super Retina" display and uses facial recognition to unlock the device. It will offer wireless charging using the Qi global standard.
India is one of the first countries in which Apple's new flagship smartphone is being launched. The device will be available November 3 in Silver and Space Grey colours.
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