At Apple's live event on Tuesday, the media giant announced the all-new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, as everyone was expecting. There was nothing too dramatically different about the new gadget–which is why Apple fans were relieved when the iPhone X suddenly dropped.
The iPhone X, pronounced the "iPhone 10," has the edge-to-edge screen that has been rumored about. Yup–the entire front of the phone is a screen.
There's no home button on the iPhone X. Instead, users swipe up from the bottom to go from an app to the home screen. To light up the lock screen, simply tap it. To unlock the phone, you'll have to use Apple's newest technology: Face ID, which uses something Apple calls the "TrueDepth camera system." Every time you look at your iPhone X, a variety of lenses take "mathematical models" of your face to unlock your phone. Good luck with your new phone if you have an evil twin.