The iPhone X, which was announced on Thursday, is one of the biggest technological milestones in Apple’s history.
It’s the first iPhone to feature OLED display technology, an unusual combination of glass and silicon that’s more than twice as thick as previous iPhones, and the first to use an all-glass design.
For the most part, it’s a big improvement over the previous iPhone, which is powered by the same chipset as the iPhone X and iPad Pros.
But it also has some notable issues.
For one, there’s no wireless charging support.
The company says that the iPhone 8 and 9 will support it, but not the iPhone 10, and you won’t be able to add one to your home or office.
There’s also no camera module, which means there’s a major gap in the iPhone lineup between the X and the XS models.
That could cause confusion for those who own older iPhones, who may have to buy new phones for new iPhones, which could mean a long wait for those upgrades.
Apple has also been working on its own wireless charging technology, called Qi.
Qi is already available on the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 8, but it’s not ready for prime time yet.
Other than that, there are a lot of big differences between the iPhone and the iPhone 9, which are likely to be a sticking point for many.
The iPhone X is the first new iPhone to come with an OLED screen since the iPhone 6s, and it’s the second iPhone to use OLED technology.
The XS is the fourth iPhone to do so, following the iPhone 5s and the 7s.
Apple has not disclosed how many iPhone Xs it will ship, but rumors have suggested that Apple plans to sell roughly 15 million of the phones in the U.S. But many of these phones will be sold at retail, rather than via Apple’s online store, which has not been expanded to include other markets.
Apple will sell phones in a limited number of countries, with some phones selling for as little as $149.99, but those prices could go up.
Apple’s U.K. and European rival, Samsung, recently announced plans to offer iPhones in more than 200 countries.
The iPhone 9S, Apple’s flagship smartphone, was launched in October and features a more expensive version of the iPhone’s OLED display.
Its $999 price tag was much lower than the $979 iPhone X S model, which Apple introduced in November.
Although the iPhone 12s was also released in November, the new 12-inch iPhone models will be available in November and December.
Apple also unveiled its new line of Apple Watches and Apple Pay watches in November in a deal with Time Warner Cable, the parent company of HBO, which owns HBO Now.