This latest smartphone is packed with updated features including a 5.8-inch OLED display which spreads across the entire front of the device.
With the iPhone X featuring this new edge-to-edge display, Apple has ditched the home button with users now unlocking the device via their face.
Apple says Face ID is incredibly secure and only unlocks iPhone X when customers look at it – it’s even designed to prevent spoofing by photos or masks.
A new glass design covers the rear of the phone and allows it to be charged wirelessly via the established Qi ecosystem.
This means the iPhone X will be compatible with most current wireless charging accessories including new devices from Belkin and Mophie.
Under the hood there’s a new A11 Bionic processor which Apple is boasting delivers up to 30 per cent faster graphics performance than the previous generation.
iPhone X also features a redesigned dual 12-megapixel rear camera system with dual optical image stabilisation.
The ƒ/1.8 aperture on the wide-angle camera joins an improved ƒ/2.4 aperture on the telephoto camera for better photos and videos.
A new colour filter, deeper pixels and an improved Apple-designed image signal processor delivers advanced pixel processing, wide colour capture, faster autofocus in low light and better HDR photos.
The new camera also delivers the highest quality video capture ever in a smartphone, with better video stabilisation, 4K video up to 60fps and 1080p slo-mo up to 240fps.
So with all these new features there’s plenty to be excited about but there might be a long wait if you fancy owning one.
Apple says the device won’t be available to pre-order until Friday, October 27, with availability beginning Friday, November 3.
It’s likely that this stunning new smartphone will be huge demand and this could mean some fans may have to wait even longer to get hold of one.
iPhone X will be available in Silver and Space Grey in 64GB and 256GB models starting at £999 from Apple.com/uk and Apple Stores and is also available through Apple Authorised Resellers and carriers.