The iPhone X has landed, and even if you've spent the last 10 years with Apple's smartphones, this one is very different than what's come before it.
There are new features to learn about, as there are any time Apple introduces a new iPhone. In the case of the iPhone X, new capabilities include Face ID, which uses your face to unlock the smartphone, and Animoji, which add animated emojis to the built-in Messages app.
But even things you have grown accustomed with iPhones over the past decade have changed with the iPhone X. The phone has no home button, so everything from taking screenshots to closing apps is different than how it was before.
To help you find your way around the iPhone X, we've put together a series of tips and tutorials that explain the phone's new features and how to use them. Here's how to become an iPhone X expert in no time at all.
Here's the new method for closing apps without a home button.
You'll have to learn a new way to jump from app to app, too.
Here's how to get photos, music and apps off your old phone and onto your new one by restoring your backed up data.
Powering down your iPhone X is easy, but it’s different than what you're used to with other iPhones. Here’s how to do it.
No more Touch ID. You unlock the latest iPhone with your face. We'll show you how to set up Face ID on your iPhone X, along with tips on how to use it.
Here's how to create and send these animated emojis from the Messages app on your iPhone X.
The notch on the iPhone X changes what information gets displayed at the top of the iPhone's screen. Here's how to find out just how much battery life you have left.
The method for capturing a screenshot has changed with the iPhone X. Here's what you press now on Apple's new phone.
Making your iPhone X reboot is trickier than with previous iPhones, as it involves multiple steps. Here’s how to reboot. We'll also show you other ways that you can restart your iPhone X, using either a command in the Settings app or the push of a few buttons.
Two simple settings can stop your new iPhone screen from falling asleep at inopportune times.
The iPhone X may not have a headphone jack, but pairing your phone with wireless headphones — including Apple's AirPods — is easy if you follow these steps.
The iPhone X requires a new way to authenticate payments now that Touch ID is gone. Here’s what you need to know.
This is a new feature in iOS 11 that's now live. We'll walk you through how it works.
The iPhone X extends Portrait mode to the 7-megapixel TrueDepth camera. Here's how to use that feature on your selfies.
Both that front camera and the dual rear shooters on the iPhone X support Lighting Effects features. Here's how to access them.
We'll show you which setting to adjust in the Camera app.
Like the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, the iPhone X supports fast charging. We'll show you what accessories you need to enable this feature.
If you want your iPhone X to look as good as it does in Apple’s commercials, you need to change your wallpaper.
Use this hidden iOS feature to put a virtual home button on your iPhone X.
Take a closer look at how the screen size compares to other iPhones.
And once you've had a chance to play around with the iPhone X and its new features, you're going to want to check out some apps optimized for the bigger, better OLED screen. Check out some of our favorite iPhone X-optimized apps.