Unboxing The iPhone X: Everything Inside And What You'll Need To Get

We got our hands on the iPhone X and had the chance to unbox Apple’s newest device. Here’s what you get inside the box, and what you might want to purchase in order to take full advantage of all of the phone’s features.

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Following is the transcript of the video:

Steve Kovach: The iPhone X is finally here and we’re going to show you what’s inside. But even if you spent $1,000 on this thing, you’re still going to need some extra accessories. Alright, so this is the space gray model, 256GB. There’s also a 64GB option.

Got the documentation, two free Apple stickers, and since there’s no Home button, there’s a little tutorial it looks like about how to use the home-button-free iPhone X — some of the new swiping gestures, Face ID, more documentation.

But, here it is. The iPhone X.

Wall charger, wired EarPods, and of course, the dongle. Just like the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 8, there’s no headphone jack so if you want to use your traditional headphones, you need the dongle. Otherwise you can use the lightning headphones. And then the lightning cable for syncing to your computer or charging.

The iPhone X is made of all metal and glass, so if you drop this thing, it is gonna break. So the best thing to do is buy a case. Apple makes some really nice cases. This is a silicone case, but there’s also a leather case from Apple and of course tons of third parties will have cases.

But if you want to take advantage of other iPhone X features like wireless charging, you’re going to have to buy a wireless charging accessory. And those range from $15 to $60 depending on the model you choose. This one we have here from RAVPower goes for about $50.

On top of that, if you want to take advantage of wired fast charging, you’ll need a USB-C to lightning cable. Apple sells that for $25 but you can find cheaper versions on Amazon and elsewhere. You need a special power brick that’s 29 Watts that you can plug USB-C into. That goes for $49 from Apple.

If you want to use wireless charging while you have a case on your iPhone X, you should either use a case made by Apple or a thin one made out of plastic or rubber. Thick cases like those big Otter Boxes or metal cases or any of those other weird ones you might find online might not work with wireless charging. But most cases should be fine.

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  1. Easy to use. Nice size screen and fits easily in your pocket.>>>ur2.pl/1250 I absolutely love the updated technology on this phone. The iPhone is my favorite phone by far. Thank you.

  2. i feel bad for researching and wanting iphones on my samsung

  3. 2018 no headphone jack
    2019 no speaker
    2020 no cam
    2021 no light
    2022 no screen
    2023 no phone
    2024 nothing

    It is so stupid

  4. So a 1000 dollar phone and they give you wired headphones wow no air pods smh that’s pretty bad

  5. Hey every otterbox case works with wireless charging except maybe the defender series. But otter box cases are amazing. How dare you say that their cases are weird. They are unique.

  6. i got it too but it wont let me connect my skullcandy wireless headphones ugh

  7. All these poor people in the comments complaining only because of the price without looking at how good the phone is. I have the iPhone X and it’s great. Stop hating poor kids.

  8. I love this review/unboxing … no over reacting, no cheesy effects.

  9. does it have a place for the earbud's because im buying one and i want to know

  10. Why is literally nobody talking about his mistake saying that that iPhone he inboxed was in fact silver not space grey? Very clnfused

    I did wash and dry them four times though and they still work fine no rust no indents no nothing just pure dongle-ness

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