Apple's newest iPhone is the iPhone X (pronounced "iPhone 10"). With a new and powerful face-scanning camera and an edge-to-edge display that ditches the Home button altogether, Apple is calling it the biggest leap forward since the original iPhone 10 years ago.
The iPhone X leads off with a striking, 5.8-inch edge-to-edge OLED display. Because of this, there is no longer a Home button. Just tap the screen to wake it up, or swipe up to go home.
The "Super Retina" display boasts a 2,436x1,125-pixel resolution at 458 ppi.
The iPhone X sports a pair of vertically stacked, 12-megapixel cameras on the back for traditional snapshots. It can also take portrait shots with additional tools to adjust lighting.
Another look at the phone's rear cameras.
The front-facing camera also got a major upgrade for the iPhone X, complete with ambient light sensor, proximity sensor, infrared camera, and a dot projector for facial mapping.
You can also take selfies in Portrait Mode now for blurred out, bokeh-style backgrounds. Apple says that it worked with Snapchat to help make improved facial alterations for the social media platform.
The iPhone X is 7.7 millimeters thick, with a stainless-steel band surrounding glass on the front and back.
The device is rated IP67 dust- and water-resistant, so it can be submerged underwater and still survive.
The phone comes in two storage options: 64GB and 256GB.
Like last year's iPhone, the X does not have a headphone jack. It is, however, capable of wireless charging.
Apple promises two hours of extra standby battery life over the iPhone 7.
The iPhone X can map out your face with its front-facing camera, remember it and then use it to identify you when you're unlocking the phone or buying something using Apple Pay. Apple says that it's even more secure than the fingerprint-scanning Touch ID.
Your two color options are silver and space gray (sorry, rose gold aficionados).
The phone is equipped with Apple's own A11 Bionic processor. Its camera also gets upgraded slow-motion video support (1080p at 240fps).
The device ships with iOS 11, which features animated emojis, a slightly refreshed interface and AR capabilities.
The iPhone X will be Apple's most expensive iPhone to date, starting at $999. You'll be able to preorder one on October 27 ahead of an expected arrival on November 3.