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iPhone X: The Cost Of Apple’s New Smartphone Is Heavily Debated

Apple announced some new products on Wednesday, but the biggest announcement was the iPhone X, the iPhone people have wanted for years. It has a 5.8-inch, 2436 x 1125 pixel resolution Super Retina OLED display, which is the largest we’ve ever seen on an iPhone. Because it’s an edge-to-edge display without much bezel space, the iPhone X is still close in size to the iPhone 7, which only has a 4.
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