(Jhaan Elker, Geoffrey A. Fowler/The Washington Post)
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Does the iPhone X deserve to be in your home without the home button?
The iPhone X gained facial recognition as an unlocking feature, but lost several features of older models along the way. See what The Washington Post's Geoffrey Fowler thinks of Apple's newest phone.
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