Anonymous, 18 Sep 2016Im afraid the iris scanner works with glasses on thoughRegular glasses? That probably depends on how strong they are, the angle you're looking at the phone and the location / glare... all in all - you're better off removing any types of glasses lol
Anonymous, 19 Sep 2016so many problem with Iphone7
it's.... beautiful...That's all a matter of perspective... I'm loving the phone and don't face any issues. The 3.5mm jack is an inconvenience but not a deal breaker.
Each to their own.
The phone probably wont even work in temperatures in which gloves are relevant. So not a big deal.
AnonD-442781, 18 Sep 2016So you buy special gloves specifically to use them with your smartphone, and now it turns out ... morewell it would be crazy to remove gloves and juggling the phone in the hands at same time so naturally phone will stay in pocket until gloves have been removed.
so its not a major issue about gloves.
but I don't think most people wud spend too much time outdoors in the cold. some will, if they have to work outdoors but these people wud hav coped with gloves and phones by now so no major worry
harlekkin, 18 Sep 2016All of my family and many of my friends live in continental climates - none of them own "smart... moreLol. I agree I'm exaggerating it, but some people don't even want to concede that its an added inconvenience. A major one for people who buy smartphone gloves, because it basically makes them redundant.
I'm sure Apple will have the sense to sort it out soon.
Anonymous, 18 Sep 2016a little fact for you regarding the iphone and this stupid article. by wearing gloves, u ca... moreNope, that doesn't work and doesn't make logical sense on iPhone 7 (but does for iPhone 6S). (I just bought an iPhone 7 and tried it a minute ago, just in case...)
AnonD-442781, 18 Sep 2016So you buy special gloves specifically to use them with your smartphone, and now it turns out ... morea little fact for you regarding the iphone and this stupid article.
by wearing gloves, u can still press on the home button to bring up the pin code screen to enter mobile as home button is Not connected to fingerprint for pressing it to access the password screen.
normal gloves wont be ideal but touch screen gloves will work fine in cold weather by pressing home button and entering password. simple.
and yes iv tried this on my friends iphones when its connected to fingerprint but still allows you to press home button to access password screen.
very simple and a stupid article.
it does seem like gsmarena post articles for amusement in the comment sections.
AnonD-442781, 18 Sep 2016So you buy special gloves specifically to use them with your smartphone, and now it turns out ... moreAll of my family and many of my friends live in continental climates - none of them own "smartphone" gloves. All of them own smartphones. I think people will live...
Way to go drama queen.
AnonD-442781, 18 Sep 2016The point is that it doesn't work even with gloves made for touch screens. Which means you don... moreIt said some users were able to use the gloves and some where not... so obviously the quality of the gloves has something to do with it. But what are the actual use cases here?
Now, I live in a part of the world where this bloody obvious "limitation" doesn't affect me, but given that the approved operating range for many phones is somewhere around 0-35 degrees Celcius, gloves seem only necessary below the 0 C point. I do get the "your iPhone is too hot and needs to cool down" occassionaly though lol
It's a pretty obvious discovery if you ask me, but really not a huge deal.
Anonymous, 18 Sep 2016and u remove the gloves obviously for iphones. simple.
gloves can be removed in less than ... moreSo you buy special gloves specifically to use them with your smartphone, and now it turns out that the home button doesn't work with it. And now you have to keep taking your glove off and on in the middle of winter because Apple decided to remove the home button to cut costs. And then while you're impatiently taking your gloves off and on, your phone slips out of your hand and cracks on the floor.
AnonD-442781, 18 Sep 2016You just use the fingerprint sensor, obviously.and u remove the gloves obviously for iphones. simple.
gloves can be removed in less than 0.5 seconds
AnonD-442781, 17 Sep 2016Yep, the iris scanner means you can unlock with gloves on. Different to the iPhone which doesn... moresimilar argument could be said for iris scanner:
in hot weather how can iris scanner work when ur wearing sunglasses?
simple, u remove ur glasses.
same with this topic, u just remove ur gloves how hard is it???
people are just lazy and nitpicking anything
Yeah i know, that was an incredible feat. Apple underrated its own water-resistance rating lol, thats like IP-69 overthere, where TechRax even dipped one for 7 minutes in boiling hot water and it lived.
AnonD-415640, 18 Sep 2016'Innovative', 'can't afford',
Dude you sound like a 5 year old. LolDon't break the poor kids illusion.
The first (and only?) sales point he thinks of is that it is exorbitantly priced.
His parent should read him "The emperors new clothes" for bed story.