Apple iPhone X, Fully Unlocked 5.8″, 256 GB – Silver

iPhone x features an all-screen design with a 5.8-Inch super Retina HD display with HDR and true tone. Face ID lets you unlock and use Apple pay with just a glance. Powered by A11 Bionic, the most powerful and smartest chip ever in a smartphone. Supports augmented reality experiences in games and apps.

Product Features

  • An all‑new 5.8‑inch Super Retina screen with all-screen OLED Multi-Touch display
  • 12MP wide-angle and telephoto cameras with Dual optical image stabilization
  • Wireless Qi charging
  • Splash, water, and dust resistant
  • Sapphire crystal lens cover

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3 Responses to Apple iPhone X, Fully Unlocked 5.8″, 256 GB – Silver

  1. Taylor says:

    From a 6S to an X – A wonderful, luxury, phone. I received my X on launch day and I absolutely love this phone. If you would like a list of just my thoughts on the phone, scroll down pass the introduction.The transition:NO home button! The staple of the iPhone is gone; well, moved to a little notch at the top. I was expecting this transition to a home-button-less iPhone to be difficult, but all of the gestures feel so natural. I find myself annoyed trying to utilized an older iPhone as the interface now feels clunky…

  2. V12 Vantage says:

    Iphone X: A complete re-design and leap forward for Apple. Everyone reading this is probably familiar with the Apple phone line up so I am going to focus on the differences between the iPhone X and iPhone 7 plus specifically.First off, the set-up process has been significantly streamlined. When setting up your new iPhone X setup will ask you if your old iPhone is nearby, select yes, and you can wireless transfer all your apps, settings, backgrounds, passwords, etc. to your new phone in a few clicks. I really appreciated this streamlined…

  3. Jamie Robertson says:

    Worth the upgrade My brothers and I began buying and upgraded to the latest iPhone since the very first version and the iPhone X is one the the biggest changes that I can remember. Much like going from the iPhone 3GS to the 4 was or the iPhone 5 to the 6.The X model looses the Home Button and doesn’t have a the headphone jack like the 7’s. No big deal on the headphone jack. Sometimes I do prefer plugging a set in and not having to worry about Bluetooth.The lack of a Home button does take…

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