Apple’s iPhone X – A Review of the Future
If you’re used to Apple’s iPhone traditional design philosophy, the iPhone X will come as quite a shock. There’s no home button, and the screen wraps around the back of the phone. It’s big too – 5.8 inches diagonally, which puts it in the same league as Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Google’s Pixel 2 XL. Despite its size, Apple’s new flagship still fits comfortably in one hand. And although some might bemoan the large bezels at the top and bottom of the phone, we’re willing to put up with them because of this way we get stereo speakers!
What We Liked
The iPhone X is the first truly new iPhone since Apple’s iPhone groundbreaking, and then underwhelming, iPhone 6. This time around, the new phone isn’t just a refresh – it’s a redesign in every sense of the word. It still has a home button and the same basic shape that we’ve seen since the original iPhone, but everything else about it feels new. The OLED screen is brighter and better than any other on an Apple iPhone device to date.
What We Didn’t Like
The iPhone X might be the future of smartphones, but it’s not a perfect device. Here are some of the things that bug me about the iPhone X:
The phone does not have a home button or fingerprint sensor which can take time to get used to. Face ID is pretty slow and sometimes I find myself waiting for it to unlock after only 10 seconds which is frustrating when you’re in a hurry.
A lot of apps and websites don’t look as nice with the new edge-to-edge screen which is an adjustment that may not always be welcomed. Finally, battery life isn’t very good on this phone especially if you’re constantly using apps like Snapchat or Facebook because of their impact on processing power.
These cons are pretty annoying and sometimes get in my way, but I can look past them when I remember that Apple’s iPhone is one step ahead in so many other ways. Even with a high price tag, a lot of new hardware features come standard on all phones for $999 which makes owning an iPhone feel like you’re always playing catch up to Apple’s iPhone.
What I love most about Apple’s iPhone products though is their ease of use and reliability which keep me coming back to their products despite some occasional misgivings. As someone who likes to stay on top of trends, I think it’s important to take risks like these even if they’re not entirely successful so we can move forward and try something else new next time.
Would We Buy One?
It’s hard to know what the future will hold, but we can say with certainty that Apple’s iPhone X – as revolutionary and groundbreaking as it is – has become part of our present and will be a key ingredient of the future. A bold statement? Not at all, after not only is it aesthetically pleasing, but powerful too.
With features like Face ID and other cutting-edge technologies, the iPhone X may well be the most future-proof smartphone you can buy today. It is already packed with innovations that many other companies are just now beginning to catch up with and emulate. As always, Apple’s iPhone reigns supreme.
The Bottom Line on the iPhone X
The iPhone X is, without a doubt, the best iPhone ever. It’s future-proof and will be relevant for many years to come. As a product of true innovation, the iPhone X captures Apple’s iPhone’s attention to detail and commitment to groundbreaking technology. If you have the money or need it for work and can afford the monthly payments for data (and don’t need an extra Apple iPhone device),
then you should buy this phone in a heartbeat. There are very few cons worth mentioning: battery life isn’t great, not enough privacy control from some apps, no headphone jack – but that might not matter if wireless headphones are your thing. No cons worth noting overall though! iPhone X Review: Face the Future
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