Apple has announced that it will begin selling the iPhone X at the Apple Store starting April 24.
The iPhone X is the first iPhone to include a 5.5-inch OLED display with a new glass frame, an OLED screen, a new dual-core processor and a new rear-facing camera.
It is also the first Apple iPhone to be made in a mass-produced aluminum alloy, with a copper-nickel alloy, which is lighter and more durable than its predecessor, the iPhone 6S.
However, Apple also revealed that the iPhone 8, which will come in a stainless steel body with a stainless aluminum bezel, will also be available for purchase starting April 23.
The iPhone 8 will feature an all-new, curved display that will feature a higher pixel density, a wider pixel-count, a larger battery, and more advanced optical image stabilization.
The display will also have a 4K resolution.
Apple has also introduced the iPhone 7, which it says will have a “new, faster” chip with a 64-bit processing core, up to 4K video playback and a faster processor, all of which will make the iPhone 10 even more impressive.
Apple has also announced that the new iPhone 10 will have “two new colors.”