Apple has announced a new iPhone and iPad with a 4.7-inch display, a 3,000mAh battery, and the first “super thin” iPhone.
The new iPhones are available to preorder on April 1, but are also available to buy today.
The first iPhone X comes with a 5.5-inch screen and is available to order at the same time as the iPhone X, which is also available for preorder today.
Apple also unveiled the first iPhone and a second iPad that will be available to purchase in early April.
Both are available in silver, gold, and rose gold.
The iPad Pro with Retina Display is also currently available for purchase.
Both the iPhones and iPads feature a 3.5mm headphone jack and a 10-megapixel camera.
The new iPhones also come with wireless charging and NFC support, but the iPhone 8 Plus does not.
The iPhone X is also the first model to include a 12.9-megapixels camera on the front of the device.
The iPhone X will be the first phone to feature a True Tone display.
The display uses a super-thin, super-saturated, 3D-sensing coating to make the display appear more like real life.
Apple said the new iPhones feature Apple’s “Super Thin Film” technology, which uses an ultrathin coating on the back of the iPhone.
That allows the iPhone to retain most of the battery and camera life of the previous model, and is one of the few technologies that can do that.
Apple says the new iPhone uses the Super Thin Film technology to increase battery life by up to three times, which it says is about 40% longer than previous iPhones.
The next-generation iPhone X starts at $999.99, but it costs more to buy directly.