Apple unveiled the new iPhone 8 on Tuesday (September 12th), as well as the $999 super-premium iPhone X. It also introduced updated versions of the Apple Watch, which has built-in cellular service, and Apple TV.

iPhone 8 -- The iPhone 8 has improvements to its camera, display and speaker, and will allow wireless charging. It will take pictures with better colors and less distortion, particularly in low-light, the display will adapt to the ambient lighting, and speakers will be louder and offer deeper bass. The iPhone 8 will be 4.7 inches and have a starting price of $699, while the iPhone 8 Plus will be 5.5-inches and start at $799, up from $769. They will be out on September 22nd.

iPhone X -- The iPhone X -- with the "X" pronounced as the number 10 -- comes with a hefty $999 price tag. Its features include an edge-to-edge, 5.8-inch screen that has higher resolution and richer colors. The home button is gone, with users swiping up to get to the home page. Users will be able to unlock their phone with facial recognition, with the technology also able to be used for animated emoji that mirror the user's facial movements. The iPhone X, which marks the iPhone's 10th anniversary, will be out on November 3rd.