iPhone X Unboxing Photos; Images and Videos Shared Online
Although the iPhone X has yet to launch anywhere in the world, Benjamin Geskin over the weekend began tweeting images and videos of the smartphone being unboxed for the first time; iPhone X Unboxing Photos, as well as a few pictures of the device preparing for shipment. Images of the iPhone X’s retail packaging appeared on Apple’s website following its announcement in September, but we haven’t yet been able to catch a glimpse of the inside of the box.
iPhone X Unboxing Photos
To start things off for the iPhone X launch day, check out our unboxing photos of the space gray iPhone X.
- Unlike the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus that come in a dark gray box, the iPhone X comes in a white box, with the colored picture of the device on the top of the box. There isn’t any iPhone X branding on the box. It just says “iPhone” on the box.
- I went for the space gray iPhone X as I was expecting the same blackish back panel like the iPhone 8 Plus, which looks quite amazing. But the space gray of the iPhone X is a lighter gray than the space gray of the iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus, which is a bit disappointing.
- In the box, you get the same things as the iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus such as the paperboard, USB power adapter, EarPods with Lightning Connector, Lightning to USB Cable and the Lightning to 3.5 mm Headphone Jack Adapter.
Here are our first photos of the iPhone X. We have tried to capture various aspects of the device in addition to the unboxing, so let us know what you think. I will also be posting my first impressions and some interesting tidbits about the iPhone X shortly so stay tuned.
That said, these aren’t full unboxing videos, which are probably going to hit YouTube on Friday when the phone launches. On the other hand, there’s nothing really special about the iPhone X box. It looks almost exactly like any other iPhone boxes when it comes to overall design and contents. In fact, some people said these pictures may actually show retail packaging belonging to iPhone X clones. Those fake iPhone X boxes feature a lock right on top the clock in the iPhone X image on the box. That’s not the case for the real iPhone X retail boxes.
Of course, what really matters is what’s inside that box. Come Friday, the real iPhone X fun begins as Apple fans finally start to get their hands on Apple’s most hotly anticipated new iPhone in years.