IPhone X Sale is ON - Buy iPhone X Now! Check out the latest iPhone X Reviews

Finally! the day has come, when you will get your 'X' LOL! think more and more! Yes! we're not talking about your X girlfriend. We're talking about Apple iPhone X, which pre-order was started from October 27 and finally will get available today (November 3, 2017) in different countries and locations. By the way, iPhone X Sales to begin today and we can also say that iPhone X for Sale in on now on different E-commerce shopping websites as like Amazon and Flipkart. For iPhone X Amazon Buy, it's already available on Amazon.com, Amazon.in, Amazon.uk, Amazon.ca and more Amazon countrywide website. For Flipkart (INDIA only), you can Buy iPhone X on Flipkart.com. Now, We are covering different websites reviews, specifications, features, price and more information related to Apple iPhone X, which is already in a trend now. Check out! and Must buy this worthy £1,000 phone, which is a super phone in the Mobile World as like superman in the Hollywood World. Check out below!

IPhone X Price Cost in Different Countries

Rs89,000 – Rs1.02 lakh

US$999 (Rs64,000) – US$1,149 (Rs73,700)

CA$1,319 (Rs69,400) – CA$1,529 (Rs80,500)

Hong Kong
HK$8,588 (Rs70,500) – HK$9,888 (Rs81,100)

AED4,099 (Rs71,600) – AED4,729 (Rs82,600)

SG$1,648 (Rs78,200) – SG$1,888 (Rs89,600)

AU$1,579 (Rs81,000) – AU$1,829 (Rs93,800)

CN¥8,388 (Rs82,100) – CN¥ 9,688 (Rs95,000)

New Zealand
NZ$1,799 (Rs83,500) – NZ$2,099 (Rs97,400)

£999 (Rs84,600) – £1,149 (Rs97,300)

€1,149 (Rs87,600) – €1,319 (Rs1 lakh)

So is it cheaper to fly to Hong Kong to buy the iPhone X, as many reports suggest? Don’t fall for that. If you do the math, you’re left with savings of Rs18,500 on a 64GB handset and Rs20,900 on a 256GB model. Same-day fares are nothing less than Rs22,000, even if you book six months in advance. And we haven’t even included transportation and food expenses. It just doesn’t work out. (Buy iPhone X from Apple.com Official Shop)

IPhone X Sale is ON - Buy iPhone X Now! Check out the latest iPhone X Reviews

According to BusinessInsider.com,

The iPhone X is on sale now - and people have queued up for days to be the first to get their hands on it.

At Apple Stores from Singapore to San Francisco, long lines have snaked around city blocks as die-hard Apple fans queued to be the very first to buy the new Apple smartphone. It's a bizarre consumerist ritual that has become synonymous with Apple's mega-hyped and carefully stage-managed product launches.
Announced in September, the iPhone X is the first major redesign of the iPhone in years, with an almost edge-to-edge screen, facial-recognition technology, and an increased emphasis on augmented reality. It became available to preorder last Friday but sold out within minutes - prompting some Apple customers to queue for days to try and get one.
Business Insider went down to Apple's UK flagship store in Regent Street, London, to check out the surreal spectacle for ourselves.

According to economictimes.indiatimes.com (From San Francisco),

SAN FRANCISCO: The iPhone X's lush screen, facial-recognition skills and $1,000 price tag are breaking new ground in Apple's marquee product line.

Now, the much-anticipated device is testing the patience of consumers and investors as demand outstrips suppliers' capacity.

Apple said Thursday that iPhone sales rose 3 percent in the July-September quarter, a period that saw the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus come out in the final weeks. Sales could have been higher if many customers hadn't been waiting for the iPhone X, which comes out Friday.

Apple delivers higher profit as iPhone X launches (Source: economictimes.indiatimes.com )

The iPhone X orders are very strong; we couldn't be more excited to get underway," Apple chief executive Tim Cook said during a quarterly earnings call. 
"A few minutes ago the first sales started in Australia; several hundred people were waiting at the store in Sydney and there are similar reports across that region." 
Cook added that Apple is working to increase iPhone X output to catch up to demand. The wait time for online orders stretched to an unprecedented six weeks shortly after Apple began taking orders last month, but it remained unclear whether demand or supply factors were the cause. 

iPhone X goes on sale from 6pm in India and here is everything you need to know about it

According to indiatoday.intoday.in,

The global sale  of Apple's brand new iPhone X starts today. It is already on sale in Australia, where the sun hits early and several other countries. Interestingly, even the queues are back that were earlier missing during the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus launch, hinting that the iPhone X is proving to be more popular with customers. In India the iPhone X goes on sale from 6pm.
Earlier today, Apple CEO Tim Cook posted photos of happy customers in Australia posing with the retail boxes of the iPhone X. In India the phone was on pre-orders since October 27 on Flipkart, Amazon and  authorised Apple retailers, although the stock was low and hence in many places, including on Flipkart, the pre-orders were on pause.
When the pre-orders opened on October 27, the limited stock that Flipkart had ran out within minutes. People who managed to pre-order an iPhone X on October 27 will get it today or if there is some delay then tomorrow. People who didn't manage to preorder the phone will have to try their luck at the retail stores today. However, in stores too people who have already pre-booked the phone will get the priority.

iPhone X price in India

  • The price of iPhone X starts at Rs 89,000 in India. 
  • This is the cost of the 64GB version of the phone. 
  • The 256GB variant of iPhone X will cost you Rs 1,02,000.  
  • There are two colour options for the iPhone X buyers- Silver and Black.
  • The Apple-lovers can also team up their iPhone X with Apple accessories like the Silicone and leather phone cases with prices starting at Rs 3500. The iPhone X leather folio phone case will cost Rs 8,600.

Where to buy the iPhone X

It will be easier to get the iPhone X if you have already confirmed your pre-order before. If not, then buying an iPhone X can be little difficult today. The phone was seen going out of stock only in half an hour of the opening of pre-orders on Flipkart. The first option is you can visit your nearby Apple-authorised store. Apple says that your should reach the store early to get the iPhone X because quantities are limited.
You can try getting the phone via Jio or Airtel's online store. The telecom companies have partnered with Apple to sell the iPhone X via its online store and bundled with some plan. However, it is possible that these phones will be delivered to consumers after a week or so.

Airtel, Jio cashback offers

  • Airtel: Bharti Airtel has announced the sale of iPhone X through its Airtel online store. The company will deliver the phone at your doorstep with zero delivery charges. Also, those purchasing the phone using Citibank credit cards will receive a cashback of Rs 10,000. The cashback offer is timed between 6pm on November 3 till 7am on November 4.
  • Jio: Reliance Jio is offering a 70 per cent cashback on the purchase of iPhone X from its online store, RRL, MyJio or Amazon India. However,  user has to enroll himself/herself for the Jio services to become eligible for the buyback offer.
Buyer will have to claim the Buyback offer from MyJio app after he/she has purchased the iPhone X. This buyback offer can be claimed only till December 31, 2017. Customer will have to recharge the Jio number with Rs 799 every month for 12 months or go for a one time recharge of Rs 9999.  The company has announced the buyback period from October 1, 2018, to December 31, 2018. If one wants to sell the iPhone X during this period then the company will return the 70 per cent of the original price back to the seller. However, this will not be returned in cash. Jio has said that it will "issue redeemable vouchers to the customer".

According to telegraph.co.uk

After checking about the reviews of Apple iPhone X, telegraph website review has come up in front of us, tells that "If any phone is worth £1,000, this is it"

Key features | iPhone X

  • Edge-to-edge display screens that cover the whole front of the phone
  • No home button
  • Face ID unlocks the phone using 3D facial recognition software. Works with Apple Pay.
  • New Portrait Lighting feature Machine learning creates facial landmarks and enhances light effects on the face
  • iOS 11 will feature, among other things, peer-to-peer Apple Pay and a redesigned Control Centre
  • Wireless charging already in use for the Apple Watch and will now be integrated into iPhones
  • 5.8" 'Super Retina' display Supports HDR in Dolby Vision and HDR10 and True Tone
  • 64GB and 256GB Costs from £999 for 64GB version and £1,149 for 256GB. Available for pre-order from October 27 and ships from November 3

Other points

  • The iPhone X comes in 64GB and 256GB varieties. You have to use up a hell of a lot of memory to justify the larger option - iOS now stores photos much more efficiently. The hundreds of apps, songs and photos on my phone only add up to 39.5GB.
  • No, Apple hasn’t brought back the headphone jack for the iPhone X. That ship has sailed
  • As with the iPhone 8, there’s wireless charging as well as fast charging, although you’ll need a special cable for the latter.
  • The camera lens on the back of the phone protrudes a more than I’d like, so if you put it down on a surface it can even wobble a little. Not a problem if you put it in a case.
  • Not a single person I have spoken to about it outside of the tech world has called it the iPhone ten, as Apple intends. That battle is lost.


Shall we mention the price? £999 is a lot to shell out for any phone, more than many people will ever consider paying. If that’s the case, the iPhone X isn’t for you, and it was never going to be.
For a lot of people considering the iPhone X, the question is whether it is worth the price increase on the £699 iPhone 8, although given the screen size and dual camera, a fairer comparison might be the 8 Plus, which at £799, is £200 cheaper.
The iPhone X won’t run any different apps, a lot of the time it won't take better pictures, and its battery won’t last any longer. But in my book, there’s no question it’s worth it.

Face ID, Animoji and Portrait selfies are all nice touches, but it is the truly excellent screen that clinches it. Apple has made us wait for the modern smartphone it needed, but the end result is its best effort in years.
  • Pros: Brilliant screen, Face ID is better than Touch ID, home button replacements work well
  • Cons: Expensive, the notch is a bit ugly, Animoji are mainly useful for big iMessage users

Talking about the Pricing and cost about iPhone X,

According to cnet.com
The iPhone X went on sale around the world on Friday, drawing crowds and long lines as Apple fans patiently waited to get their hands on the very best iPhone money can buy.
  • And spend money they did. The iPhone X (that's pronounced "ten" not "ex") just scrapes in under 1K in the US and UK, with a starting price of $999 and £999, respectively.
But in Australia, one of the first countries in the world to start selling the device, that price goes up to AU$1,579. And if you want the larger 256GB capacity, you'll spend a whopping AU$1,879. (That's $1,149 or £1,149 in the US and UK.)

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