To cap off a presentation that included announcements concerning the new Apple (APPL) Watch Series 3, the Apple TV and the iPhone 8, Apple revealed its special 10th anniversary iPhone X.
The phone attempts to be one of the first of its kind, abandoning the home button and instead opting for 3D Touch and a facial recognition software, Face I.D. Apple says the new technology will reduce the chances of a random person unlocking your phone to 1 in a million.
Sales of the new anniversary iPhone edition, the company said, will likely begin in early November, well in time for the peak of the U.S. holiday shopping season but still likely to push a good portion of the phone's revenues into the December to March quarter, the second of the company's next financial year.
The iPhone X might cost you $999 in America - But you could find yourself paying a little bit more if you purchase it outside the United States.
Here's what the iPhone X costs in other countries.
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