Apple’s fanciest iPhone yet
Some have accused Apple of following rather than leading in recent years, and there’s certainly some truth in that – its new iPhone X (pronounced ‘ten’) doesn’t do anything that scattered competitors in the Android world haven’t been doing for some time. But it’s certainly a bold release, both in the way engineers have changed up the iPhone design and in the way the company is asking an astonishing £999 for the pleasure of using it. Here’s what it’s best at…
No home butt on The edge-to-edge display means there’s no room – you’ll use swipes instead.
Face ID The iPhone X ditches Apple’s Touch ID in favour of sophisticated face recognition tech.
Wireless charging Pop your iPhone on the charging pad (sold separately) and juice up.