After Apple (AAPL) was finished debuting its new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus models, the tech titan unveiled its state of the art iPhone X. 

The iPhone X boasts an all-glass edge-to-edge display with no home button. The phone comes equipped with all new facial recognition software, called Face ID, which can both unlock the device and process payments. 

The phone also comes with a 12MP dual-lens cameras optimized for augmented reality, and a customization emoji software called Animoji that can mimic users' expressions. 

The iPhone X will also boast wireless charging, and give fans of photography portrait mode in both the front and rear cameras. 

The X comes in both 64GB and 256GB models, and will begin at $999. Customers can order the phone starting October 22 and it will begin to ship on November 3. 

Take a long good look at the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus.

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