AnonD-473024, 27 Mar 2018Note 8 costs $950 while X costs $999. I don't know where'd you get that $400-$600 differenceHe clearly said in "my place", meaning his country that isn't the USA
I own both iPhone X and Samsung S9. It is true that iPhone X in a way is greater than Samsung phone... But it has quite a few bugs of its own. When I bought the Samsung S9, I found it quite easy and a little bit lesser bugs than iPhone X. I do acknowledge the fact that Apple has been creating good products with top-notch security, iPhone X is no exception and also has this security. The only problem is the Home Bar and Face ID. I tend to play a lot of games so I find the Home Bar to be quite annoying. Face ID works quite well for me, maybe an 8/10 rating. It is quite difficult to open up your phone in the dark, but with patience, FaceID will work in almost any situations. I have to agree the fact that iPhone X is the start of the new generation phones... So if you're all up for the hype and excitement, then I do recommend it. But if you yourself need a proper functional phone, I recommend just getting iPhone S7, and if you want a newer and better version, the Samsung S9. Both phones are excellent, but can only fit a specific group's taste and use for the phone.
Anonymous, 18 Apr 2018Wtf is super retina??? Lmao!!!Well before was retina display now they use amoled cuz they did save money on researching super retina instead they used super amoled.
Apple always copy whatthewer they can to save as much money on developement as posibble but still retain its price or its even bigger like they spend some millions on research.
CptPower, 04 Apr 2018Apple moving forward? You mean notch? Or switching super retina to Samsung super amoled??Wtf is super retina??? Lmao!!!
AnonD-473024, 27 Mar 2018I agree. First time Apple user here and iPhone X is the only iPhone that convinced me. I've be... morekeep filling in their coffers...Apple shareholders need people like you; brainwashed and thinking that Apple is the best thing since sliced bread. Pretty much every "high-end" phones does exactly the same things as your X + gives you vast amounts of flexibility (custom roms, personalise themes etc) - you're simply buying into a brand that have one and only one objective - milk you dry by limiting your options, locking you in or whatever it takes.
AnonD-473024, 27 Mar 2018The problem is Apple is moving forward. They are trying to get rid of old tech.Apple moving forward? You mean notch?
Or switching super retina to Samsung super amoled??
Anonymous, 19 Jan 2018Facial recognition can be fooled in about 1 per 1 million, while fingerprint scanner can be fo... moreI agree. And it's more convenient. I work in an environment where it requires to wear gloves all the time and Face ID saved my time unlocking my phone all the time
AnonD-669148, 19 Jan 2018iPhone X havet som many problems and frustrations, Face ID is a total disaster, that only "die... moreonly "die hard" Apple fans can love this overpriced phone!
My mom bought this phone. Is she a " die hard" fan? no. She used HTC M8, Note 4 and S7 edge before.
Anonymous, 19 Jan 2018Going from the galaxy s7 to the google pixel and now having the iPhone X , this is the first a... moreI agree. First time Apple user here and iPhone X is the only iPhone that convinced me. I've been using flagship android phones for 9 years and I can say that the iPhone X is a lot better than all of them.
Galaxy Note 9, 19 Jan 2018So far never tempted towards iPhone X after using Note 8 for sometime especially on the premis... moreNote 8 costs $950 while X costs $999. I don't know where'd you get that $400-$600 difference
CptPower, 19 Jan 2018Agree. Not even a twins have same fingerprint.The problem is Apple is moving forward. They are trying to get rid of old tech.
Chisslegrog, 19 Jan 2018My main problem is that objectively speaking, it's nothing special. Looking at other manufactu... moreI switched from Note 5 to iPhone X and I can say that this is the best phone that I've ever used!
Anonymous, 21 Jan 2018In other words it doesn't matter what issues it has. They like their iphones no matter what. ... more"Buggy iOS 11" but smoother and more stable than crappy android oreo that runs on 10% of all android phones. Lol
The Judge, 23 Jan 2018Im sorry but this phone is absolute garbage very overpriced it looks like a kids phone, Amol... moreYou can get similar specs for half the price but that cheap ass android phone has shitty camera, poor build quality and it runs android :V
AnonD-659582, 26 Jan 2018Until they sort out Siri I will never buy an iPhone. Google now/assistant kicks the living baj... moreOnly 2 out of 10 people uses AI. That's why Google only sold 4M pixel phones this year while Apple sold 100M.
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2018Why would you want to unlock your phone with a photo of yourself? I think you have too low sta... moreA "professional users with real jobs" that don't even know how to use a smartphone properly. If I'm gonna hire someone I'm sure that I'm not gonna hire someone who can't even do a very simple task like using a smartphone lol.
"We're glad Apple has adopted the Qi wireless charging standard instead of inventing one of their own." Don't give them ideas!
I read "we did have a couple of unfortunate and entirely random drop tets between us and the phones survived without any visible form of damage".
Im not so sure i trust people who drop their phones at random, you demand so much from FaceID but you dont even expect the users to be able to hang on to their phones? I am getting doubts that this is real life usage, seems like an extended review period where the main areas of focus is almost as narrow as in a regular review. Lets Face it, this review doesnt go very deep, its skindeep and short and not down to detail in any other area than FaceID.