It’s hard to believe it’s been ten years since the original iPhone. To mark the occasion, Apple’s pulling out all the stops with the Apple iPhone X (Ten, not “Ex”). Immediately apparent is its nearly bezel-free design with 5.8-inch TrueTone OLED Super Retina display and stainless-steel side bands. Less so is the host of new tech inside, from infrared, neural network-powered 3D facial recognition, or Face ID, to an A11 Bionic processor with a neural engine and dual camera system, with optical image stabilization for both lenses. The glass back allows for Qi-compatible wireless charging, and with an optional charging mat, you can charge your iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods with a single outlet. It comes in space gray and silver, in 64GB and 256GB, and arrives in November.