Apple announced three new iPhones during its annual conference yesterday: The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus—starting at $699 and $799 respectively. But the real star of the show was the iPhone X.
CEO Tim Cook calls the 10th anniversary iPhone the "biggest leap forward since the original iPhone." The iPhone X will start at $999 and be released November 3.
Here's everything you need to know about Apple's big day:
iPhone X has a screen that takes up the entire front of the phone, the home button is gone, it can shoot in 4K, and Face ID will let users unlock the phone, make purchases, and more just by looking at it. The audio jack did NOT come back, and it's likely gone forever, so wireless headphones will still be in your future.
Apple also announced the new Apple TV 4K and the Apple Watch Series 3.
Another new product from Apple is a charging mat called AirPower, which Apple says will be able to wirelessly charge iPhones, iPads, and AirPods simultaneously.
Yesterday also served as the public debut of Apple's new California headquarters, Apple Park. The new campus is estimated to have cost $5 billion, will house more than 14,000 employees, runs on 100% renewable energy, and features a main building that looks like a flying saucer.