Anonymous, 26 Sep 2017Yeah.
Just look at the size of the bezels around the screen of the iPhone X. You can land ... moreiPhone X is more pleasing aesthetically though...
Why? because the bezel on ALL SIDES are symettrical (top, bottom, left, right) they're all 4mm
I love this better than android phone like Note8 which have 0 bezel on the sides yet still have some (bezels) on top and bottom which makes it ugly narrow phone shaped like TV Remote.
Also Mimix2 is ugly since it's bottom bezel unequal with other sides, asymettrical and looks weird.
L0lip0p, 26 Sep 2017It is good and well when it work, but it's disaster when not, not only it didn't reject the pa... moreThat's why it is being improved over it.
A little bit of bezels is useful, like when having to repair the display and such. But given how much wasted bezel space the iPhone X (same with the Apple Watch), it's no wonder it still has poor screen to body ratio among 2017 phones with the bezelless trend.
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2017There's something called edge rejection you know. Samsung uses it and most likely other brands... moreIt is good and well when it work, but it's disaster when not, not only it didn't reject the palm properly, but it also sometimes cancel out touch at near edge, which is apparent when typing
Anonymous, 25 Sep 2017When you first turn on a iPhone requires password to even activate the fingerprint and same th... moreIt will say passcode required AFTER RESTART... Try it on your ip7.. It didn't say so on stage.. In fact it comes out after failing to authenticate twice.. And developers dug into the source code and indeed FailID only allows 2 attempts after that the passcode screen will come out
I guess the demand will be much more than that, I live in Dubai and I can already see people anxiously waiting for the release of iPhone X. It is always the case when every time apple change design no matter whatever it is.
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2017The backup has no security set up.. He just unlocked the phone normally without using FailID o... morehating apple wont help you, if you don't want there phone, simple don't buy it
get a life dude, life's beautiful
FaceID being more secure than TouchID is a big fat lie. That's just their excuse for their failure to implement TouchID under the screen, and failing to find a spot to place the TouchID sensor on the back or on the power button.
Just talk to any security expert and they'll tell you than Facial recognition, 3D or not is nowhere near as secure as fingerprint. The fact that twins can fool Facial recognition is more than enough proof of that, while twins can't fool fingerprint recognition because even identical twins have different fingerprints.
Iris scanning is the most secure among fingerprint, facial and iris recognition, but it is the most inconvenient. Fingerprint is the most convenient. Overall, fingerprint is the best option for phones because it is secure enough while being convenient.
TanTra, 26 Sep 2017Just wait for the review. it doesn't meant that during the demo it fails then all will failed.... moreThe backup has no security set up.. He just unlocked the phone normally without using FailID or anything.. LOL
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2017There's something called edge rejection you know. Samsung uses it and most likely other brands... moreSamsung also has edge color correction.. So that the picture can appear perfect even at the edges..
L0lip0p, 26 Sep 2017Yeah, yeah, and if it all screen... Where would you hold the phone, using it while making it f... moreThere's something called edge rejection you know. Samsung uses it and most likely other brands with phones that have minimal bezels use it.
Accidental touches is no excuse for poor use of space like what Apple is doing.
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2017Yeah.
Just look at the size of the bezels around the screen of the iPhone X. You can land ... moreYeah, yeah, and if it all screen... Where would you hold the phone, using it while making it float?
It's a touch screen device, avoiding accidental touch is hard without some bezel aroud the phone(example xperia xa, no side bezel or s8 with curved side) don't sacrifice practicality for look
Anonymous, 25 Sep 2017Why try to defend it? He tried to use it and it failed. If it tries to authenticate everyone a... moreJust wait for the review. it doesn't meant that during the demo it fails then all will failed. Did you see the back up? It works fine. So wait for the massive review soon.
swmca, 26 Sep 2017lol.. bezel-less?!.. have you seen that ugly cutout at the top?.. it's definitely NOT bezel-le... moreYeah.
Just look at the size of the bezels around the screen of the iPhone X. You can land a plane on those.
Even the S8 and V30 has a bigger screen to body ratio than the iPhone X. And they're not even true bezelless since they have small bezels at the top and bottom. Apple is notorious for poor screen to body ratio and the iPhone X is no differeny.
kevin97, 26 Sep 2017I am glad the iPhone X will be a success. This will force Samsung and LG to get out of their l... morelol.. bezel-less?!.. have you seen that ugly cutout at the top?.. it's definitely NOT bezel-less at all.. the galaxy S8+ is a far far better looking phone with also minimal bezels.. which look way better since it's the same amount top and bottom.. not none on the bottom and an ugly cutout at the top with weird corner part.. trying to claim it's top to bottom. the 18x9 screen is going to become normal.. just like the amoled screen that Apple is finally taking from Samsung.. they play catch-up every time. and sorry.. but iris scanning is way better than face scanning!
Anonymous, 25 Sep 2017It didn't fail, it worked properly. It tried to authenticate faces of the people preparing the... moreYeah it failed. Period.
Fail ID er I mean FaceID is just a half-baked software excuse for failing to find a proper place to put a fingerprint sensor either under the screen, on the power button or the back of the phone.
It's not even as secure as Apple claims. The fact that twins can fool it is proof of that, while even identical twins can't fool a fingerprint sensor because even they have different fingerprints. Talk to any security expert and they'll tell you facial recognition is the least secure among fingerprint, iris and facial recognition. Iris recognition is the most secure, with fingerprint second and facial recognition least secure. Fingerprint is most convenient while Iris recognition is least convenient. In terms of cost, facial recognition is cheapest while Iris is most expensive.