The first iPhone and iPod touch, known as the iPhone X and iPhone XS, have been revealed at the Worldwide Developers Conference.
The devices were unveiled with the unveiling of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
They were also revealed with the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
The phones will be released in November and will be priced at $999 and $1,199.
The $10,000 iPhone 8 and $12,000 Galaxy Note 8 will be announced at a later date.
There were also a number of other announcements at WWDC that include a new version of Android called Mango, the release of the Apple Watch Series 2, and a new “iPhone-shaped” tablet that’s designed to fit the iPhone’s body and be a “full-sized iPad”.
This is not the first time Apple has unveiled its devices at WWD.
Last year, the company announced its first iPhone Xs and iPhone 8s, which will be available at select retailers in October.
The first iPhone was unveiled in June of 2016.
The iPhone X was released in December of that year.
The iPhone X is Apple’s latest and greatest iPhone with a redesigned design that has been designed to be a smaller, more flexible device with a thinner and lighter body.
It’s the first phone that Apple has released with a 4.7-inch display and an 8-megapixel camera.
The company’s first “flagship” phone was the iPhone 5s, released in 2013.
The last iPhone with 4.3-inch and 8-MP displays was the 4S, released two years ago.
The 4s is the first iPhone with an 8MP camera, but it’s not the last, as Apple has been using a 12MP camera on the iPhone 8, which is expected to be released later this year.
There’s also a new 12MP iPhone 8 Plus, which Apple says will be a bigger, “more advanced” iPhone than the current iPhone 8.
There’s no release date for the iPhone 10, although it is rumored to be out by the end of the year.