iPhone X full review: The best iPhone ever made

The iPhone X has finally landed in our shores and with it comes a lot of changes and features. Apple’s latest flagship phone marks the biggest design change the Cupertino company has ever made on an iPhone. Apple calls the iPhone X the future of the smartphone, cramming a lot of innovative features into the phone, like wireless charging, bezel-less display and face recognition system.

The iPhone X marks Apple’s first switch to flexible OLED panels, thus offering brighter screen and more details. With the iPhone X, the Cupertino has a daring change, which lies in the removal of the Touch ID fingerprint scanner, instead introducing a new method of unlocking the phone, known as Face ID.

In this article, we will help you find out if the iPhone X is worth an upgrade. For some background, Apple has begun selling iPhone X in more than 50 markets since November 3. The phone carries a staggering $999 price tag for the starting 64 GB model.

  1. Screen

With the iPhone X, Apple makes the switch to OLED panels following months of rumors and reports. The 5.8 OLED display is one of the highlights that set the iPhone X apart from its brothers, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus this year, offering a much-improved sharpness and picture quality.

The iPhone X comes with a 5.8 inch OLED curved display that covers almost the whole front of the phone. This year, Apple keeps up with the latest bezel-less phone trend on the market. However, there are still slight bands that run around the edges of the device, giving users something to hold the phone.

The display on the new iPhone X now supports HDR playback, allowing users to watch movies encoded in the HDR10 and Dolby Vision formats. One of the highlights when it comes to the display on the iPhone X lies in True Tone display. Apple’s new display technology first made its appearance on iPad Pro, helping the display match the color temperature around you.

  1. Face ID and animoji

This year, Apple removed the Touch ID fingerprint scanner in favor of a modern security measure known as Face ID, allowing users to unlock the phone with their face. In short, Face ID is an advanced security technology that cannot be tricked by a photo.

According to Apple, Face ID is enabled by TrueDepth camera on the front of the phone. What it actually does is to analyze thousands of invisible dots in an attempt to paint your face. Face ID helps you unlock your phone instantly even while wearing glasses.

One thing that sets the iPhone X apart from iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus is the ability to create animoji, new emoji that mimic users’ expressions. The coolest part is that the feature will be coming to third-party apps like Snapchat.

  1. Camera

The iPhone X is one of the best camera phones on the market. The camera on the iPhone X is the same technology we have already seen on the iPhone 8 Plus. However, there are some slight differences. Apple’s new flagship smartphone features a dual-camera setup that uses two 12 MP sensors on the back with an f/2.4 aperture and optical image stabilization. On the front, there is a 7MP TrueDepth selfie camera with portrait mode support.

The camera on the iPhone offers everything you need from a new iPhone this year and even more. With TrueDepth support, dual camera system, and OLED display, the iPhone X is the perfect choice for taking photos.

The iPhone X is an iPhone that we need from Apple this year to challenge Samsung’s Galaxy line of smartphones. The iPhone X is really worth every penny if you are looking for a huge iPhone upgrade.

Also read: How to set up Family Sharing on your iPhone and iPad

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