Following months of anticipation, Apple has finally unveiled its souped-up 'anniversary' phone, the iPhone X.The $999 (£999 in the UK) iPhone X features an edge-to-edge display with richer colours, and facial recognition software called Face ID that allows users to unlock the phone without the need for a fingerprint reader or physical home button.
Apple has also revealed the new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, alongside an upgrade to the Apple Watch and a higher-definition Apple TV.
Apple has announced the iPhone X, pronounced 'iPhone 10', that comes with no home button.
Users have to swipe up from the bottom to unlock or to go home from an app or to multitask.
It also includes 'Face ID' that allows users to unlock the phone by looking at it.
The device which is is dust and waterproof at a microscopic level will be available in space grey and silver.
It features a glass front and back, with a band around the edge made from surgical grade stainless steel, as well as an edgeless display
Qi and AirPower wireless charging that lets you charge multiple devices at once
'Screen tap' unlock
Edge to edge display with glass on both sides of the device
Super retina display using OLED technology.
Highest ever pixel density in an iPhone
Dual 12 megapixel cameras and dual-optical image stabilisation
Tuned for augmented reality capabilities
Portrait lighting that uses machine learning to touch up photos
A11 bionic chips with six cores, can be 70 per cent faster than the previous A10 chip.
On the diagonal, the display is 5.8 inch, with over two million pixels, the highest resolution and pixel density ever seen in an iPhone.
It also features an OLED display.
The Face ID system uses a number of technologies to ensure it recognises its user.
This includes an infrared camera to see in the dark and an ambient light sensor