iPhone X Makes It Debut, With Edge-to-Edge Display, To Cost $999 Dollars. A 5.8‑inch Super Retina Screen Fills The Hand And Dazzles The Eyes.




Apple unveiled iPhone X, its first premium-tier phone, at an event in Cupertino, Calif., on Tuesday. Here’s what else the company had to say. 

• iPhone X is priced at $999, the most expensive ever for a new iPhone model. It will ship on November 3. 

(Pro tip: The X is pronounced 10, and not “ex.”)





• iPhone X has a newer screen technology known as OLED, a type of display that can be made thinner, lighter and brighter with better color accuracy and contrast than its predecessor, LCD.



• The screen on the X has a so-called edge-to-edge display that takes up the entire face by eliminating the borders around the screen. Apple also eliminated the physical home button that has been a signature feature of the iPhone for a decade.

• iPhone 8 is also here, as well as its bigger sibling, the iPhone 8 Plus. The models include a glass body and a faster chip.

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