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Ap­ple’s fan­ci­est iPhone yet

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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.

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