When will Apple finally release the iPhone X?

The new iPhone Xs, the first iPhone to be manufactured by Apple, is set to go on sale on September 9.

In case you haven’t noticed, it’s now become the latest Apple device to have a camera sensor that’s capable of recording video.

While Apple has yet to make a formal announcement about the iPhone 8 or iPhone X, there’s a good chance it will be released sometime in the near future.

And for those of you who have waited for the iPhone to release, you’re going to be waiting a long time.

As it turns out, a new iPhone leak is just around the corner, and it reveals the iPhone’s rumored camera sensor.

The iPhone X camera leak: what we know, what we don’t know, and why the iPhone will be able to capture 3D images The iPhoneX camera is rumored to be capable of capturing 3D videos in real time.

This could be particularly useful if your iPhone can capture stills in real-time, or if you want to use the iPhoneX for a 3D audio recording.

The rumor suggests that the iPhone could capture videos at up to 720p resolution, and that Apple’s upcoming iPhones are capable of taking up to 4K resolution.

The camera will be capable to record up to 1080p, so the iPhone is going to have to be able produce some quality video if it wants to compete with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

The new leaked iPhoneX sensor also reportedly features a front-facing LED flash.

While it’s possible that this new iPhone will sport a front camera, there are still plenty of things we don�t know about the rumored camera.

For example, the rumored rear-facing camera may not feature a lens, and may be just a front or side-facing sensor.

There is also no word on whether the camera will support 4K video capture.

And we don���t have a ton of details on the iPhone in general, and so we have to take into account a lot of speculation and conjecture.

But this rumor is definitely worth a look, and if you have any additional information you can share with us, we would be most interested in hearing it.

We will update the article as more information becomes available.