The front-facing camera area now has a number of features that work to map your face for security login. As such, there is no more Home button or fingerprint scan. Command Center is now accessed from the top right corner by swiping down.
The Home button has officially been replaced with a swipe-up gesture that is unlocked by Face ID. For all the Home button functionality we have come to know, iPhone X owners will have to learn some new tricks. Swiping halfway up the screen and holding activates what used to be the screen to choose between open apps. And swiping left or right across the bottom switches between apps.
Super Retina Display
The iPhone X is Apple’s first iPhone with an OLED display. The Super Retina Display measures 5.8 inches diagonally, and it features a pixel density of 458 ppi with a 1,000,000:1 color ratio.
New Portrait Mode
While the standard models received the lighting upgrade for portrait mode, the iPhone X becomes an epic selfie machine using their True Depth features on the front facing camera. With the combination of the True Depth and the lighting studio options built into the iOS 11 software, the iPhone X is sure to become a breakthrough milestone for the selfie, and photography.