The iPhone X is edging ever closer to release. And as anticipation builds, an eagle–eyed Reddit user has managed to snap a quick shot of the tenth anniversary iPhone in its box ahead of its mooted due date of 3rd November.
Until now, the iPhone X has only been seen at Apple’s official launch event. But this latest photo shows what to expect if you’re lucky enough to land one on launch day.
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An image of the iPhone X is seen covering the entire front of the box, replete with a lock icon, something which did not feature in Apple’s official renderings.
It seems Apple is keen to play up the device’s all–screen credentials, with the display dominating the iPhone X’s packaging.
It’s likely that sightings of the new iPhone will increase over the coming weeks. Pre–orders start on 27th October, with a 64GB model costing £999 SIM–free. The larger 256GB edition costs £1,149.
The iPhone X features new Face ID scanning tech, an improved dual lens camera and support for Apple’s new ARKit software.