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September 16, 2018 | 9:43:43Apple’s newest smartphone is a major leap forward in terms of performance, and it’s not for the faint of heart.

The iPhone X is a flagship-class phone, and that alone makes it worth checking out.

But its new iPhone, as it’s now known, is also an upgrade in every sense of the word.

It’s not just a major improvement in software and hardware, but in design as well.

Here’s what you need to know about the iPhone X, and how you can upgrade your current iPhone.1.

What’s new?

The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus both have a larger display, bigger batteries, and a larger battery capacity than before.

And they also have slightly larger cameras.

The X is also a notch up from its predecessors, with a 5.5-inch OLED display, a 2560 x 1440 pixel display, and 3,200mAh battery.

It also sports a faster Snapdragon 835 chip with 2GB of RAM.

That makes it slightly faster than the iPhone 8, which launched a year ago.

However, the X’s bigger screen and larger battery mean it’s slightly faster.

Apple’s X has a quad-core processor, a 64-bit, A11 Bionic CPU, and 12GB of onboard storage.

It’ll run Android 6.0 Marshmallow, too, though the software is more or less the same as before.

The iPhone 8 is the first iPhone to have a 64GB version of storage.

The X has 8GB of internal storage, which is much more than the 16GB found on the iPhone 7 Plus.

It can store 8,800 photos and 128GB of video.

It has a 12-megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilization, an 8-megixel front camera, and 2GB RAM.

It sports a 5-megawatt, Dual Band Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.0 radio with 64Mbps of coverage.

Apple’s flagship iPhone has a large, 11.7-inch, 1,920 x 1,080 pixel display that’s larger than most smartphones on the market.

It offers a 1920 x 1080 pixel display and an 8MP rear camera.

It will be available in white, black, and silver, and comes in two colors, Silver and Silver Gold.

There’s a 5MP front camera on the front of the phone, along with an 8 megapixel front camera and 2x optical zoom.

The phone’s battery is a 6400mAh cell.

It comes in either a 16 or 32GB version, depending on whether you choose an “all-in-one” model.

You can also choose between a 32GB and 64GB option.

The 32GB model comes with a microSD slot, and the 32GB option comes with 32GB of storage, with 64GB capacity.

The 64GB model is available in either Black or Gold.

In terms of connectivity, the iPhone comes with LTE, NFC, USB-C, and GPS.

It supports Face ID, Face Unlock, and Touch ID, but Apple doesn’t recommend Touch ID.

It does, however, support Face ID for the iPhone’s Home button, which can be used to unlock a device.

It only works with the Home button.

The Apple X is the iPhone you get when you buy the iPhone in 2017.

It costs $1,099 for a 32G or 64G model, and is available with either 32GB or 64GB of memory, or 32 or 64 GB of storage options.

It ships with a 12MP rear-facing camera with LED flash, 2x Optical Zoom, and 1080p video recording.

The only major new feature on the X is an NFC-enabled fingerprint sensor.

There are also some new Home button and Home button-related features on the phone.

Apple has said that the new fingerprint sensor will allow you to unlock the phone with a fingerprint reader if you have it, but it’s unclear how this will work.

The main new feature of the X comes in its new Face ID fingerprint sensor, which makes it the first smartphone with a 3D camera built into the front.

Apple is touting Face ID as a key feature that will help users find the right person and make purchases.

The Face ID feature is available to iPhone owners who buy an iPhone 8 or 8 Plus with a 32-bit processor.

Face ID uses facial recognition technology to track your face and identifies you based on features like your face shape and hair texture.

It works for all iOS devices.

You won’t be able to use Face ID on the latest iPhone, however.

The fingerprint sensor is a bit of a mixed bag.

It requires a fingerprint scanner, which you need a 3G network to use.

It doesn’t work with iPhone 7 or iPhone 7s, though it works with iPhone 8s, iPhone Xs, and iPhone X Plus.

But, like the fingerprint scanner on the previous generation iPhone, the fingerprint sensor on the new X is not a true face