Apple iPhone X
The iPhone X is the first Apple smartphone to do away with the home button and offer an edge-to-edge display. It offers a rear dual-camera similar to the 8 Plus' configuration – a wide-angle and telephoto module, each with a 12MP sensor. Unlike the 8 Plus, the X's dual cam is also dual stabilized with optical image stabilization in the wide and tele modules. It records up to 4K/60p video. A front-facing array of cameras and sensors employs facial recognition to unlock the device, and also makes Portrait Mode available for selfies. The bokeh-imitating Portrait Mode is also available for the rear cameras, and comes with a new Portrait Lighting mode to apply various lighting effects.