The new iPhone X pronounced as “iPhone 10” was unveiled yesterday by Apple CEO Tim Cook at an event in the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple’s brand-new campus.
The X is an extremely beautiful device, with a stainless steel band and glass back curving into a 5.8-inch OLED display that stretches all the way across the front of the phone. It’s a bigger display than the 5.5-inch Plus-size iPhones, but a much, much smaller body.
Apple’s calling this a “Super Retina Display” with 1125 x 2436 pixels of resolution, making it the highest-density screen on any iPhone.
This video better explains the X