AN MP has called for bullet proof resistant screens to be introduced for future iPhone models.

Apple revealed the new iPhone X - which is referred to as “10” - which uses a facial recognition system to recognise its owner rather than a fingerprint-based one.

The battery can be wirelessly charged and the life of the phone will last two hours longer than the iPhone 7.

It has become the most expensive iPhone to date at $999.

Ribble Valley MP Nigel Evans said: “The face recognition is a good security measure but one thing I would like to make sure is that the screens are made bullet proof resistant.

“The iPhone screens are so easily cracked and you find yourselves going back to the store regularly to get them repaired.

“My other big bug bearer is the pricing. Why should people in Britain be paying above the right amount. It seems to be a rip off.

“Paying $999 not the same as £999. They are squeezing the British consumer.”