Apple unveils latest iPhone
Apple's unveiled its most expensive iPhone yet.
The iPhoneX will feature an edge-to-edge display, no home button - and it'll map your face to unlock it.
It starts at €1,179 euro but you could make a saving if you're willing to travel to the US where it's priced at 999 dollars.
Ciaran McCormack CEO of CompuB was in the Steve Jobs theatre for the launch - he thinks we'll buy it:
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