Earlier today, Apple introduced a new line of smartphones in the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X. CEO Tim Cook's presentation lasted hours, but the guy in the video above boiled EVERYTHING down to just the specs and details.
The 8-series phones will be feature glass on both the front and back, have wireless charging available, and water resistant technology. Both the 8 and the 8 Plus will be available on Sept. 22.
Additionally, the company announced the iPhone X (pronounced "ten," executives wanted to make clear) to honor the tenth anniversary of Apple’s famed smartphone. The X -- which will be high-priced and limited-run -- will not feature a home button and will use facial-recognition technology to unlock it. "[The X] is the biggest leap forward since the original iPhone," CEO Tim Cook said. It has a *cough* $1,000 price tag.
Facial recognition? Jeez, when are we going to get the blood and saliva-activated phone?