Tim Cook says the iPhone X's $999 cost is a "value price"

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At least from that perspective, the iPhone X's $999 appears to be "a value price".

Count on face recognition and good-looking selfies to overcome the sticker shock of Apple's most expensive phone to date.

Apple CEO Tim Cook said Tuesday that the almost $1,000 iPhone X is "a value price, actually", after being asked if it was a too expensive for "the average American".

"The 8s feel like a swan song - or, to put it another way, they represent Apple's platonic ideal of that first iPhone, an ultimate refinement before eternal retirement", Manjoo said, while complimenting the cameras and speedy processing power. A report by MIT Technology Review reveals that while the core technology may not be innovative, Apple's 3D face-scanning methodology could be the next step to biometric capabilities on a smartphone. Particularly since features like Face ID are still unproven as a replacement for Touch ID.

With the official announcement of its new devices, Apple is jumping over a step, especially in what concerns the absence of an iPhone 9 and a 7S. The question that should be of more importance is whether the iPhone X is worth its price considering its value for its user over its lifetime. The new Portrait Lighting mode uses a similar tactic to adjust the lighting effects around the subject. Apple's CEO told host Robin Roberts that $999 represents a "value price" for the technology buyers were getting. He also talked about carrier deals and discounts that make the iPhone X a little cheaper. Held on September 12, the Cupertino, California, company showed off its next slate of phones with the iPhone 8 (with Plus version available) and the X, their new "ultra" phone set to rival Android's already present set of OLED powerhouses.

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"Overall, my pick between the two new iPhones is the iPhone 8 Plus".

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Consumers are more excited about the iPhone X than the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, which were unveiled at the same event last week. And though the dual-camera setup on the iPhone 8-Plus is slightly inferior to the X's - the X supports optical image stabilization (OIS) for both lenses rather than just one, and has a slightly larger aperture for its telephoto lens - both deliver major improvements compared with the iPhone 7-Plus' camera with the help of better sensors and image-processing. They will hit the store shelves this Friday.

"On its face, the 8 looks like an iPhone from 2014", he added.

Geoffrey Fowler said the glass design on the iPhone 8 isn't as good as the design from the iPhone 4. Depending on the model you want, you might get your handset on the launch day itself if you pre-order it online.