iPHONE X: Apple revealed its deluxe tenth-anniversary iPhone X, which Tim Cook calls “the biggest leap forward since the original iPhone.” The home button has been replaced by Face ID, which scans your face to log you in. The X has a brighter display, wireless charging capability, animated emojis, and longer battery life. The phone starts at $999 and ships Nov. 3. CHEDDAR
People with forgettable faces are going to have pretty weak passwords.
OTHER STUFF: Apple also announced an updated iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. The phones start at $799 and look pretty much the same as the 7 series, but have a new glass design that allows for wireless charging. The new Apple Watch has built-in LTE, which means it will connect to apps and function without its paired iPhone nearby. TECH CRUNCH