Marking the iPhone's 10th anniversary, the Apple iPhone X is easily the most advanced iPhone yet. Its stand-out design feature is the HDR-capable OLED display stretching from edge to edge, while the back is made of glass instead of metal to allow wireless charging.
Instead of a traditional fingerprint scanner, the iPhone X uses Face ID facial recognition, while navigation gestures compensate for the lack of a home button. The dual camera at the back allows for 2X optical zoom, and Portrait mode with studio lighting effects is available both when taking selfies and regular photos. iOS 11 runs on it out of the box, introducing augmented reality applications, a redesigned App Store, a new Control Center layout, and a number of UI refinements.