iPhone X features Galileo support, Europe's new satellite system, meaning it's going to be even harder to lose your phone - which I can imagine will come as a relief to anyone who's dropped that much money on it.
It's not available for pre-order until October 27th 2017, with initial shipping expected to happen on November 3rd. They will be available to order on September 15, and in stores on September 22, priced from $399 (cellular version) and $329 (non-cellular version).
The company claims the iPhone X is the most durable device to date.
If you're interested in an upgrade from your aging iPhone 5 or 6, but the $999 iPhone X is a little pricey, it's the ideal time to take a look at some of the slightly older iPhones that Apple sells. Full availability and pricing details are available here.
According to Apple, its other flagship smartphone iPhone 8 will be launched on September 22 first and then on September 29 as part of the second phase of the release. However, AT&T hasn't released any trade-in information yet.
On the camera front, the iPhone 8 features an "all new" 12MP sensor, while the iPhone 8 Plus features new-and-improved f/1.8 and f/2.8 sensors. Apple's new phones have usually been released here around a month after their USA launch.
Finally coming to the iPhone 8 Plus, the 64GB variant of smartphone has been priced in the United States at $799.
The iPhone 8 won't carry the sticker shock of the iPhone X's price tag, but carriers are still offering a handful of deals to help out with hardware costs.
Vodafone will be stocking both the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. "Plus we're giving you up to $300 off ANY new iPhone w/ trade-in!"
There's always the chance it could go down the iPhone 11 route, but that would also still feel a little unusual, considering the 8 and the 10 launched together. Welcome, Arya Stark - the new gateway to every iPhone on earth.
In addition, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will all be available across most carriers, including Videotron, Fido, Koodo, Virgin and BellMTS.
Apple also unveiled a new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, which offer more modest improvements over their predecessors and will sell later this month at starting prices of $699 and $799, respectively. If we talk about the 256GB storage variant of the iPhone X, the price in India sets you back by Rs. 1,02,000, while the U.S. pricing stands at $1,149, around 39 percent higher than the U.S. again.