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There's a lot we already know about Apple's new iPhone event occurring today, including the name of the flagship phone itself.
It's all but confirmed to be called the iPhone X. But you might not be able to get your hands on one as quick as you want.
Early reports say that only 10,000 phones a day are being made.
Which will leave retail spaces with a serious shortage, and there are reports about just how expensive the device will be, with rumors saying it will cost upwards of $1,000.
That might turn out to be the case with the iPhone speculated to sport an edge to edge [UNKNOWN] screen, facial recognition, and AR technology.
But it's not just a new set of iPhones we're expecting, With Apple able to update its smart watch by packing in an LTE version of the wearable, in addition to a brand new, 4k version of Apple TV with HDR functionality as well.
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