Apple is reinventing the iPhone. The iPhone X might not be the first all-screen phone on the market, but it is the one that will make the biggest impact - if anyone can get hold of one, that is.
We've got all of the information about how to buy the iPhone X and where to get the best deals in the UK right here. If you're from the US, visit our sister site Macworld.com's article all about the best places to buy the iPhone X here.
As expected, the iPhone X seems to be in short supply. It became available to pre-order on 27 October, before its release date on 3 November, but it quickly became extremely difficult to get hold of. Apple's store is currently suggesting a shipping delay of two to three weeks.
You can still order now from Apple, third-party retailers and network, but don't expect the iPhone X to land on your doorstep any time soon if you do. Here, we talk you through the options.
Note: Apple is running a Black Friday promotion today only, but the iPhone X isn't included! You can see all of Apple's deals by clicking here, but for actual iPhone X deals continue reading as you won't find any there.
Additionally, many of the deals we've listed here suggest they are Black Friday deals, but they're actually the same deals we've seen previously and are likely to be the same deals right up until the new year.
For more iPhone deals, including those for the rest of Apple's line-up, visit our iPhone deals round-up here.
iPhone X price
As expected, iPhone X is not cheap. If you buy the iPhone direct from Apple the price starts at £999 or $999, and that's for the 64GB model. For the 256GB model, you're looking at a whopping £1,149/$1,149. Wowzers.
But many people will buy it on contract instead, which means that payments are spread over one or two years so you don't have to break into your savings to get your hands on the iPhone X.
As we said above, buying the iPhone X from Apple will cost you £999 for the 64GB iPhone X or £1,149 for the 256GB version.
Apple also offers a monthly payment plan (but with no mobile contract, so you’ll still need a SIM) that costs from £47.95 per month for up to 24 months.
You can buy the iPhone X SIM-free or on contract from Carphone Warehouse for the same price as Apple here.
Other places to check for the iPhone X (all of which will come with the same price tag as Apple's, but may have better availability or warranties), are listed below:
iPhone X contracts
Normally, prices start at £68 per month with a £99.99 upfront cost. You can see all of Carphone Warehouse's options here.
Remember to check upgrade deals if your contract with Carphone Warehouse is about to come to an end as they may offer you a big discount.
EE is selling the iPhone X too. It is advertising a whopping 100GB data plan at an also whopping £82.99 per month (although the upfront cost is a nice £9.99 and you do get a free pair of BeatsX headphones worth £129.95). Other plans include £199.99 upfront with a £67.99 per month fee.
You can see every EE plan available here.
Mobile Phones Direct
Mobile Phones Direct has some good iPhone X contract options, including 26GB data, unlimited texts and minutes for £56 per month with £99.99 upfront. See deal and other prices from Mobile Phones Direct here.
If you prefer to go with O2, you can order now here. A 20GB tariff will cost £77 per month and £29.99 upfront which is pretty expensive unless you're already on the O2 Refresh programme, which will make it much cheaper.
Pricing with Three starts at £68 per month with a £79 upfront cost. For that you'll get 12GB for the price of 4GB. You can see all of Three's plans here.
Contract prices on Vodafone start at £68 per month and go up to a whopping £80. Order from Vodafone here.
Sky Mobile has released monthly pricing details for the iPhone X on its Swap12 and Swap24 plans. Among the best is the 1GB, unlimited calls and texts for £47 per month and no upfront cost.
The names of those two plans refer to the number of months between phone handset upgrades. The company notes that "If Swap12 or Swap 24 customers choose not to upgrade their phone after one and two years respectively, their monthly cost drops for the rest of their contract."
For a continuously updated list of the best iPhone X contracts you can buy, use our price comparison tool below: