The long-awaited iphone X has finally arrived, and the edge-to-edge OLED screen and Truedepth selfie camera system are everything Apple fans could have hoped for.
This is the iphone that Steve Jobs imagined right from the start, and many of the design choices – from the glass and stainless steel body to the curved corners of the display – hark back to that original handset.
The removal of the Home button is a controversial move, requiring users to learn a whole new set of gestures and shortcuts to access their favourite apps.
The new Face ID security system, which replaces the Touch ID fingerprint reader, and uses 3D scanning technology to verify your identity, also takes some getting used to.
But as an overall package, the iphone X represents the culmination of 10 years of innovation by the Californian tech giant and, despite the eye-watering price tag, it’s set to be one of its most popular handsets so far produced.