Today, Apple has revealed two new iPhones to release this year at different times. The iPhone 8 and the iPhone X (read as the number ten) will be available September 22 and November 3, respectively.

The iPhone 8, which comes in both regular and Plus variations, looks to be a fairly incremental successor to last year's iPhone 7. It outperforms the former phone in every way and has returned to the heady days of glass backs, but otherwise looks and acts very similarly to the previous iPhone model.

The iPhone X has all of the iPhone 8's features, as well as a better camera, a 5.8-inch edge-to-edge screen, and new methods of interaction to work around the missing Home button.

Both phones include new-to-iPhone features like wireless charging, augmented reality, and real-time lighting calculations while taking photos.

Apple is also axing the 32GB and 128GB versions for each phone and is offering them only at 64GB and 256GB. The iPhone 8 starts at $699 ($799 for the Plus) and the iPhone X at $999.