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Available with 64GB ($999) / 256GB ($1,149) of storage and in space grey / silver, the iPhone X features a 5.8-inch TrueTone OLED Super Retina display, stainless-steel side bands, an infrared, neural network-powered 3D facial recognition (Face ID), an A11 Bionic processor with neural engine and a 12MP dual camera system. Its glass back enables Qi-compatible wireless charging, and you can pick up an optional AirPower charging mat to charge the iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods simultaneously. Continue reading for another hands-on video, more pictures and information.
"Apple says the iPhone X lasts two hours longer than the iPhone 7 between charges, and of course claims its A11 Bionic chip with two high-performance cores and four high-efficiency cores is faster than ever. But we'll have to wait until we're able to review it to put those claims to the test. The iPhone X doesn't arrive until November, and based on what we've seen in our brief impressions, it's going to be quite popular when it does. Even if it does start at a thousand dollars," reports The Verge.