Here is what’s new with the iPhone X. We’re sharing the best iPhone X features that you will use daily and the iPhone X features you will hate — at least for the first month until you get used to some of the things missing from the iPhone X.
The new iPhone is one of the boldest changes we’ve seen from Apple, adding in a massive screen, crazy new camera features and many long wished for features like wireless charging.
Last year Apple came for our headphone jack and we survived, but this year Apple is coming for your home button and with it Touch ID. Apple has an answer for this, but it’s going to be a tougher adjustment to make. Oh, and there is still no headphone jack.
With the new iPhone X there are plenty of brand new features that you will love. Here are the the most exciting Phone X features that Apple announced and that you will get when you buy the new phone. You will not find these features on the older iPhone that is in your pocket.
- Bigger Screen with Better Reading Tech
- iPhone X Design and Size
- Wireless Charging
- Face ID
- Animojis – Animated Emoji
- New Camera Features
- Augmented Reality Features
- Better Battery Life
For all that changed, there are some things that you’ll hate about the new iPhone X, especially if you don’t like change. Apple removed some familiar features and chose not to add some of the most requested features.
- No Home Button & No Touch ID
- No Headphone Jack
- No Micro SD Card
While you can adapt to some changes, these are the ones we think will be the hardest for you to adapt to. There are also a lot of new iOS 11 features that you’ll love and hate — like the new Control Center and other big changes. Here’s a closer look at each of these iPhone X features that you will love, and that you will hate.
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