Apple announced the iPhone X (pronounced “iPhone Ten”) — alongside the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus — at its event on Tuesday.
The new flagship phone comes with a completely redesigned screen that uses an organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display — a first for Apple. The screen takes up almost the entire front of the phone, which also has a glass back.
The iPhone X’s frame is made of stainless steel, and it gives the phone a smooth, continuous surface.
The device’s back camera system has two lenses, like that on last year’s iPhone 7 Plus. But the camera system on the iPhone X has been tweaked and positioned with one lens over the other vertically to better accommodate augmented reality software.
Apple is offering the new phone in two colors: silver and the charcoal-colored “space gray.”
The iPhone X has a large 5.8-inch display that takes up almost its entire front.
The device doesn’t have a home button. To wake up the iPhone X, you can simply tap its screen.
This is what the iOS home screen looks like on the iPhone X.
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