Apple has officially launched the new iPhone X a week after putting it up for pre-order. The device has been much anticipated by iPhone fans as it marks the biggest change to the device since its debut back in 2007.
The iPhone X sports an edge-to-edge 5.8-inch Super Retina OLED display with a notch at the top that houses components for Face ID, the company’s new facial recognition system that replaces Touch ID. The new A11 Bionic processor sits inside paired with 3GB of RAM, while the entire device is powered by iOS 11 with tweaks made to better suit the hardware. Wireless charging, dual stereo speakers, dual rear cameras, and Animoji are all on board as well.
As for pricing, the iPhone X starts at $999 for 64GB of storage and goes up to $1,149 for 256GB of space. While that’s pretty expensive, depending on where you buy your new iPhone, you can get a discount. We have a roundup of where you can get a break from the high price Apple set for the tenth-anniversary iPhone which you can check out here. For those of you who just wanna buy the device from Apple themselves, click here.