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Here’s Your First Hands-On Look at the iPhone X, Apple’s Boldest Smartphone Yet: Apple’s new iPhone X is the biggest change the company has made to its flagship smartphone in years. With a larger screen, a better camera system for augmented reality and facial recognition capabilities, it’s clear that this is Apple’s vision for the future of the smartphone.

Here’s a closer look at what it’s like to use the company’s new flagship smartphone after a brief hands-on session.

Design and Screen

For the first time in years, Apple is using glass instead of aluminum in its newest products. All the new iPhones, including the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, include a glass back that’s designed to facilitate the company’s also newly-introduced wireless charging technology. It looks and feels elegant, thought also curiously reminiscent of older iPhones like the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s. The stainless steel that frames the edges of the display makes it feel a bit heavy, but also more durable than Apple’s previous iPhones.

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Here’s Your First Hands-On Look at the iPhone X, Apple’s Boldest Smartphone Yet: Apple’s new iPhone X is the biggest change the company has made to its flagship smartphone in years. With a larger screen, a better camera system for augmented reality and facial recognition capabilities, it’s clear that this is Apple’s vision for the future of the smartphone.Here’s a closer look at what it’s like to use the company’s new flagship smartphone after a brief hands-on session.Design and ScreenFor the first time in years, Apple is using glass instead of aluminum in its newest products. All the new iPhones, including the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, include a glass back that’s designed to facilitate the company’s also newly-introduced wireless charging technology. It looks and feels elegant, thought also curiously reminiscent of older iPhones like the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s. The stainless steel that frames the edges of the display makes it feel a bit heavy, but also more durable than Apple’s previous iPhones.