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Buzz builds as iPhone X available for preorder
The iPhone X is the most expensive phone on the market, described by Apple CEO Tim Cook as the "biggest leap forward since the original iPhone."
'GMA' Hot List: Apple CEO Tim Cook says using augmented reality is a 'fantastic way to shop'
Plus, Michael Strahan reports that if you see a baby in your dreams, it could mean that something new is happening in your life.
Apple CEO speaks out on Dreamers, augmented reality
Tim Cook speaks to "GMA" in his first interview since the launch of iPhone 8 and iPhone X about the phones' features, like augmented reality and facial recognition, and his feelings about the Dream Act.
2 police officers injured in protests at Georgia Tech
The protests broke out after a peaceful vigil for Scout Schultz, 21, a student who was fatally shot by police after he called 911 to report an armed and possibly intoxicated suspicious person, authorities said.
Hurricane Maria slams the Caribbean
Maria, which hit Dominica as a Category 5 storm and tore roofs off homes there, is now barreling toward Puerto Rico, where officials are warning of "catastrophic damage."
Friday Rewind: Irma hits Florida
Taking a look back at this week's top stories, including Irma hitting the U.S., the latest on the Hillary Clinton book tour, and Apple's new iPhone announcement.
Apple unveils iPhone X
The phone, with a starting price of $999, has features such as augmented reality, wireless charging, emojis that animate and facial recognition technology to unlock the device.
Apple unveils the new iPhone X
The new phone boasts updated cameras with the ability to superimpose images, wireless charging and a larger, seamless screen with no home button.
Apple unveils iPhone X
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and Rebecca Jarvis break down the latest news and products announced at Apple Park HQ, including the iPhone X, the most expensive iPhone ever.
White House to end DACA in 6 months
In the meantime, we are following other major news tine. President trump ending the DACA program saying congress must now decide the fate of the so-called d.r.e.a.m.ers. 800,000 young, undocumented immigrants brought here by their parents. Tonight, the president saying he has a great love for the