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iPhone X preorders are now live

iPhone X preorders are now live


If you’re reading this it’s probably too late

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Preorders are now live for Apple’s iPhone X, following the announcement of the new smartphone back in September at Apple’s annual iPhone event.

The iPhone X is available now on Apple’s website and mobile store app, as well as through the various major carriers and retailers like Best Buy and Target. For a full guide to preordering the new phone, check out our more detailed list here. The new devices are expected to start shipping on November 3rd, though delivery dates are likely to slip back by weeks or months.

In case you need a reminder, the iPhone X comes in either silver (i.e., white) or space grey (i.e., black). Apple is selling two models — one with 64GB of storage that costs $999, and a 256GB model for $1,149. The biggest new features on the device are a new bezel-less design with a 5.8-inch OLED display, along with a new Face ID system that uses facial recognition for unlocking your phone. Other improvements like the A11 Fusion processor and the addition of wireless charging that were introduced with the iPhone 8 will also appear on the X.

Demand for the new phone is expected to be extremely high, so if you’ve managed to read this far through this post, it’s probably already too late, especially considering reports of supply issues due to difficulty in manufacturing sensors.