Apple has announced the iPhone X and iPhone X Plus models, both with a 4.7-inch Super Retina display, and Apple is now offering a range of new apps for the new devices.
The new iPhone X models will be available from Friday in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, and the US, and will be priced at AU$1,299 and AU$2,399, respectively.
The new iPhones will have a screen resolution of 2560 x 1440, with a resolution of 1920 x 1080, and a pixel density of 400 ppi.
Apple is offering two new apps to help users navigate through the new Apple devices: a calendar app that can manage events from any calendar, and an email app that lets users receive a variety of email attachments.
The iPhone X, with its 4.9-inch Retina screen, and iPhone 8 Plus, with an 5.7 inch screen, are the only new iPhones with screen sizes that are larger than 5.5 inches.
Both devices are available in black and white and in an array of colour options.
The Apple Watch series 4 is a larger model with a 6.7mm thick screen and a display resolution of 3840 x 2160.
It is priced at $199 and will come in either gold or silver.
Apple’s Watch series 2, with the same screen resolution, is available in gold, silver, rose gold, rose quartz, and rose quartz rose.
The Watch Series 2 is a more affordable version of the Series 2, offering a screen size of 3880 x 1440.
Apple has also announced that the Apple Watch will be coming to the US in July 2018.
Apple also announced an app store in partnership with Android and Windows 10 called iBooks.
The app store is available for free, and users can use the app to browse through a variety from the Apple Store, iBooks, and iBooks Author, which is an online book store.
The app store also has a subscription service that gives users access to a wide range of apps, including audiobooks, podcasts, games, and music.