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Word is that Apple said to be launching a cheaper LCD i Phone variant for 2018, what we're calling the i Phone 9 for now, as Apple looks to bring the bezel-less form factor to a lower-cost, non-OLED variant... The initial issues with stock are now over, and you can grab the handset in a a number of ways - with the i Phone X colors pretty limited this year, and the option of two storage sizes your main choices.

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Some will point to the fact that Samsung has been using OLED screens on its phones since the first Galaxy, but Apple counters that by saying it’s only now that the technology is good enough for phones.

On the face of it that sounds defensive, but when you use the i Phone X you can see it’s a screen that’s incredibly, well, Apple.

The i Phone X was a huge gamble from Apple, yet one that really paid off six months into our testing.

Losing the home button and altering the design was a dangerous move, but one that was sorely needed after years of similarity and the premium design, extra power, all-screen front mix together to create - by far - the best i Phone Apple's ever made.

It's out now, having launched worldwide on November 3. The i Phone X costs $999 / £999 / AU$1,579 for the basic, 64GB model.

If you want the larger 256GB model it’s going to cost you

If you want the larger 256GB model it’s going to cost you $1,149 / £1,149 / AU$1,829 for the privilege.On the i Phone X, however, that’s not the case, with many apps we used packing massive black bars above and below the display.That's quickly started to improve though, and each day more apps update for the longer screen.It's also been dubbed the best in the world, by the esteemed Display Mate testing, showing that it's the brightest and more color-accurate OLED on the market and good off-centre brightness shifts - showing Apple can tune the tech from Samsung really well.The term ‘bezel-less’ has been bandied about for the i Phone X, but that doesn’t really tell the right story.But the i Phone X is the handset we’ve been demanding from Apple for years – a world away from the increasingly-tired designs that those who just want a new i Phone have had to make do with. Will it change the direction of an industry where many of the specs Apple has put in – fast charging, wireless charging, bezel-less displays and face recognition – are already on the market?

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If you want the larger 256GB model it’s going to cost you $1,149 / £1,149 / AU$1,829 for the privilege.

On the i Phone X, however, that’s not the case, with many apps we used packing massive black bars above and below the display.

That's quickly started to improve though, and each day more apps update for the longer screen.

It's also been dubbed the best in the world, by the esteemed Display Mate testing, showing that it's the brightest and more color-accurate OLED on the market and good off-centre brightness shifts - showing Apple can tune the tech from Samsung really well.

The term ‘bezel-less’ has been bandied about for the i Phone X, but that doesn’t really tell the right story.

But the i Phone X is the handset we’ve been demanding from Apple for years – a world away from the increasingly-tired designs that those who just want a new i Phone have had to make do with. Will it change the direction of an industry where many of the specs Apple has put in – fast charging, wireless charging, bezel-less displays and face recognition – are already on the market?

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If you want the larger 256GB model it’s going to cost you $1,149 / £1,149 / AU$1,829 for the privilege.

On the i Phone X, however, that’s not the case, with many apps we used packing massive black bars above and below the display.

That's quickly started to improve though, and each day more apps update for the longer screen.

It's also been dubbed the best in the world, by the esteemed Display Mate testing, showing that it's the brightest and more color-accurate OLED on the market and good off-centre brightness shifts - showing Apple can tune the tech from Samsung really well.

,149 / £1,149 / AU

If you want the larger 256GB model it’s going to cost you $1,149 / £1,149 / AU$1,829 for the privilege.On the i Phone X, however, that’s not the case, with many apps we used packing massive black bars above and below the display.That's quickly started to improve though, and each day more apps update for the longer screen.It's also been dubbed the best in the world, by the esteemed Display Mate testing, showing that it's the brightest and more color-accurate OLED on the market and good off-centre brightness shifts - showing Apple can tune the tech from Samsung really well.The term ‘bezel-less’ has been bandied about for the i Phone X, but that doesn’t really tell the right story.But the i Phone X is the handset we’ve been demanding from Apple for years – a world away from the increasingly-tired designs that those who just want a new i Phone have had to make do with. Will it change the direction of an industry where many of the specs Apple has put in – fast charging, wireless charging, bezel-less displays and face recognition – are already on the market?

||

If you want the larger 256GB model it’s going to cost you $1,149 / £1,149 / AU$1,829 for the privilege.

On the i Phone X, however, that’s not the case, with many apps we used packing massive black bars above and below the display.

That's quickly started to improve though, and each day more apps update for the longer screen.

It's also been dubbed the best in the world, by the esteemed Display Mate testing, showing that it's the brightest and more color-accurate OLED on the market and good off-centre brightness shifts - showing Apple can tune the tech from Samsung really well.

The term ‘bezel-less’ has been bandied about for the i Phone X, but that doesn’t really tell the right story.

But the i Phone X is the handset we’ve been demanding from Apple for years – a world away from the increasingly-tired designs that those who just want a new i Phone have had to make do with. Will it change the direction of an industry where many of the specs Apple has put in – fast charging, wireless charging, bezel-less displays and face recognition – are already on the market?

||

If you want the larger 256GB model it’s going to cost you $1,149 / £1,149 / AU$1,829 for the privilege.

On the i Phone X, however, that’s not the case, with many apps we used packing massive black bars above and below the display.

That's quickly started to improve though, and each day more apps update for the longer screen.

It's also been dubbed the best in the world, by the esteemed Display Mate testing, showing that it's the brightest and more color-accurate OLED on the market and good off-centre brightness shifts - showing Apple can tune the tech from Samsung really well.

,829 for the privilege.

On the i Phone X, however, that’s not the case, with many apps we used packing massive black bars above and below the display.

That's quickly started to improve though, and each day more apps update for the longer screen.

It's also been dubbed the best in the world, by the esteemed Display Mate testing, showing that it's the brightest and more color-accurate OLED on the market and good off-centre brightness shifts - showing Apple can tune the tech from Samsung really well.

The term ‘bezel-less’ has been bandied about for the i Phone X, but that doesn’t really tell the right story.

But the i Phone X is the handset we’ve been demanding from Apple for years – a world away from the increasingly-tired designs that those who just want a new i Phone have had to make do with. Will it change the direction of an industry where many of the specs Apple has put in – fast charging, wireless charging, bezel-less displays and face recognition – are already on the market?

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