The long-awaited and highly leaked new iPhone is finally here, and it’s called the iPhone X (pronounced “iPhone 10″).
It features an 5.8” edge-to-edge OLED Super Retina display without home button, A11 SoC, Face ID, dual OIS 12MP rear cameras, and Qi wireless charging.
iPhone X is priced at $999 for 64GB, $1,149 for 256GB in the US; Preorders start October 27, ships November 3.
Apple also introduced the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus, which resemble the iPhone 7 line but have a glass back for wireless charging.
The new phones feature Apple’s first proprietary graphics processor, which provides greater speed, improved cameras and some features for augmented reality apps.
The cheapest phones have 64 gigabytes of memory, up from 32 gigabytes in previous models, and will sell for $699 and $799.