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Apple Didn’t Reveal Everything About the iPhone X at Yesterday’s Keynote

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Well, after months, if not years, of hype, the iPhone X is finally here. Yesterday’s keynote saw the 10th-anniversary model go on public display for the first time, but as Mashable reports, Apple elected to leave out one or two important details.

The phone’s price tag has been a big talking point, but you wouldn’t know going by the presentation. Apple announced two models – the 64GB and 256GB — but failed to point out the latter will set you back $1,149. As previously reported, the 64GB version comes in at $999.

When it comes to specs, there was no mention of the fact the X will be the first iPhone ever to support fast charging, If you’re wondering how fast is “fast,” a 30-minute charge using the iPhone plug and cable will result in 50 percent battery life. Another minor tech detail is the addition of the U.S. military-created Galileo navigation satellite system, making it pretty much impossible to get lost from here forward.