Hands-on videos of the iPhone X begin to show up on YouTube

The videos give us a better look at FaceID, gesture navigation, and the overall design of the iPhone X.

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Apple recently held a special hands-on demo session for a select group of popular YouTube channels. Several new videos appeared on YouTube Monday morning, each one giving us a better glimpse of the iPhone X as a whole.

For example, this video shows off the setup process for FaceID, Apple's new biometric security feature. The user will need to scan his or her face, moving it in a circular motion, allowing the iPhone X to map their face.

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Another reoccurring feature shown Animojis use the TrueDepth camera to animate emoji characters are also found throughout the videos.

One common complaint in the videos is the adjustment not having a home button on the iPhone X is going to require. Instead of pressing or double-pressing the home button to navigate to the home screen or between apps, users swipe up from the bottom of the screen or from side-to-side.

Below is one of the many videos (which you can find here, here, and here). The iPhone X sure does look nice!

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