Apple on Tuesday revealed the iPhone X, a high-end version of the popular device with a price tag to match its long list of groundbreaking new features. Here’s a breakdown of everything you need to know about Apple’s new flagship phone. Unlike previous iPhones, the iPhone X has no dedicated Home button.
The iPhone X has a radical new design with a super-high-resolution screen that takes up nearly the entire face of the device, except for a slender cutaway area for the front-facing camera and other sensors. It’s an OLED (Organic LED) display that Apple’s calling “Super Retina,” with 458 pixels-per-inch.
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Users can unlock the iPhone X simply by looking at it, thanks to an array of new sensors and technology powering what Apple calls “Face ID.” Users set up Face ID by letting the iPhone X make a detailed digital “map” of their face. The device then scans the user to check for a match before unlocking.
Available Nov. 3 starting at $999, the iPhone X (it’s pronounced “iPhone Ten”) packs with several new standout features