Apple has revealed the R20,000 iPhone X, the latest generation of its flagship gadget. The all-glass device has an edge-to-edge display and they removed the iconic home button. It unlocks using facial recognition and features wireless charging.
The phone has a 5.8-inch OLED screen, which fills the entire front of the device. Apple has removed the iconic home button to make way for the display, replacing it with facial recognition software called Face ID.
Face ID is used to unlock the phone, authenticate Apple Pay and customize the new animoji. The company promised that Face ID will protect facial data captured on the iPhone X and said that there was a one-in-million chance that a ‘random person’ could unlock a user’s iPhone X using their face.