Apple has announced the iPhone X, a top-of-the-line smartphone with an edge-to-edge display. Announced alongside the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, it will actually be on the market more than a month later than the other two. The premium version of Apple’s latest smartphone will start at $999 and come in two configurations, 64GB and 256GB.
Preorders for the iPhone X will begin on October 27th with shipping planned to begin November 3rd.
As expected, there’s no home button; Touch ID has been ditched in favor of facial recognition. The iPhone X has what Apple calls a Super Retina display, with 458 ppi, the highest pixel density of any iPhone. It supports HDR, including both the Dolby Vision and and HDR10 standards.
The iPhone X also has a improved…