Ten years – that’s how long it’s been since the original iPhone was released. It’s shocking to think how far we’ve come technologically since then, but a lot of the biggest advancements – as well as a few new ones – can be found in the brand’s newly announced anniversary edition, the iPhone X.
Pronounced ‘ten,’ the X is the most advanced iPhone ever created for a wealth of reasons. From its button-free, gesture-controlled, integrated OLED display; to the onboard Face ID facial-recognition software capable of mapping your visage via 30,000 points; to the hyper-advanced main camera and even more selfie-friendly front-facing camera; to the wireless charging feature – this phone is a masterpiece of human ingenuity. It’s all thanks to the onboard A11 Bionic – the most powerful and smartest chip ever in a smartphone. And its still water-resistant, features the toughest glass ever on both its front and back, and has a frame made from surgical steel. You can get your hands on this pocket-sized supercomputer on October 27th, starting at $999.