With the inclusion of the phrase"one more thing" in its big announcement Tuesday, mega manufacturer Apple paid homage to its late co-founder Steve Jobs as it celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the iPhone by unveiling the latest - and at $999, most expensive - version of the popular device, the iPhone X.
Current Apple CEO Tim Cook called the iPhone X ("X" is pronounced like the number 10, not the letter X) "the biggest leap forward" since the first iPhone, which debuted in 2007.
The latest model, available for pre-order on October 27 with shipping beginning on November 3, loses the home button, which revolutionized smartphones when it launched, offers an edge-to-edge screen, and uses facial recognition to unlock it.
Apple also unveiled a new iPhone 8 and a larger 8 Plus with upgrades to cameras, displays, and speakers. Both will allow wireless charging, a feature originally thought to be limited to the anniversary iPhone X.
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