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2017 IN REVIEW: ANOTHER GROUND-BREAKING YEAR FOR APPLE

APPLE CONTINUES TO DOMINATE THE TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY

Yet again, Apple continued to push the boundaries of technology throughout 2017 and dominate the market. We saw the introduction of the iPhone X, the most anticipated iPhone since 2007, the Apple Watch series 3, AirPods, Apple Pay Cash and more. To celebrate this ground-breaking year for the tech giant, we are taking a look back on all their biggest achievements this year, before looking ahead to the tech possibilities for Apple in 2018.

iPHONE X: THE MOST IMPORTANT iPHONE TO DATE

The iPhone X was long rumored before it was officially released, with many speculating it would mark the 10-year anniversary of the first ever iPhone. Apple took a big risk with the latest phone, and it marks the biggest ever jump between models. It features a radical all-glass design, which. This new model has lost the home button entirely and instead, it utilizes facial recognition, and Apple also revolutionized the emoji with ‘animojis’ that can mirror the user’s facial expressions. This model is also water-resistant to a depth of one meter for up to 30 minutes.

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