THE LONG AWAITED iPhone X is official, with the firm unveiling the 10th-anniversary device at its much-hyped Apple Event on Tuesday.

The iPhone X (pronounced iPhone 10) is the company’s first smartphone to feature a full-screen display, as it sets its sights on the likes of the Galaxy Note 8. There’s also an all-new ‘Super Retina’ resolution, a reinforced glass design and support for wireless charging, with the iPhone X arriving with support for the Qi charging standard.

We’ve rounded up everything we know about the iPhone X below, and will update this article as soon as we hear more.

Release date
As expected, the iPhone 10 won’t be released at the same time as the new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, which start shipping on 22 September.

Instead, Apple has announced that iPhone 8 pre-orders will begin on 27 October, and the handset will start shipping on 3 November.

The iPhone X, which will be made available in 64GB and 256GB configurations, will be priced from $999 in the US.

In the UK, Vodafone has been quick to confirm that it will offer the iPhone X, as well as both the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

– 5.8in Super Retina (2436×1125) OLED edge-to-edge display
– New design with an ‘all-glass’ construction
– Wireless charging support
– Apple A11 chip with Apple-designed GPU
– Face ID
– iOS 11 with improved Siri, P2P payments
– Vertical 12MP dual cameras with OIS
– Support for LTE speeds up to 450Mbps
– Wireless charging support