The iPhone X is Apple’s new flagship 10th anniversary iPhone featuring a 5.8-inch OLED display, facial recognition and 3D camera functionality, a glass body, and an A11 processor.
New features include edge-to-edge display, no home button, facial recognition software, wireless charging and Animojis. Animoji are new animated emojis that use facial recognition software to customise existing emoji designs to mimic the facial expressions of the user.
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The iPhone X will have a 5.8 inch OLED “super retina display”, a dual camera and a Siri side-bar. TouchID has been replaced with FaceID, which is described as “the future of how we unlock our smartphones”. It uses seven new sensors on the front camera to recognize your face.
“The chance that a random person in the population could unlock your iPhone X and unlock it with their face is one in a million,” Phil Schiller says.
The iPhone X will begin shipping on November 3 with pre-orders starting on October 27. The 64GB model will cost $999. With the $999 iPhone X, Apple moved to a new premium level of pricing. The smartphone will cost $300 more than the iPhone 8 and $200 more than the iPhone 8 Plus.