We're just a couple of days from the launch of the iPhone X, Apple's most important phone in years. Early hands-on reviews -- including our own -- are starting to trickle out into the wild, and YouTube's very own MKBHD has a typically very pretty first look and unboxing to feast your eyes on.
Marques Brownlee's very early unboxing of the iPhone X is pretty straightforward, and shows that there's nothing super special in the box -- apart from the iPhone X itself, of course. You still get Apple's wired Lightning-cabled EarPods, an official Apple Lightning charging/data cable, and Apple's tiny 5-Watt travel USB power adapter.
MKBHD also runs through the basic interface of the iPhone X, which is the first iPhone to not have a home button at the front -- and no Touch ID to boot. It's replaced with Face ID and facial recognition tech through that new front-facing camera setup in the X's distinctive notch up the top of the otherwise all-screen front of the phone. [YouTube]
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