The iPhone X has taken over the Apple website ahead of its launch

We are only a couple days away until pre-orders begin for the iPhone X and clearly, the company wants to make a statement when folks navigate to its website. In fact, the entire front page has been switched up to only show off iPhone X. This is a calculated move that is no doubt intended to get those who happen to navigate to the site a bit more curious.

Although pre-orders for the phone won't start until 12:01am PT on October 27, if you're curious and want to learn more about the smartphone, you can click on the information tiles available on the front page. You can choose to learn about the Design and Display, Face ID, the TrueDepth Camera, the A11 Bionic processor, and more.

If you are interested in trying to secure your own personal iPhone X, you can try your luck on October 27 from the Apple Store online or through various wireless carriers. Those that are currently enrolled in the company's iPhone Upgrade Program will most likely want to go through the pre-approval process that will allow you to get expedited service when the device becomes available. If neither of these options is your thing and you prefer to go with a more hands-on approach, you'll want to head to the Apple retail locations on November 3, where there will be a limited supply on hand.

Source: Apple

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