During today’s event legendary “one more thing…” section, Apple announced the iPhone X (pronounced iPhone 10). Matching up with the majority of the rumors, the handset features an OLED edge-to-edge to display and several other advanced features.

Display

The Super Retina Display, as Apple calls it, is a 5.8-inch OLED panel with a resolution of 2436 x 1125 and 458ppi. It supports Dolby Vision and HDR10 tech for better colors, has a one million-to-one contrast ratio, 3D Touch of course, and supports Apple’s True Tone color.

Face ID

Because the display is edge-to-edge, there is no more Home button. Its tasks will be split up among a few features: Siri is now activated by the side button, going to the Home screen and exiting apps is now done via a slide gesture, and unlocking the phone is now done with Face ID.

As the rumors predicted, Face ID is used to unlock your phone via facial recognition. Using a host of new sensors, Face ID recognizes authorized users quickly for access to your phone, Apple Pay and other protected apps. It uses a TrueDepth camera and a neural engine inside the new A11 processor, and Apple says it adapts over time and works regardless of if the user is wearing a hat or glasses.

And the fancy new face-recognition tech isn’t just for security, it also has some fun applications. Apple has introduced Animoji, which basically embeds your voice and facial expressions into an animated emoji that you can share with friends in a mini video-like form. It sounds gimmicky, but it actually looks pretty cool.

Here’s more from Apple on Face ID:

Face ID revolutionizes authentication on iPhone X, using a state-of-the-art TrueDepth camera system made up of a dot projector, infrared camera and flood illuminator, and is powered by A11 Bionic to accurately map and recognize a face. These advanced depth-sensing technologies work together to securely unlock iPhone, enable Apple Pay, gain access to secure apps and many more new features.
Face ID projects more than 30,000 invisible IR dots. The IR image and dot pattern are pushed through neural networks to create a mathematical model of your face and send the data to the secure enclave to confirm a match, while adapting to physical changes in appearance over time. All saved facial information is protected by the secure enclave to keep data extremely secure, while all of the processing is done on-device and not in the cloud to protect user privacy. Face ID only unlocks iPhone X when customers look at it and is designed to prevent spoofing by photos or masks.

Cameras

The new 7-megapixel TrueDepth camera that enables Face ID features wide color capture, auto image stabilization and precise exposure control, and brings Portrait mode to the front camera for stunning selfies with a depth-of-field effect. On the rear you have a redesigned dual 12-megapixel rear camera system with dual optical image stabilization. The ƒ/1.8 aperture on the wide-angle camera joins an improved ƒ/2.4 aperture on the telephoto camera for better photos and videos.

A new color filter, deeper pixels and an improved Apple-designed image signal processor delivers advanced pixel processing, wide color capture, faster autofocus in low light and better HDR photos. Plus, the new quad LED True Tone Flash offers twice the uniformity of light and includes Slow Sync, resulting in more uniformly lit backgrounds and foregrounds.

Other features

The iPhone X starts at $999 and comes in 64GB and 256GB flavors. Pre-orders will begin on October 27, with the phone actually launching on November 3.

  • jakeopp

    That’s one ugly phone. The mother of all camera bumps, the Essential phone-like bar at the top.

  • Thiago

    Meh, knew everything about it already.

    Not only that, but it doesn’t come in the so rumored “Blush Gold” color, it’s even more underwhelming than i’ve thought.

    Also the Face ID fail by Craig was cringe af. Not the best way of showing such a “innovative” feature, it stills looks amazing though.
    And that notch at the top. omfg.

    • BlackPantherK

      Haha, the fail was funny tho. I’m really waiting for someone to do a proper review of that device, let’s hope it’s not like Samsung’s phone haha

    • Shadowelite123

      I could have sworn that the majority of people here were complaining about how Blush Gold looked. Now its suddenly a better color that we missed out on? Plus the 8 has Blush Gold for the frame. Looks better that way anyways.

    • BTW, I got that wrong too. Turns out the faceID didn’t fail. Pausing the keynote reveals that there’s a message on screen indicating that the phone was locked and the pin had to be entered to re-enable faceID. Craig saw that and laughed, mentioned that it was good he had backup and switched to a phone that hadn’t been locked out.

      Later Apple explained that as things were getting set up the phone was accidentally triggered too many times by the staff setting up the presentation table and caused the first device to lock.

  • Y2J: Keeper of the List

    I absolutely hate the notch at the top. I’m disappointed that the rumors were all true

    • credulousgeek

      Thats fine glad we will have one less customer lol

      • Fanboy 

        Yes, thank you! Already sucks we have to wait for November to get them, now there’s one less customer to wait in line with!

      • credulousgeek

        If still people are ranting that X is not good enough we will wait then i propose you wait till the end of times LMAO because if this current launched iPhone cannot satisfy you then nothing ever will haha

      • Abhinav Chaudhary

        Make it many more less customers.

      • credulousgeek

        It doesn’t matter at all Apple holds the pure royalties of elite customers around the world tho.

      • Y2J: Keeper of the List

        So are Apple fans not allowed to complain? Just because I don’t like this doesn’t mean I will stop buying Apple products. Also, I liked how you said “we will have one less customer” as if you have any stake in the company.

  • Fanboy 

    Can’t wait to order!! All you haters can go stand in line for next self-destructing Shamesung

    • I hate the design, but that doesn’t mean I won’t stick with Apple. Or did you forget that they also gave us the iPhone 8 with all the best features and none of the bad / gimmicky ones?

    • M_Hawke

      Your screen name says it all… 🙂

    • Mike

      Samsung made the screen for the iphone X or 10….

      • Fanboy 

        Samsung MANUFACTURERS the screens for the iPhone, they don’t design them. Big difference.

      • Shadowelite123

        Simply because a company manufacturers a part, it doesn’t always mean they designed it. Haven’t you learned by now? Apple customs designs most of their parts.

      • Mike

        Well I didn’t say anything about designing… Made = Manufactured… It’s using the amoled screens like the one in the galaxy phones.

      • Shadowelite123

        The parts aren’t standard, they are what Apple requests them to be. Apple chooses what and how they want a part. Designing a part doesn’t necessarily mean the aesthetic design, but it can mean the technological aspect too. Custom parts cost more than standard ones and because of this, processors in Apple devices could cost just as much or more than those in leading android devices despite having lower paper specs.

  • zustroy

    Horrible design.
    Apple is getting boring.

    • Fanboy 

      Hey I think you’re on the wrong blog site. Go read some android news

      • M_Hawke

        Hey, I think you definitely have the right screen name. 🙂

      • zustroy

        M_Hawke told you what you needed to hear.
        I like Apple but am realistic.
        This “design” is nothing more but the lack of effort and good taste.

      • Fanboy 

        “Good taste” is subjective. What’s ugly to you may be gorgeous to somebody else. Nothing but an opinion. If you don’t like it, simply don’t get it. There will plenty of people who WILL like it and get it.

      • zustroy

        Can you please tell me what is that notch good for?
        Did you see how the video on X looks?

      • Fanboy 

        Its not “good” for anything? Lol it’s just there to hold the cameras/sensors? Your question of what’s it good for doesn’t really make sense.

      • zustroy

        When you look at the screen when X is on, doesn’t that notch gets in the way of the whole picture. Don’t you have the feeling that your viewing experience is interrupted?

        I sure do, and that’s bad design and lack of effort.

      • Fanboy 

        I don’t know dude, I don’t actually have an iPhone X you realize that right lmao. I’ll be able to give you honest feedback whenever I actually get to use one, as should you.

      • While beauty is in the eye of the beholder there are objective standards in good design. For instance pushing content like video and images behind a portion of the screen that deliberately obscures your content isn’t a good design choice. Creating status icons and symbols that are out of line with the housing of the case is a lazy design aesthetic.

        I can’t assume to speak for the others, but I would assume that when people talk about the lack of effort and good taste there are things like this (things that Apple has prided themselves for years on) that seem to be taking a back seat. And that’s a disappointment.

      • zustroy

        John S, do you know what’s bigger issue? “Journalists”, they’re nothing but part of Apple PR. You can’t get honest review anywhere anymore.

        They are the ones that should educate guys like Fanboy.

        Go look reports at the Verge, they’re shameful.

        I hope Apple suffers big time because of this and gets punished by the customers. Not to mention they keep the same iMac design for 10 years with those horrible bezels and will charge huge amounts for that “amazing” iPad Pro.

      • Journalism is a tricky subject. What often happens is that companies looking to market or build hype around a new product find outlets that have historically been kind to them and send them advanced units to review. This is great for both companies as they both get greater audiences as a result. But as with any company you’re not going to send your brand new device to people you know hate your company or have been historically harsh on you. That’s just business and I can’t fault them for that.

        This serves to create something of an echo chamber and I think customers just have to know that if you want things to get your excited, read the initial reviews. If you want the fair and balanced read the reviews a month or two after launch. And realistically… I can’t imagine a fan who is planning on pre-ordering the second they can would be persuaded not to by a negative review anyways so I’m not sure the early access hype train does much other than generate free publicity in the end.

      • zustroy

        I do agree on that. Speaking of journalism did you encounter at a website who covers Apple honestly and realistically?

      • I honestly haven’t looked for one. And I don’t think any such thing really exists because everyone has different preferences. For instance I think wireless charging is almost a useless technology. So if I was doing a review I wouldn’t talk about it much at all. For others, this is one of the best new features to come out this year. So I think in the end “fair” often means “agrees with my personal preferences exactly”. And I think for most people such sites don’t exist.

        For “honest” news I just find that reading pro apple and pro Android sites and then making up your own mind on what you find to be appealing to be the best. Haha, kind of like politics.

      • zustroy

        Your views are healthy and logical.

        I’m just tired of Apple lately, they stopped designing.
        I remember years ago when they were asked something similar. They said it’s because we pick very few products and put all our efforts.
        Nowadays they are doing everything, and almost nothing looks good.

        I keep getting at iMac, that’s astonishing to me. 10 years same design. And what they did, used it all over again, put some new stuff and calling it iMac pro.
        Pro with bezels like TV’s form 70s.

        I’ll stop now. I wish you all the best, John.

      • Maybe they should get back to doing beige boxes then.

      • dude, the iPhone 8 has more innovation inside of it than the S8 fro example, and to talk about the display, the notch on top isn’t distracting to me, and the s8 isn’t as seamless in design compared to the X or even lg and the essential phone. where do you think they were going to put all those sensors in the front anyways?

      • M_Hawke

        He’s not opining on the inside of the phone, but the exterior.

      • Well right now I’m not comparing the deign to those other phones. But I have a problem with any screen that covers over the top of actual content. If I’m looking at an image I want to see all of it. If I’m looking at a movie clip I want to see all of it. It’s not that it’s distracting as much as it’s in the way of my content.

        I’m know there’s a bunch of sensors in the top and I would have been happy if they would have made that whole top section black and reserved a spot on the bottom as well to make it symmetrical. It could have still been part of the display and programmed to always show black and white status icons for all I care, I just don’t like knowing that something I want to see is obscured and I don’t like looking at something that’s obviously nonsymetrical like that.

        But if none of that bothers you that’s great. I specifically said at the beginning this is my OCD that’s driving this and it’s why I personally won’t be getting it.

      • Shadowelite123

        Simply because you don’t like something, doesn’t mean its a bad design. You’re not the center on the universe where only your likes matter. People have their own preferences and like their own things.

      • people, we just need to wait and see it for ourselves! when the iPhone 4 was leaked, people didn’t like it, the 5, i hated it! i personally love the look of th iPhone X, but before we judge something from an image, lets just wait and see it. Personally, I’m getting gone with the 64 gb version, can’t wait! to say the truth, the only ugly iPhone was the 5c, every iPhone since it beautiful.

      • Whether or not you like design is a matter of preference. And what great things have you created in life to act like an arbitrar of coolness?

      • zustroy

        I must create something to have an opinion?
        I should think what Apple tells me and you “journalists”?
        I should follow but not think, that may be something you learned on Apple briefings and try to impose.

        What did you learn during the time you spent covering this industry? You should have more criticism than us, that is if you were honest and objective at least. Are you OK with the fact that Apple is using 10 year old design for new iMac Pro which will cost a ton of money? Are you truly OK with iPhone X design?

        Please do not reply if your next post is as profound as the rest of them on this thread.

      • Wow Christian, requiring that someone build something in order to “act like an arbiter of cool” is just not how the world works. Or if I were to level a critique of this website are you admitting to be entirely unqualified to disagree with me because I simply have more experience in web design than you?

        The point is, there is a lot of OBJECTIVELY “lazy” design in this phone. Without going too far (for the sake of brevity) just look at the very top. On the left side you have a clock. It’s almost aligned with the bottom of the faceID bar, but not quite. It’s not really aligned with the icons either and sort of floats to the left. It’s not really centered against any frame of reference on the device actually. But it get’s worse when you look at the right side of the screen. Again the icons aren’t aligned with the rest of the UI and the fact that 3 icons are shown means that the padding in the right side of the screen isn’t the same as the left side of the screen.

        Anyways I could go on, but regardless of whether or not you like the device as a whole, think it’s cool or not, or have any opinions whatsoever doesn’t mean that there isn’t some aspects of the design that aren’t in keeping with the values Steve Jobs had. (The same guy that asked if the processor could be moved slightly on the circuitboard to make the interior design symmetrical).

    • Leopoldo Pereira

      Fandroids are boring.

    • You’ve mistaken cynicism for intelligence with that “boring” line, bro

  • BlackPantherK

    Making the phone thicker for a larger battery and less bigger camera bump was to much to do, ok…

    • Shadowelite123

      But they did add a larger battery… How much more battery life do you actually think a little bit of thickness was going to give you? Or did you want whole mm increases in thickness?

      • BlackPantherK

        There’s enough space to get rid of the camera bump and gain a decent amount of battery. I wouldn’t mind having a thicker phone with improved battery life (not having to hang on a charger every sec, because of heavy use) than a shitty bump and going for the let’s get the slimmest device moto.

      • If you hate the bump so much why not get a case? Everything can be flush then.

      • BlackPantherK

        That’s an option, but why would you want to hide the nice design?

      • Shadowelite123

        Do you have the smaller model of the iPhone? My phone lasts from morning to night even when playing games like fifa, clash royale (pretty popular at my job lol), and browsing the web for long periods of time. Granted I have the 7 Plus and usually keep it on low power mode. I’m not saying I don’t want more battery life, but if I have to choose between having more battery but having a larger phone or the same amount of battery and not too big of a phone, I’d choose the battery life I have. It comes down to preference in the end as well as how well you maintain your battery life.

      • BlackPantherK

        I’ve got the iPhone 7 Plus 256GB and heavy usage (low power mode enabled) the phone doesn’t last even more than 5 hours. If I’m causious about everything I do and use it might last half a day, but that’s really squizing it.
        So yea, give me more battery instead of those giant ass camera bumps….

      • Shadowelite123

        I honestly don’t mind the camera bump. Probably because Ive gotten used to it. Whats your definition of heavy usage? I guess our daily schedules would probably differ a bunch. On days that I work, I have usually light usage where my battery life can easily last 1.5 days. On weekends when I have heavier usage, Ill last pretty much the whole day and thats usually playing games, playing music or watching videos. I don’t know what kind of activities you’d be doing, but according to what you’re saying, it sounds like you’re playing some graphic intensive game or something similar with like maxed settings and on cellular.

      • BlackPantherK

        Correct, the only problem I have is that I can’t turn of constant background and location activies from my Car App, Alarm, keys and Philips Hue. So this mught have a huge impact. I’m a lot on the road so the GPS is quite a lot on. Beside that constant mails, whatsapp, and so on. Don’t really play games, so it’s really strange. Especially you can get through a whole day.

  • Matt Chainuck

    I love all the people that are hating on it. Don’t get it, less competition for us people that do want it.

    • M_Hawke

      Your wish is happily granted! LOL

    • Abhinav Chaudhary

      no one gaf

  • Personally I think this is the worst phone Apple has ever made. Glad to see that came out with the 8 along side it. As someone who has OCD I couldn’t stand trying to watch a video on that screen or look at photos knowing that a portion was being covered up by that weird notch at the top. Also the placement of the status icons at the top are not centered either and are ever so slightly out of alignment with the notch too. (Not to mention that notch at the top makes the whole phone interface feel lopsided)

    I had hoped that Apple would have found a way to incorporate touchID in the screen itself as touchID can be more practical than faceID in many situations and I had to laugh when touchID failed 2x on stage too.

    IDK, at least it made deciding whether to buy it or not an easy choice. I literally have 0 interest in this new device especially since literally every cool new feature that I’d actually want is coming to the iPhone 8.

    • Abhinav Chaudhary

      Couldn’t agree more, the status bar is so messed up. When the leaks came in I thought this isn’t the status bar Apple would made but it is exactly that. When he opened the photo in demo the black piece on the top was to messed up. iPhone 8 also isn’t something special, only thing good that came out off all this is that iPhone 7 will now cost lesser, then again if it’s above jail-breakable firmware than no point buying it.

    • Shadowelite123

      FaceID didn’t fail due to issues with FaceID, it failed because it needed to put the passcode in first before FaceID can be used. This stuff happens for TouchID.

      • Uhm.. no? If it was displaying the password screen because of a recent reset he would have been forced to enter one before proceeding (just like now). The fact that he was able to shut off the display and try again means that it failed to read his face correctly (it’s the same behavior as a failed touchID read).

      • Shadowelite123

        I don’t think one nor two failed scans would force the phone to passcode before using FaceID again. A failed fingerprint scan doesn’t automatically bring up the pop up for inputing a passcode before using TouchID again. It was probably inactive and locked up. Then again, this is all based on assumption as we haven’t actually seen FaceID in action in person.

      • It appears that if you swipe up from the bottom of the screen that if it hasn’t been able to scan your face successfully it falls back to password input.

        But if you’re right, that would mean that someone reset the device before the keynote, no one thought to test it before the presentation, and that the version of the OS they are using allows them to bypass the pin entry screen at will. Personally I find that the simplest answer is usually correct. It just failed to work on stage initially.

      • Shadowelite123

        As it turns out, FaceID had already locked out before the debut as many people were handling it prior. As far as the bypass, I think that might have been lag in the video or the animation on the phone. I see that behavior occasionally on my 7 Plus and Nexus 6P.

      • Yeah I saw that explanation posted in another article and realized the only way that could be true is if he swapped phones (video lag wouldn’t account for it). So I went back and rewatched the keynote and it turns out that’s exactly what happened. I didn’t notice him switch devices the first time around but I stand corrected. He even mentions going to backup as he swaps phones 😛 So Thanks to everyone who pointed that out.

        Also, if you pause the keynote and read the message on screen it also indicates that the first device had been locked and faceID wasn’t available.

      • Shadowelite123

        Oh really? Lol i didn’t even notice that. Should have known there was a backup device since they’ve pretty much had one in every product announcement keynote.

      • Shadowelite123

        Plus waking the screen doesn’t auto send you to passcode if TouchID is disabled after a reset. At least it doesn’t if you just you the power button. It will send you to passcode if you attempt to scan your fingerprint after waking. I guess well have to see when we actually get our hands on it.

    • Shinigami

      Cool story, OCD bro.

  • h4nd0fg0d

    Sleep on it, then sadly wake up and realize that it is as badass as it claims. Bunch of suckas playing themselves.

    • Sadly after sleeping on it I think I’ll find even more reasons to go with the 8 over the X. I just hope that Apple doesn’t force this new design on us eventually…

  • blist

    maybe you guys know when the new mac os high sierra is comming out? thanks

  • Sailor_V90

    I really don’t like the functionality of the iPhone X (10), I personally like have a home button, regardless of form. I also think that Face ID is just simply inconvenient and not practical. I do like the OLED display but I don’t like the fact that your pictures and movies will not be cropped to fit the screen accordingly. Overall, it’s a confirmed ‘No’ on the iPhone X for me, especially considering that the iPhone 8 does the same thing.

    • John

      You’ve got problems buddy if you think that you’re paying $1000 JUS for fancy emojis.

      • Sailor_V90

        And you Sir lack comprehension skills.
        You’re a fool if you truly think you’re getting more bang for your buck with The iPhone X. You’re paying a 1,000+ dollars for features that have been around the block and back because Face ID and all its gimmicks and the OLED screens have all been done by Samsung and other companies ten fold and have charged customers less than a 1,000 dollars.
        More so if you look at the specs, The iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X all share the same internal components, the only difference is the OLED screen and Face ID. All of them have 7 MP front facing cameras and 12 MP cameras in the back and the A11 Bionic Chip and True Tone display and the same storage options and the same water/dust resistants and the same wrap around glass and etc. There is no huge difference other than the Portrait Modes feature on the cameras and OLED Screens.
        So again, what are you spending a 1,000+ dollars on?

  • The notch obscures the screen. Really. That would be extremely annoying.

  • Alex Wilson

    Been holding on to my iPhone 6 for a while, need a replacement. $1000? Plus $200 for Apple Care? Yeah that’s a bit rich. I am underwhelmed by the iPhone X and even the new iWatch.

    • John

      WTF is an iWatch?

    • Up Stream

      Agree, people waiting for a replacement to get an extremely underwhelming iPhone 8 design (at top high a price) and a completely overwhelming X design but at £1000 isn’t really fair for people wanting to upgrade. Because if you need an upgrade you probably can’t just spend £1000 when you want which is totally fine

  • So is the actual X the same size as the plus?

    And stop typing. I’m not asking about “screen” size.

  • Jay

    Sorry but I cannot justify the price increase of the 8 nor the even higher price of the X over the plus. Maybe if it had another gig of RAM, started at 128 for storage and had a better processor then maybe. But as it stands, definitely not impressed.

    • Up Stream

      I don’t but don’t think anyone with a sense of money can justify that price. I don’t think Apple should release a phone exclusively for people that can afford a £1000 payment just because a phone come out they like

    • Better processor? You won’t find a faster chip than A11 on the market, not now and probably not for another year…

      • Jay

        By better processor I’m saying it should be better than the 8 and 8 Plus Christian… its needs a more differences to justify it costing $200 more to me.. just my opinion..

  • HamptonWalley

    First time I think I won’t change my current Iphone for the newest. Iphone X looks bad, bad name, feels like crippled iphone without home button. I can’t even believe all those rumors were true. Iphone 8 would be ok, if they call it Iphone 7S, but they screwed up this as well. So badly they screwed up! I’m so much more happy, that I found an Iphone 5 32GB on ebay with IOS 6.0. I would never change it for Iphone X!

    • John

      Blah blah blah.

  • Shadowelite123

    I kind of already knew FaceID would work how they announced it. Most people were thinking about what if you’re wearing glasses or you’re sweating, however putting the rumors together, it made sense that it would work regardless of if you change your appearance. Your facial structure doesn’t change when you wear something like glasses or a hat.

  • Up Stream

    The worst thing is everyone complains it’s not worth £1000
    Some people want it but simply can’t afford it, now that’s NOT right
    I’m only blaming apple

    • Shadowelite123

      Well there are plenty of options to get the phone. If you’re willing to save up to get a flagship from other brands, you can save a little more to get this one from Apple. If you’re thinking financing, its up to whether or not you want to use your credit. Carrier options may be nice at first, but they’ve always come back to haunt me. The iPhone upgrade program is a little more expensive than getting the phone full price, but its less of a hassle in regards to financing. Plus not having it tied to your carrier directly makes leaving carriers a whole lot easier.

    • growl50

      Trade

    • Some of us want an Audi R8 but simply can’t afford one. Now that’s NOT right and I’m going to blame Audi! /s

      What exactly are you proposing? That Apple spend years of development work and billions of dollars of their own money to bring the most technologically advanced phone to the market and instead of recovering their money and making a profit, they should just sell it at whatever price we can afford individually regardless of how much they lose or gain?

      • Up Stream

        No, I mean that Apple should always make the phone to the same budget like they’ve always done. If they can’t make the X the same price as the 8 don’t make it to be sold to those that can afford it and give another boring phone with same design to everyone else. OLED display and stainless steel are what made it expensive and there both unnecessary (considering the cost) The iPhone 8 with the screen size of the X was all that was needed

      • This doesn’t make any sense. By that logic Apple should never have released a plus size phone either since it raised the price… and just FYI, the iPhone X’s price isn’t just due to the screen and the housing. There’s all the new sensors and tech to drive the faceID scanner and optical image stabilization for both back cameras now too and various other improvements like a better battery.

        Anyways, saying that Apple shouldn’t be allowed to pack in new features if it raises the price beyond what you can afford seems to be a very selfish way of looking at things. Not to mention what about the people that can’t afford anything beyond an iPhone SE? Should Apple be prohibited from making any phones beyond that? Or are you the sole standard of what’s affordable? Are you saying that those less fortunate than you are just out of luck as long as Apple caters to your wallet?

      • Up Stream

        The plus sized phone costs more because what makes it cost more is necessary. Also Apple doesn’t ‘cater to my wallet’ in any way. I can’t afford the normal iphone. I’m not saying they should make phones just I can’t afford, I mean loads of people that just can’t justify £1000 phone

      • John

        What the heck?
        The same budget they have always done. Are you completely mental?

      • Up Stream

        Not the iphone X

      • John

        You are making no sense whatsoever.

        You want Apple to innovate and improve while still charging the exact same amount?

      • Wow, that’s some crazy proposition right there bro. So companies should always price the same all generations of a product, got it.

  • RobDigital413

    What’s the RAM in the IPhone X…..by the way I’m kind of shocked…..this is a flop going to stick with the 256gb 7 plus till spring

  • RobDigital413

    Me and my wife both have 256gb 7 plus and Apple watch’s 3 ipads and 2 4gen Apple TVs…..been with Apple since 4s and Juan real here and there…..this is not what I expected…..no hype what so ever

  • Up Stream

    WHY CAN’T YOU JUST STOP HATING!
    I don’t think that apple should release a phone with the same design as the past 4 years for the same price and one with a completely new design for £1000. Not everyone will want to spend that much for a phone and if they need an upgrade they have to pay more or settle for less, the ONLY reason I say this is because the iPhone 6/7/8 were already very very expensive.
    That’s what called AN OPINION THAT I AM ALLOWED TO HAVE!

  • Justin Poynter

    I’m not one to bash apple but I do think it’s a little ridiculous to pay $1000 for a phone and it doesn’t come with the wireless charger. That is my only complaint about the iPhoneX. They are a few other annoyances but nothing I can’t live with.

  • Benedict

    And again with camera bump..