‘An iPhone formed from glass’—New slate of Apple smartphones feature glass front and back faces

By now, you’ve probably heard that the rumors are true—Apple’s newest iPhones have shed their aluminum skins for an “all-glass design” instead, complete with front and back glass surfaces.

Which also means that another rumor seems to be true, too—we really are living in the Glass Age.

Apple unveiled three new iPhone models on Tuesday: the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X.

While the iPhone 8 phones feature minor incremental changes over the previous iPhone 7 series models, the iPhone X (“ten”, not “x”) is going big or going home.

The iPhone X—available for sale on October 27, with a price tag starting at $999—is the first iPhone to completely remove its bezel, meaning that its also-a-first OLED screen stretches completely across that slick new glass front face.

The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus make their debut earlier and cheaper that the iPhone X, instead arriving in stores on September 22 and stating at $699 and $799, respectively...


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