Super Retina OLED screen on the iPhone X
The first thing you notice when you see the iPhone X is the amazing new screen called Super Retina Display. It measures 5.8 inches, has a resolution of 2436 x 1125 pixels (with 458 ppi) and supports HDR. The size of the device itself, however, is similar to the iPhone 7. Furthermore, it is based on the OLED technique, just like the screen of the Apple Watch.
However, this is not the only new one, because the screen has no more edges. Okay, completely borderless may be something exaggerated, but the edges have become so narrow that the iPhone almost exclusively seems to consist of a display.
Goodbye Touch ID, welcome Face ID
As an attentive reader you already thought: "If the iPhone has no borders anymore, where is the home button with Touch ID?" He is gone, foetsie, is not coming back. Needless to do, too, Apple has done enough work in recent years.
Improved camera with Portrait Lighting
Just as obvious as a new processor is the improved camera. It retains its resolution of 12 megapixels, but supports 4K at 60 frames per second, as well as 1080p at 240 frames per second (for slo-mo).