Even if the Portrait mode algorithms improve, I'd like to see some support for touching up problematic depth maps.
A device as expensive as the iPhone X serves as a negative status symbol among our friends and family.
The "Apple access economy" incentivizes problematic journalism.
Some future iPhone will inevitably ditch all ports and buttons, leaving only the screen accessible to the end user. It will be beautiful, glossy—and permanently sealed
Anecdotally, buying the X felt no different than previous iPhone preorder nights. In fact, it might have been the easiest preorder purchase I've ever made.
At its product marketing event last week, Apple announced its new iPhone line-up, which breaks with precedent in two ways: The iPhone X name (read “iPhone Ten”) takes a cue from the Windows world, in that Apple has skipped over the number “9.” The iPhone price points have never been so diverse; the 2017 phones start at $349 (for the SE, Apple’s cheapest-ever new iPhone) and scale all the way up to $1149 (the 256GB […]