As predicted prior to its announcement, the design of this device does away with the traditional Home Button and instead dedicates the entire front face of the phone to a 5.8 inch OLED screen.
There is no fingerprint scanner, but instead a new feature called Face ID is put in place to provide security and facilitate payments. Advanced front-facing cameras and scanners create an accurate image of the user’s face, which can then unlock the display in an instant and activate Apple Pay, amongst other things.
On the rear, a 12 megapixel camera with some of the most advanced lens technology ever seen on a smartphone is present, while under the skin the A11 Bionic chipset provides more power than any previous iPhone.
The addition of a new button built into the side of the phone will provide easy access to Siri and Apple Pay, making up for the death of the Home Button. And the iPhone X is also joined by the slightly less exciting but undoubtedly cheaper iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, which share some of its features including wireless charging.
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