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Apple just killed the iPhone 9. What now? - CNET


Hello, iPhone X. Goodbye, iPhone names as we know them.

When Apple announced the iPhone X (pronounced "ten," not "ex") with no home button, the electronics giant may also be subtly prepping us for a major sea change in how Apple phones are named.

Stick with me here.

Last year we got the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. This year we should have seen the iPhone 7S and 7 Plus, if Apple had followed the pattern we've seen since the iPhone 3GS in 2009. On even years, a heftier upgrade; in odd years, a slight upgrade followed by the suffix "S." If Apple had stuck to that plan, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus would have lit up the stage in 2018, not now in 2017.

The iPhone X shook it all up.

As Apple's special edition phone, it marks the 10th anniversary of the very first iPhone in 2007, and makes some bold design choices, like removing that home button and making your face the key to unlocking the phone. (The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus keep their home buttons, by the way.)

But what to name it?


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