Ten years after the launch of the first iPhone, Apple has launched what it says is the phone that kickstarts the next decade for the iPhone. It’s the biggest shift in iPhone design since Steve Jobs launched that first device, introducing a new range of technologies to Apple’s smartphone as well as shifting the user interface in a whole new direction.
In many ways it’s a celebration of 10 years of the iPhone – hence the iPhone 10 name – but in other ways it is an ambitious step forward. Apple isn’t just ditching a connector this time around, it’s ditching one of the iPhone’s most iconic interactions: the home button.
With the Apple iPhone X now available to buy, is this the most important iPhone since 2007? Do those new technologies really add anything and, perhaps for many, it is really worth the money?
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