Early leaks of new designs had stirred anticipation for Apple's new smartphone — and on Tuesday Apple delivered on all the predictions with a $699 iPhone 8 and a $999 special-edition iPhone X (as in "10"). The 10th-anniversary iPhone is the biggest redesign in years, with an all-screen front that eliminates the home button and can use facial recognition to unlock the display. But it was the new Apple Watch that got Wall Street — and many tech observers — excited on launch day. Apple has yet to release any actual sales numbers for the watch. But CEO Tim Cook says that the Apple Watch has now become "the No. 1" watch in the world — beating even traditional watchmakers like Rolex. And the new series of the Apple Watch is getting a major upgrade: It...
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