iPhone X Review | Apple’s finest smartphone ever

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Smartphones are changing, and every manufacturer possesses its own take on what the future should look like. Apple’s vision is the iPhone X, which arrives 10 years after the original with big changes and an even bigger price tag.

For iPhone X, Apple did away with aluminum unibodies, chunky bezels, Touch ID and the beloved Home button. In their place, iPhone X sports polished stainless steel and smooth glass, an edge-to-edge Super Retina HD…

29 thoughts on “iPhone X Review | Apple’s finest smartphone ever”

  1. I had the IPhone 8 before I switched to the x and I hated the 8, the home button was hard to push, it wasn’t very nice or new and that’s why I switched. I’m glad I did, it is a beautiful phone and I have yet to experience a problem. Very happy with it.

  2. You can still swipe up to close apps, and app switcher can be triggered very fast with a quick swipe up to the right or up and then right. Face ID is quicker if you swipe up first while bringing phone up to look at it.

  3. Ste… this is just too much swiping for me with this product!  Think I would miss the home button if I bought one. Also not impressed by face ID…its just gimmick to make it seem futuristic.

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