What set 2017 apart for Apple’s iPhone lineup was the announcement of a third phone, the iPhone X (pronounced ten).
The iPhone X got rid of the home button and fingerprint sensor, replacing it was a facial recognition system called Face ID.
The display now stretches from the bottom of the phone all the way to the top, getting rid of the ugly “chin and forehead” that added bulk to previous iPhones.
In fact, the iPhone X has a larger display than the iPhone 8 Plus, measuring 5.8-inches, yet it is smaller than the iPhone 8 Plus overall.
There’s now a notch along the top of the screen that makes room for the facial recognition system.
The all-glass back is also compatible with wireless charging, and the dual rear-facing cameras are improved.
Portrait Mode not only works with the rear cameras, but also with the front-facing camera for better selfies.
The iPhone X starts at $999 for 64 GB of storage, with a 256 GB device priced at $1,149.
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