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Why choose the iPhone X?

Apple iPhone X

When Apple launches any new product the whole world pays attention. So, when it announced the iPhone X in September 2017, we all sat up and listened. Let’s take a look at the supercool features that set this mobile phone apart from the rest.

  • Face ID
  • Animoji
  • Super Retina HD OLED screen display
  • TrueDepth camera technology
  • Wireless charging
  • Glass design – front and back

Face ID

The launch of the iPhone X deliberately coincided with the 10th anniversary of the fabled iPhone (X representing the number 10 in Roman numerals). The Cupertino-based tech giant took some risks with the latest design of its flagship product. Without doubt, one of the biggest gambles was replacing fingerprint-scanning touch ID with facial recognition. Reviews, to date, suggest this is one gamble that has definitely paid off.

Incredibly easy to set up (the iPhone X encourages you to put your face into view when you switch it on), turn your head from side to side a couple of times and you’re good to go. As long as the iPhone X can see your eyes, nose and mouth you’ll be able to unlock your handset. It really is that simple.

Until now this technology has been deemed quite clunky and led to some negative reviews for Apple’s competitors when they’ve introduced it. Apple’s version has been tested to death and all the results conclude that its version is light years ahead of the rest and pretty much flawless. Whatever the environment; a darkened room, low lighting conditions or if you’re walking down a street, all you need to do is look directly at the screen and your iPhone X will unlock.

Sensors within the new front-facing TrueDepth Camera system (more on this later) capture the unique geometry of your face and compare it with data held within the phone’s A11 bionic chip. Once there’s a match, your phone unlocks. You can wear a hat, grow a beard or wear some glasses and it will still unlock.

The only real issue with Face ID is the fact you have to actually raise the handset up to your face, whereas with touch ID you could have it on top of a desk or table and just touch the Home button without picking it up. That’s just being a bit picky (and rather lazy).

Animoji

Surely by now you’ve seen the TV advert with the addictive song (All Night by Big Boi) where Apple ask you to ‘Animoji yourself’ and ‘bring messages to life’?

By using the TrueDepth camera that powers the Face ID feature and your own face, you can create talking emoji. This is one of those novelty features that Apple introduces that you might only use a handful of times, but there’s no doubt it’s a lot of fun. You can basically be one of many popular avatars, from a talking piece of poo to a mythical unicorn. What will blow you away is not so much the animation but rather the accuracy of the facial mapping.

The TrueDepth camera analyses more than 50 different muscle movements in order to mirror your expressions. This is another facet, so creatively displayed in the TV advert, which Apple has absolutely nailed with the iPhone X.

Super Retina HD OLED screen display

The iPhone X is Apple’s first handset with an OLED (organic light-emitting diode) screen display and it is, without doubt, the best screen ever fitted to an iPhone. The all-round quality, colour and sharpness are huge steps forward on a 5.8-inch screen that now, finally, fills pretty much all the space at the front of the phone.

OLED technology creates much greater depth of colour, therefore, everything you look at, from websites to apps and photos, will look so much better than any previous iPhone you may have used. This technology has been used (and created) by Samsung since the first version of the Galaxy handset, however, Apple have suggested the delay was so it could fine-tune the technology in order to create the quality its customers expect from an iPhone.

Two fairly major concessions have been made for this introduction. First, after ten years of loyal service, the home button at the bottom of the phone has been retired. Now you simply swipe up from the bottom of the phone to bring up the home screen, a slight adjustment from hitting the home button but something you should get used to fairly quickly.

The second concession is the introduction of the ‘notch’. The notch resides at the top of the screen and is basically a black strip cut-out from the screen display that houses the earpiece speaker, selfie camera and various sensors for the TrueDepth camera system that facilitates facial recognition. Apple has deemed the notch a necessary evil in order to bring its customers such cutting-edge technology. Other than viewing full-screen videos, you’ll probably not even notice it’s there most of the time.

The camera

The iPhone X has a dual-camera system similar to the version available on the iPhone 8 Plus but with both back-facing cameras arranged vertically and both have strong 12-megapixel sensors. The rear cameras are also fitted with optical image stabilisation (OIS) – useful for those of us with a shaky hand.

The front-facing TrueDepth camera has 7-megapixel sensors and is regarded as one of the best selfie-taking cameras available on the market. As the name suggests, the camera is primed for sensing depth, hence why its technology is used for the Face ID feature and why it can create such stunning images.

The new portrait mode, available with the TrueDepth technology, offers a whole host of editing options allowing you to change the background colour, lighting and you can even edit yourself out of the picture altogether. All in all, the camera on the iPhone X is a strong upgrade on previous handsets with lots of fun new features producing photos teeming with rich detail and colours.

Wireless charging

Along with the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, the iPhone X comes with integrated wireless charging. You’ll need to purchase a Qi-certified (Qi is pronounced ‘chee’) charging mat to use this facility at home. All you need to do is place the charging mat on a flat surface top and place your iPhone on the mat with the display facing upwards. If you’re out and about and find your handset on the dreaded red line, a number of food and restaurant chains such as McDonalds and Starbucks have started rolling out charging pads across their stores. Swedish furniture giant, Ikea, has a range of home furniture with Qi charging points built into them.

Wireless charging works by using magnetic induction through the glass back on the handset. To get better performance it’s usually recommended to remove any casing during charging. The one drawback, though, is the necessity to leave your handset alone during wireless charging. You can’t pick your phone up and use it, unlike when it is charging through a USB cable, because, obviously, it will stop charging.

Glass design – front and back

The major design changes to the iPhone X are pretty apparent from the moment you turn it on and pick it up. With a much wider screen filling almost the entire front of the handset (apart from the notch), no home button and both the front and back are covered in glass, bound by a stainless steel rim. The rounded corners feel as though Apple has paid homage to the original iPhone 3G, which is a nice touch on its 10th birthday.

The iPhone X comes with a hefty price tag and, reassuringly, it feels like a strong, solidly built handset, which is also water resistant up to depths of one meter or three feet (IP67 rated). At 174g it’s quite heavy for a phone of its size and is 19g heavier than the Galaxy S8. It also sits on its own within the iPhone range in terms of size. At 143.6mm long it’s 5.2mm taller than the iPhone 8 and 14.8mm shorter than the iPhone 8 Plus.

The glass covering looks great; however, no matter how durable Apple says it is, glass is still glass and it can break when dropped on a hard surface. It can also pick up any and all types of residue from your fingers so some kind of casing or screen protector would be highly recommended.

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