Apple's Face ID may not be iPhone X exclusive for long

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The iPhone X isn't available for pre-order until closer to the end of this month. This newest video, courtesy of Reddit user, anonymousdave52, shows an iPhone X up close and personal. The phone also appears to be on AT&T's network.

Face ID is now exclusive to the iPhone X, but a new report from noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that this may not be the case next year.

These latest improvements are particularly housed in the iPhone 8 and the larger counterpart, but neither of these new handsets include the OLED Display technology.

Apple added that the iPhone X has a display with stupefy vivid colors, blacks are blacks, a million-to-one contrast ratio and wide color gamut support with the best system-wide color management in a handheld device to date. The new devices launched back in June, so we will probably have to wait until June of next year to see the new models with Face ID.

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The world will get its first taste of Apple's Face ID tech when the iPhone X is released on November 3. The device is expected to gain from the features of the preceding iPhone.

iPhone fans can easily tell when someone is using an iPhone X. So can iPhone haters. But the top notch is what you're most likely to notice if a person next to you is using an iPhone X. As ugly as it is, the notch "just works" when it comes to marketing the iPhone X.

The Animoji seamlessly and fluidly working with the A11 Bionic, the TrueDepth Camera System to capture and analyze over 50 different facial muscle movements, then animates the user expressions in a dozen different emojis.

This isn't the first time we've seen pictures of the iPhone X being used in public now that the phone isn't a secret anymore. One of these, of a "super-cycle" is on the mind of a lot of analysts.