Weekly poll: are you buying an Apple iPhone X?
This also makes it the first to feature advanced facial recognition via its TrueDepth camera and the first to shave down the bezels to a point where even most Androids will get a little jealous.
Despite some solid upgrades like the first mobile 4K@60fps video capture, first 1080p@240fps too the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus felt a little underwhelming. Not much has changed, their design barely differ from 2014s iPhone 6.
With the iPhone X Apple makes bold departure from its classic styling, its almost as if the last shreds of DNA from the original iPhone have been replaced. If ever there was a time to upgrade to the best iPhone, this one is it a revolution instead of evolution.
But did Apple go too crazy? You could certainly argue that the price is crazy, the X is the most expensive mass-produced phone ever, outside of exotics like the Porsche Design Mates and, previously, BlackBerries. FaceID is yet to prove itself against the battle-tested TouchID, that notch on top is just annoying to app and web developers alike.
And supplies are quite limited the iPhone X features so many new components that there were multiple speed bumps in the supply chain. Some will argue this makes them all the more valuable, others will see it as a sign to jump ship.
So, where do you go from here?
I've voted for third option, but truthfully, iPhone X is unaffordable for me. I'll stick with Lumia because it doesn't have buttons and automatic OneDrive backup is accurate. I was trying to get back to Android, but unfourtunately, most applications ...
- 14 Nov 2017
Ah, I see, youre a man of culture as well.
- 05 Nov 2017
there is really someone who will hate this product , and that someone has a basic sense, apple fanboys really wont stop for spending hard earned money for this ,of course they are totally blinded by the logo of apple, so goodluck la..
- 01 Nov 2017