After "Marimba" appeared from the first iPhone generation to "Opening" released with iOS 7, "Reflection" was the name for the default ringtone since the iPhone X generation.
Not only is the iPhone the first iPhone to remove the physical Home button and cost more than $1,000 , the iPhone X also has an exclusive ringtone called "Reflection", which replaces the default "Opening" installed on all devices. iPhone models since the time of iOS 7.
Although replaced, but users can still set "Opening" (or any other music) by customizing in Settings > Sound > Ringtone pane. In addition, the ringtone "Marimba" introduced with the first iPhone 2007 is also kept.
This is the first time Apple has released ringtones as an exclusive feature on the new generation of iPhones. Note, if you set up your iPhone X with information stored on iCloud, the old track will still be used instead of "Reflection". Of course, users can completely change it back as they like.
iPhone X is equipped with a 2,716 mAh battery that supports Qi wireless charging, A11 Bionic chipset, 3 GB RAM, dual 12-megapixel camera, f/1.8 and f/2.4 aperture, Super Retina display. The product will officially go on sale on November 3.