This is a cool new feature! Keep it going you guys! I rule my phone purchases and decisions based on your reviews and so far I haven't had an issue. I follow you guys since 2003 maybe, it's been 15 years of great advice from you.
Agree with this. I've had the X since launch day and I love it, but it's true that it's not perfect. HOWEVER, all of the quirks are things that can be fixed with a software update. Nothing matches the hardware of the iPhone X right now. Not by a long shot.
Anonymous, 19 Jan 2018Going from the galaxy s7 to the google pixel and now having the iPhone X , this is the first a... moreWell, for the money you have to pay for x it better be good. Android flagships are excellent phones as well(depends if u ask apple fanbois), as good as apple phones are i cant justify the price for the features im getting. I love apple UI and hardware design, but apple is raping their customers from behind becoz in a lot of ways most android flagship phones are way much better feauture and stability wise than apple. This review just shows that despite paying super premium ( pls dont tell this phone is only fir rich) its no guarantee its zero flaw nor drawbacks.
My main problem is that objectively speaking, it's nothing special. Looking at other manufacturers we have had the wireless charging and bezel-less screen before and done better in some cases. The Iphone manages to be a good all rounder with a general high standard but ... will any android users really want to swap? Will Apple fans realise how little extra is actually included compared to the other iphones (which short of the old design there was little other improvement moving up to the iphone x)?
It's just not a game changer, it's not even gonna be special come the next release of the next set of iphones and when a few android manufacturers copy it. I don't think it's the amazing anniversary they wanted, it certainly garnered enough sales and did just enough to look worthwhile but between the notch, the face ID problems, the huge added expense, the failure to take advantage of the screen space and quite a few other problems it's just a poorly implemented phone that was really just playing catch up (short of face ID which I'd agree with the majority of the reviewers and prefer touch ID anyway) with features already seen elsewhere. It feels like it was more of a way to get their average sale price up and see how far they can push their customers than it was any revolution. Iphone fans who refused to move elsewhere are like hungry dogs being fed new treats, they was bound to salivate at whatever came out but for the rest of the world there was just nothing much to see and that is a bit sad for such an expensive and supposedly special release phone.
Anonymous, 19 Jan 2018Facial recognition can be fooled in about 1 per 1 million, while fingerprint scanner can be fo... moreIts slow m cumbersome and would be OK if we had an option to use fingerprint ! the whole point of fingerprint is that its much easier and faster than using a complex password or pin.
How is the 6th(?) all-screen phone, though no phone is all screen right now sadly, after sharp, gionee, xiaomi, doogee and essential "the future"? Also it uses technology from the xbox, so how is this the future? Also they didn't implement fingerprint below the screen...vivo did...how is the X the future? For me it's just another gimmicky overpriced phone.
Pick your poison
Slowed down internals or shutting off at 20% battery?
I love the fact that everyone brags about the face ID not good enough like they are important or something.
AnonD-549078, 19 Jan 20182 months isn't exactly long-term....Exactly! At least wait 6 months before doing a redoing a review.
Nice review / long-term thoughts, thank you.
It's kinda interesting to see how this generation of iPhones divides users.
A lot's of pros, cons and even stupidity packed in one device.
I am really curious, how this generation influences RaD of new models.
Will Apple endure or will they accept some of the user feedback?
Anonymous, 19 Jan 2018http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2017/04/11/smartphone-fingerprint-scanners-could-easily-... moreClearly states in the article that they haven't physically tested this, only in computer simulations. Jesus, do people read things at all. Kinda funny how it came out around the time the iPhone X was released too.
AnonD-694886, 19 Jan 2018Exactly. Fingerprints are unique but faces can be similar and thus easily mixed by Face ID.Agree.
Not even a twins have same fingerprint.
Anonymous, 19 Jan 2018I think the X is the best designed phone currently on the market and the best design since the... moreFor me best is Motorola and their moto mods.
Thats true innovation.
I am not interested in fugly notch :-)
Anonymous, 19 Jan 2018Because the Android implementation of face unlock was insecure and generally useless.
Apple... moreBut thats a lie and adroid face id was first ehre.
As usualy apple just copy other tech.
They are too lazy to make something own :-)
But i dont care i am not an apple fan.
Had Iphone 6 when was a brand new and after 3 months i came back to android.
AnonD-632062, 19 Jan 2018In short, save your cash....Why? Most of the things they mentioned as things they did not like are pure subjective and I personally don’t agree at all. The ”notch” is no issue at all for me, it a good solution to make use of more of the screen by putting status icons on the side of the sensors. And i really like FaceID, works great for me and I much prefer it to TouchID.
So while its might be interesting to hear what they think after using it for a while its nothing more than an opinion.
So far never tempted towards iPhone X after using Note 8 for sometime especially on the premise that it is apprx $400-600 more than Note 8 in my place. Bigger screen,Samsung Pay, bigger Ram, SPen, dual hybrid SIM/expandable storage.....I have no loyalty towards any ecosystem hence OS and other aspects do not matter as such.