Apple’s newest iPhone X will arrive on April 25, with all of its latest features confirmed in the Apple App Store.
The new device, which will sport a 5.7-inch OLED display, is set to include a 12MP rear camera with an f/2.0 aperture, optical image stabilization, and a 64GB storage capacity.
There are no details yet on which apps and services are compatible with the device, but we can expect Apple to include some of its own, like the company’s Photo Booth, iPhoto, and iMovie apps, along with other popular photo editing and video apps.
The phone will come with the aforementioned “passport” feature, which enables users to access and edit iCloud photos and videos, but it will not be able to connect to Apple’s cloud services.
Apple also plans to make iCloud account-based payments for new iPhones, which could include gift cards for iTunes Match or Apple Pay.
A new feature for the new device will also include Apple Pay support, which means that users will be able use Apple Pay on the device.
In addition, Apple plans to launch a new “passbook” service, which lets users set up appointments and make payment plans with friends and family.
Apple’s iPhone X has already been confirmed to come with a 5-inch screen and a fingerprint sensor, but the company has not revealed any details about the new iPhone’s camera capabilities.
Apple has previously said that the iPhone X would be able take photos at 60 frames per second, which is impressive, but Apple has also previously said the iPhone will not offer HDR support, nor will it offer an OLED display.
Apple did, however, promise that the phone would offer the ability to shoot photos in both standard and dynamic range.
It is not yet clear if Apple will be releasing a new iPhone camera with the new display or if it will use the iPhone 8 Plus camera with a 4K OLED display and a more powerful camera processor.
Apple previously announced that it would release an updated version of iOS 11.1, which included several iOS 11 features, but these include a new camera feature that allows users to shoot in low light conditions and the ability for users to upload photos and video from the iPhone to a third-party service like Dropbox.
The iPhone X is also the first iPhone to support iCloud, which allows users in many countries to transfer files and photos to and from the cloud, and it will also have a new feature called iCloud Photo Sharing, which aims to make it easier for users and business to share photos and other photos from their iCloud account with their friends and colleagues.