Finally, after a lot of speculation and rumors about Apple iPhone X features circulating around the Internet, the real deal is here! And boy, were we surprised – there’s no Home button anymore! You could be a little sad to hear that you have to re-learn to navigate your way through the interface. The good thing is the standard set of gestures you already know are still in use. With a little practice, it’ll feel like an extension of your hand. Swiping down on the screen of your Apple iPhone X will still bring up notifications, but only if you swipe from the left to the right side. In that matter, if you swipe from right to left – you’ll bring up the Control Center.
Now let’s take a step into some of Apple iPhone X specs it is known for. So, how about Home button replacement? You’ll just have to swipe from the bottom up, and it’ll serve the same function. The system Apple iPhone X comes installed with is iOS 11. You get a feature called Multitasking Gestures, which allows you to quickly access the latest app you were using. Simply swipe right along the bottom of your screen to do so. Another really important thing that you’ll have to get used to is a new button combination. Use Sleep/Power button with any of the Volume buttons to power the device down. Now let’s take a step into some of Apple iPhone X specs it is known for:
First is certainly the thing users of Apple’s devices are proud of – its camera. Apple iPhone X now sports a dual 12 MP back camera which has retained all the quality you’re used to, and more! It is one of the best cameras you can opt for. The cameras have that insane color palette along with optical stabilization. A famous Portrait mode paired with 2x optical zoom helps you separate foreground from the background. The camera captures 4K resolution video with up to 60 fps or 240 frames per second in 1080p for slow-motion. Another feature that gets users quite excited is the removal of Touch ID. To be honest, it was working but had problems in case of damp hands. Apple iPhone X has introduced Face ID – a facial recognition software, and let me tell you – it’s flawless.
Face ID has worked through sunglasses, hats, and anything you can imagine trying to trick it. Even if it fails once, it’s almost always successful in a second attempt. The last thing that can worry you is certainly the price of Apple iPhone X – 999$ for the 64GB version, and $1149 for the 256GB version, and you’ll have no option of using an SD card, but before that becomes a deal breaker for you, take a moment to hear what comes in the package. You’ll be getting a 5,8-inch screen with 1125 x 2436 pixels of resolution which can prove troublesome when watching videos, creating some small black bars. Apple iPhone X is powered by a beast of an Hexa-core 2.39 GHz (2x Monsoon + 4x Mistral) processor, in combination with either 4GB or 6GB RAM which can handle any task thrown his way, you can be absolutely sure of that.