Apple - iPhone X 64GB - Space Gray (AT&T)

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iPhone X features an all-screen design with a 5.8-inch Super Retina HD display with HDR and True Tone.¹ Designed with the most durable glass ever in a smartphone and a surgical grade stainless steel band. Charges wirelessly.² Resists water and dust.³ 12MP dual cameras with dual optical image stabilization for great low-light photos. TrueDepth camera with Portrait selfies and new Portrait Lighting.⁴ Face ID lets you unlock and use Apple Pay with just a glance. Powered by A11 Bionic, the most powerful and smartest chip ever in a smartphone. Supports augmented reality experiences in games and apps. With iPhone X, the next era of iPhone has begun.
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Overview

What's Included


  • Apple iPhone X 64GB
  • EarPods with Lightning Connector
  • Lightning to 3.5 mm Headphone Jack Adapter
  • Lightning to USB Cable
  • USB Power Adapter
  • Documentation

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1127 out of 1185)

Features


5.8-inch Super Retina HD display with HDR and True Tone¹

All-glass and stainless steel design, water, and dust resistant³

12MP dual cameras with dual IOS, Portrait mode, Portrait lighting, and 4K video up to 60 fps⁴

7MP TrueDepth front camera with Portrait mode, Portrait Lighting⁴

Face ID for secure authentication and Apple Pay

A11 Bionic, most powerful and smart chip in a smartphone

Wireless charging - works with Qi chargers²

¹The iPhone X display has rounded corners. When measured as a rectangle, the screen is 5.85 inches diagonally. Actual viewing area is less

²Charging mat sold separately

³iPhone X is splash, water, and dust resistant and was tested under controlled laboratory conditions with a rating of IP67 under IEC standard 60529

Splash, water, and dust resistance are not permanent conditions and resistance might decrease as a result of normal wear

Do not attempt to charge a wet iPhone; refer to the user guide for cleaning and drying instructions. Liquid damage not covered under warranty

⁴Portrait Lighting available in beta


Customer rating

4.8
96%
would recommend to a friend

Expert rating

4.5

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Phone, But Is It Worth The Hefty Price Tag?

    Posted
    KVK27
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    PROS: -Blazing fast -Gorgeous OLED display -12MP dual-lens rear Camera, 7MP front camera -Face ID works pretty well CONS: -You'll have to take out a second mortgage to afford it -Some apps are still buggy, don't take advantage of full screen -It's a new style of phone, so the learning curve might be high for some JURY'S STILL OUT ON: -Battery life -Security -Durability I've had this phone for a little more than 24 hours now, and my initial thoughts are "wow". This phone is amazing! It's a beautiful phone to look at, what about the new features? How's not having a home button, for instance? Truth is, I'm starting to like it even more. Swiping feels more natural on this phone than clicking a button, and pulling out your phone to check a notification, and it automatically recognizes you and unlocks is really nice. I'd say it's quicker than having a fingerprint reader, but is it more secure? Apple says it is (1-50,000 chance of some random person getting into your phone with bio-metric scanner, to 1-1,000,000 with FaceID), but time will tell. It works as advertised. It even works in the dark. It does have difficulty on a flat surface, but for me, it's not a big deal. The display is AMAZING. Perfect blacks, without color over-saturation. It is very pleasing to look at. What about the battery life? It's hard to say. I have been able to get through an entire day's use with it, but since I have only had it for 24 hours, I can't tell you about long term. Apple says 21 hours of talk time, and 13 hours of internet time, and so far, I've had no reason to doubt that. Which goes into my next topic: durability. Will it last for a long time? At $1,000 it better be good quality, and being an Apple product, that's a safe assumption. The phone looks very well-built. Premium components went into this phone, and you can tell. It's water-resistant up to 3 feet, dust, scratch, and fingerprint resistant, as well. I've not tested it in water (and have no plans to), but from the surface, this phone is very solidly built. I'd still recommend getting a good case and screen protector, though (as I would with any new phone). Is it worth the extra money? Yes and no. It's a unique, but also a better experience than past iPhones, but if you really like Apple's style they've had since iPhone 6, and dead-set on keeping that style, you might not like the new one. Much of the hardware is similar in the X as it is in the 8+. The main selling points and differences on this phone is the OLED display, which, in my opinion, is the best on any phone, EVER, the rear dual-lens camera with optical image stabilization on both lenses (only one OIS on one lens on the 8+), and FaceID. If you don't need the extra goodies, then you'll be happy with the iPhone 8+, or at the minimum, the iPhone 8. But, if you're willing to drop the money for this phone, and you're ready for a new experience, I'd say you won't be disappointed. Great phone!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Phone, Worthy Upgrade

    Posted
    MMilwaukee
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    Moving from an iPhone 7 Plus, I was skeptical that this phone would have enough upgrades to make me want to keep it. I use my phone for more work than play, and I need something that can keep up with my demanding schedule and productivity apps. For that reason, my last phone was a 7 Plus. The plus, for me, had a great screen size, battery life, camera and offered great storage and speed. It was, however, a bit chunky, but not enough for me to complain about. While the iPhone X has a "5.8 inch" screen, it is slightly more slender and has less actual area than the plus, and doesn't have a 16x9 aspect ratio either. Despite these differences in screen dimensions, I couldn't be more pleased with the device. I love the size, and every time I pick the phone up I am reminded of what a premium device it is by its reassuring weight and perfect size. The screen quality and brightness is absolutely phenomenal, with punchy yet realistic colors and amazing contrast. In fact, the screen is so good that it looks as if it was actually printed on the glass. I have the larger screen combined with a pocketability and size that better suit my hands than my previous 7 Plus. The processor is no slouch, either. It destroys heavy multitasking and intensive apps with aplomb, but does become warm with cpu-heavy apps. Battery life has been slightly shorter than a 7 Plus, but that's no issue as this phone now supports rapid charging if you are willing to spend the extra $79 on a new adaptor and usb-c to lightning cable. It goes without saying that I was skeptical about the practicality and the accuracy of Face ID. It works exceptionally well. In fact, I find it to be more reliable and in many cases faster than Touch ID, which this replaces. However, being a twin, I wasn't surprised when my phone would unlock after scanning my twin's face. That was not a deal breaker for me and should not be as controversial as it is; if you are worried about your twin compromising your security than you should definitely look at what is wrong with your family relationships before criticizing your phone. I love Apple's cases and would highly recommend picking up a Leather Case to protect your investment. If you go all out, this will set you back a very pretty penny, but you shouldn't be surprised. Rivaling devices, like the Note 8, will be close to the same price point. You are really paying to be at the forefront of technology here, and I definitely don't regret taking the leap of faith into the iPhone X.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Very happy so far

    Posted
    ShufromChina
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    Have spent a few days with the device. It is definitely pricey, but from the user experience point of view, I am pretty happy with the device so far. Here are a few things: 1, The Face ID works well 99% of the time. Pretty responsive, too. For those with glasses I would suggest capture the FaceID with glasses off. 2, I like its front camera portrait mode. Could take much better selfies. The stage lighting portrait effect could use some improvement, though. The rear camera works better than the 8plus/7plus in low light situations, and generally provides greater contrast and details. 3, The size is just right. I feel the 8plus is too big, but this one is just about right. I do prefer the size if used without a case, but there's no way I am doing that. The phone has a sleek look and nice finish. Stainless steel frame gives it some extra shine. 4, It definitely needs a case to protect its fragile glass back. 5, the wireless charging is a plus. But it charges rather slowly, since I mostly use the iPad USB charger. 6, the OLED screen is gorgeous. Better images all together. Apple says it helps save battery life. I will see about that. Verdict: if you are on the fence between 8Plus/8 and X and have the extra budget to spare, go with the X.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Perfect phone........Almost

    Posted
    TechFan
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I am not going to get into all of the specs, features, etc like other reviewers. I'm sure if you're looking at the iPhone X, you have at least a general idea of those things. Instead I will just discuss the main issues I have with the iPhone X. I have had mine for about a week and upgraded from an iPhone 7 Plus. When I picked up the X in the store, I was excited and couldn't wait to get my new toy home to play with it. Immediately after unboxing it and putting it next to my 7+, I was disappointed to find out that while the working space on the screen is larger, the phone is actually smaller. Smaller, like the size of the iPhone 7. I must have missed that when Apple unveiled it and the numerous blogs that I've read. I have had the larger iPhone since the 6+ and have gotten accustomed to it and really have no interest in going back to something smaller. This would be the perfect phone if it were the same size as my 7+. I love the Face ID and have had no problems with it unlocking my phone. The cameras are great. There is a bit of a learning curve with the gestures, but all in all it works great once you get used to it. Animoji's are fun, but not a must for me. Setup is easy when upgrading from another iPhone. You literally use the camera to transfer passwords and data and then you download your apps either from iCloud or iTunes. Overall, this is a great phone, but if size matters (phone size that is), you might want to consider the 8+ unless you have a 7+ in which case, I wouldn't upgrade.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    The Best iPhone ever made

    Posted
    iPhoneXUSER

    The iPhone X released by Apple on November 3rd, 2017 is worth every dollar you spend on paying for it. The X in the “iPhone X” symbolizes it being the 10th anniversary of the iPhone being produced by Apple. This phone is for users that enjoy new technology and innovation in a phone. The features in the iPhone X are like no other and makes you think about how Apple will top this phone. The durability of the iPhone X is fairly good. The X now has glass on both the front and the back of the phone which makes it easier for you to scratch up. I would suggest any buyer to purchase a screen protector and a case to help protect from dropping the iPhone X. You don’t have to worry about your iPhone X dying during the day because the battery life on this phone lasts throughout the whole day which previous iPhone users have had a problem with. Apple also made the iPhone X dust and water resistant as well. I tested this by sitting my phone in a bowl of water and it passed the test, my phone still works perfectly fine. You should also know that the speed and accessibility of the iPhone X is incredible as well. Key Features of the iPhone X Apple went a different route by taking away the home button and adding the slide up feature which now gives you the whole 5.65 by 2.79 inches of screen to utilize on your phone. This new feature may take a couple of days for previous iPhone users to get used to, but it is a good call by Apple. The iPhone X is also able to charge wirelessly with the wireless charger instead of plugging it in. The iPhone X’s new face recognition is another feature that is new to iPhone. It allows you to unlock your phone by just looking at it, which makes it easier than putting a passcode in. You can also use face recognition for animoji. Animoji combines emojis and face recognition to make short videos you can send to friends. Apple features a 12 MP (megapixel) camera on the rear of the phone which takes amazing photos with different modes such as; portrait, square, and panoramic. The iPhone X’s beautiful glass design and key features make this phone standout from competition. This phone is easy to work, and it is worth every penny.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Big but light

    Posted
    Icechips
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    This is my third iPhone. First before I review this ... my 6 had a battery that wouldn't hold a charge. The Geek Squad guy noticed there was a tiny chip in the screen. He told me he couldn't put a battery in and it would have to go to Apple to get fixed, where they'd pull the screen up and more than likely break the screen ... Apple would want to fix both the screen and the battery, so it would've cost me about $150, he told me to put that to a new phone instead. I really wanted the X, so I got it. Note that you can do a downpayment and cut your monthly bill. I put $200 down and I got the 24 months (with a new phone each year) for $31 and change. The phone is lighter than my 6, some because I had a charger case. I love the size of the screen and the colors are beautiful. There is a lot of relearning to do because you don't have the home button anymore. I figured out the screen shot, WIthout the home button, to hard close, you swipe up. To get the things you used to swipe up, you swipe the top right corner down. This is probably the most important one to learn because the batter doesn't show the percent anymore... you have to do the swipe down the right top corner to see it. I do like that the time is constantly in view, even though I lost the battery percent. The battery seems to be much better than my 6's when it was new. I got 2 hours playing Pokemon app and that guzzle battery life and another 6 hours just sitting on the table. I got 5 hours sitting in a coat pocket left on Pokemon. Haven't tried just running regular apps to see how many hours I'd get, but I suspect a full day. I can't tell you how fast it'll charge back up with the given charger, because I'll only use Anker cables and quick charger. WIth these I can charge it up from 0% to 100% in a little over an hour. I haven't tried the wireless charger yet, don't have it, but like the idea.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A step forward in the Apple revolution

    Posted
    Dylan

    Apple has done really well coming out with two new phones at the same time. Starting off with the most eye-catching feature which is the 5.8-inch all screen iPhone without a home button. The screen is a super retina hd display. Brightness is certainly no issue. The screen has a fingerprint resistant coating which will protect the screen for a while if no screen protector is put on top. For the outside of the X it has a very sleek and quiet design. When you look at it you do not see any buttons sticking out and everything looks like it fits and nothing looks like it is not supposed to be there. Apple also helping with the occurring problem phones plus water. Making the X water, splash, and dust resistant. The X itself ways 6.14 ounces (174 grams) which is considerably light compared to how much power it contains. It contains a A11 bionic chip and runs on ios 11 for its operating system. That gives it the power it needs for you to be able to do just about anything you want on it. One of the major points is the camera. 12MP wide-angle and telephoto cameras with functions like face detection, portrait mode, portrait lighting, and for those that like to video. You are able to film in 4k resolution at 60fps all the way down to 24fps. As for the front camera, which also helps with one of the most notable features about the X and that is the faceID which allows you to unlock your iPhone X instead of using your fingerprint. The IPhoneX is a next step in our smart phone journey in this generation and will lead to many more great innovations.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Not that great

    Posted
    Dani
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I couldn't decide between the 8+ or the X but chose the X since it was closer in size to the iPhone 6s I was upgrading from and I'm honestly not that impressed. Yes, the camera is great on it, but honestly that's about the only good feature this has to offer. I really don't like having Face ID and I wish I could go back to using the thumbprint. Face ID barely works half the time, I've added my face to it under multiple lightings so it would.The first week I had it it froze for a solid 15min. It has cool features and all but it's really not all it's hyped up to be. I thought I was the only one who thought this because I've been on the fence about returning it or not, but what other options are there really? Several people I know who have also recently upgraded aren't that impressed with it either. Be prepared to google how to do most things on it when you first get it because apple made it way more confusing than it needs to be. My main complaint about the phone really is the face ID, other than that, it's a phone, it works, it's just not that great. If you want a phone similar in size to a 6 though, this is the way to go instead of the 8+ unfortunately.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

What experts are saying

Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars with 42 reviews

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