iPhone X

iPhone X screen repairs are painfully expensive

iPhone X screen repairs are painfully expensive

The iPhone X is expensive, and perhaps unsurprisingly the cost of getting it repaired should you break the screen is expensive too. Apple has released details on its non-warranty service pricing today, and the figures make for eye-watering reading. Read on for the bad news if you're clumsy and averse to cases.

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iPhone X launch day preorders sell out in a flash

iPhone X launch day preorders sell out in a flash

Earlier this morning, preorders for the iPhone X went live on Apple's website. It was something iPhone fans have been looking forward to since September, but as many of us expected, you had to be quick on the draw to grab an iPhone X for launch day. Those initial phones sold out quickly on Apple's website, and now a lot of people have an extended wait ahead of them.

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iPhone X preorders: Are you buying?

iPhone X preorders: Are you buying?

If you want an iPhone X, you have to do your homework. Apple's flagship smartphone for 2017 isn't just expensive, it's undoubtedly going to be in short supply, and that means conceding that you're not going to get much sleep tonight. That said, with the potential for very limited devices, Apple's promise of in-store stock next week, and lingering skepticism about just how willing people are to put up with "the notch," the big question is how many will actually preorder the iPhone X?

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iPhone X supply reportedly just half Apple’s target

iPhone X supply reportedly just half Apple’s target

Apple may be promising in-store stock of the iPhone X when it launches next week, but savvy shoppers will head down sooner rather than later if the most recent supply leaks are true. Chatter of bottlenecks in iPhone X production have followed the smartphone before it was even officially announced, with various reasons for the handset's eventual rarity suggested over the past months. Whatever the cause, though, it adds up to a potential source of disappointment for would-be early adopters.

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Report: iPhone X Face ID sacrificed specs to save production [Update: Apple responds]

Report: iPhone X Face ID sacrificed specs to save production [Update: Apple responds]

In just a few days, Apple will open up pre-orders for the iPhone X. You can bet that all eyes will be on the iPhone X as we get closer to its November 3 launch, thanks in part to reports that Apple has struggled to produce enough handsets to meet what will likely be high demand. Most of the problem lies in the sensor used for the handset's Face ID, as production yields for the dot projector that serves as the backbone of the sensor have been low.

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iPhone X app switching will work like this

iPhone X app switching will work like this

The removal of the home button on the iPhone X, mostly done for the sake of reducing bezels, has given Apple a lot of headaches. First is the removal of Touch ID, now replaced by Face ID. But that was just one of them. Another problem was how it would replace the common gestures used with the home button, like switching between apps. Apple has promised to replace those with swipe gestures, which, based on this leaked video, doesn’t seem so bad.

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iPhone X walk-in stock promised (but don’t delay)

iPhone X walk-in stock promised (but don’t delay)

With all of the fuss about low iPhone X production numbers, you'd be forgiven if you thought that pre-ordering would be the only way to get one. That may not be the case, as Apple today said that there will be stock available for walk-in customers when the iPhone X launches next month. If you don't manage to get a pre-order in, then, there's still hope as far owning an iPhone X on day one is concerned.

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T-Mobile iPhone X price and trade-in official details: everything to know

T-Mobile iPhone X price and trade-in official details: everything to know

T-Mobile has revealed all the official details for its customers who want to get the iPhone X. The new iPhone will be going up for preorder starting this Friday. Ahead of that, T-Mobile has revealed the pricing for the handset under both its equipment installment option and its JUMP! On Demand option. Pre-orders open at 12:01AM PT on October 27.

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iPhone X upgrade pre-approvals now available

iPhone X upgrade pre-approvals now available

Apple's iPhone Upgrade Program members can now get pre-approved for the iPhone X ahead of its preorders launch. We reported over the weekend that these pre-approvals were inbound and now they're available. With this, iPhone Upgrade Program members who plan to get the coveted iPhone X can get approval out of the way early, ensuring they can be among the first wave to get their hands on the new smartphone.

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Another iPhone X in the wild caught on video

Another iPhone X in the wild caught on video

The November 3rd release date of the iPhone X is drawing closer, and eager Apple fans are getting ready to make their pre-orders as early as possible this Friday, along with sweating over reports about the limited supplies at launch. Fueling anticipation, however, is another appearance of the flagship smartphone in the wild, with video footage being shared online this weekend and offering a close-up look at the device.

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Apple Upgrade Program users get an early start on iPhone X pre-orders

Apple Upgrade Program users get an early start on iPhone X pre-orders

We're less than a week away from when Apple opens pre-orders for the highly anticipated iPhone X. While there's little you can do to guarantee a device on day one, Apple has revealed it's allowing members of its iPhone Upgrade Program to "get a head start" on their upgrade, and in turn make the pre-order process a little smoother. These users don't get to place a full pre-order earlier than everyone else, but they can reduce the number of steps to make a pre-order on Friday, October 27th.

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iPhone X anticipation may be slowing iPhone 8 sales

iPhone X anticipation may be slowing iPhone 8 sales

2017 is a bit of an anomaly year for Apple. Though we've grown used to receiving two new iPhones each year - one standard-sized iPhone and one Plus model - this year we're getting three new iPhones. One of those, as you likely already know, is the iPhone X - a special release that, at least in part, celebrates the 10th anniversary of the first iPhone's release.

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