The iPhone X is set to launch for $999 on September 5th and will include a host of other apps including one that can be used to watch a TV, a movie and a variety of other content.
Apple has also released a new set of developer mode options for the iPhone X to make it easier for developers to get the latest software to work with their apps.
The company said it was launching a developer mode that includes an app developer badge on top of the screen that shows the name of the developer and the version number of the app.
Users can then tap on the developer badge to start downloading the developer app.
Apple also said it will be adding a new developer mode to its iWork and iLife apps in September.
The new developer modes will also include the ability to enable the app developer settings, a new option for adding and removing developers and a new feature for automatically downloading and installing software.
Apple also plans to launch developer mode on macOS High Sierra in 2018, and Apple TV Developer in 2020.