Moment has released two new cases for Apple's iPhone X, bringing a shutter button and new lenses to the flagship smartphone. Both the Photo Case and the Battery Photo Case come equipped with mounts allowing you to attach the brand's lenses.

The Battery Case then welcomes a shutter button that connects to iPhone X courtesy of the Moment app or the default camera app. This case also charges your phone up to 90 percent.

Again, as each case is compatible with Moment's newly-released lenses, the tele option takes photos two times closer, while the macro is ideal for close-ups and attention to detail. The superfish gives the widest shot possible.

Marc Barros, CEO of Moment, insists, “Moment for iPhone X will be the most advanced gear we’ve ever made for mobile photography."

Moment's Battery Case is still in development, but is scheduled to ship in Spring 2018. The Photo Case ($29.99 USD), available in black or a wooden finish, ships December 5. The lens attachments retail between $90 USD and $100 USD each.

In related news, a leak suggests Apple will release three new iPhone models in 2018.

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