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Long product name Apple iPhone X 14.7 cm (5.8") Single SIM iOS 11 4G 256 GB Grey :
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iPhone X, 5.8" OLED, 2436x1125, A11 Bionic + M11, 256GB, 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, 2x 12MP, 7MP, Face ID, IP67, iOS 11
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Apple iPhone X, 14.7 cm (5.8"), 2436 x 1125 pixels, 256 GB, 12 MP, iOS 11, Grey

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Apple iPhone X. Display diagonal: 14.7 cm (5.8"), Display resolution: 2436 x 1125 pixels, Display type: OLED. Processor family: Apple, Processor model: A11. Internal storage capacity: 256 GB. Rear camera resolution (numeric): 12 MP, Rear camera type: Dual camera. SIM card capability: Single SIM. Operating system installed: iOS 11. Product colour: Grey. Weight: 174 g

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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Uk has collected 1127 expert reviews for Apple iPhone X 14.7 cm (5.8") Single SIM iOS 11 4G 256 GB Grey and the average expert rating is 88 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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knowyourmobile.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Apple's iPhone 11 range has now launched. Made of three iPhones, the iPhone 11 is all about refining what came before - the iPhone XS and iPhone XR. But is Apple's first OLED phone, the iPhone X, still worth a look if you're after a bargain in 2019...
Bottom line Should You Buy The iPhone X?If you're shopping around for a new iPhone in 2019 and beyond, and you want to save some money, I can wholeheartedly recommend the iPhone X. For me, the iPhone X is the best value iPhone you can currently buy - it's now A LO...
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macworld.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Apple's new iPhone XR comes in a range of vibrant colours, boasts most of the same specs as its upper-tier stablemates the iPhone XS and XS Max, plus has a lower although still high price tag. In this article we see how it compares to the one that set th...
Bottom line If you already have an iPhone X, then there is really no benefit in moving to the XR. Aside from the upgraded processor and pretty colours, the earlier model has a superior display, better cameras, and more premium build.However, if you're choosing betwee...
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macworld.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Ten years after the iPhone was first unveiled Apple marked the occasion with a new iPhone that didn't just jump one generation, it jumps several. Apple leapt straight from iPhone 7 via the iPhone 8, reviewed here all the way to iPhone 10 yes, that's how...
Bottom line Whether this is the iPhone of your dreams depends on a lot of things. If you wanted a big screen but you were put off by the size of the iPhone Plus then this is going to be the answer to your prayers at long last.If you want a new iPhone that breaks the...
0%
itpro.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Sign up for our daily newsletterSamsung's Galaxy Note 9 was an inevitability. Following the Note 8's glowing success last year, the Korean firm's eighth plus-sized phone was always going to make a stylish appearance at some point in 2018, and this new p...
Good Longlasting battery life, Excellent lowlight camera performance, New S Pen improvements...
Bad Very expensive, Little on offer to warrant an upgrade...
Bottom line Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 reaffirms the notion that, sadly, smartphone design is plateauing. Even with the introduction of fancy bezel-less 18:9 screens and dual-aperture cameras, phones in 2018 are prosaic, and neither minor camera improvements nor process...
80%
macworld.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Apple's unveiled three new iPhones for 2018-2019. The iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR.If you already own an iPhone X then you might be considering updating to an iPhone XS Max in order to get the larger screen. Would the upgrade be worthwh...
Bottom line Now that the iPhone X is no longer sold by Apple it's unlikely that anyone is attempting to decide between the iPhone X and XS Max, other than to determine whether it would be a good update from the iPhone X.If you are the kind of person who wants to own...
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macworld.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
The iPhone XS is Apple's follow up to the drastically different iPhone X. As the name suggests, this time is more of an evolution than revolution.The XS bears a similar notched design but with new internal upgrades that make it technically better than but...
Bottom line You can't buy the iPhone X direct from Apple now, so the iPhone XS is a decent upgrade for the same RRP. But if you don't care about the gold colour, larger XS Max or the promise of a tiny battery life improvement, you might want to seek out the iPhone X...
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macworld.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
OnePlus revealed its latest flagship phone at an event in London on 16 May 2018. The new model sees some impressive upgrades to the already popular OnePlus 5T handset, and a price that still defies current smartphone trends. But will it be enough to tempt...
Bottom line We think it's fair to say that these handsets are designed for different areas of the market.With the iPhone X you're getting the very best that Apple has to offer right now. A sleek new design, OLED display, wireless charging, Face ID and serious braggin...
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hardwarezone.com.my
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
1 / 10 You're on a budget The Xiaomi Mi A1 is almost like a budget version of a Google Pixel phone, as it runs on pure Android OS. For just S$349, you also get a full metal build, a 5.5-inch Full HD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625...
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macworld.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Another day, another flagship Android phone with designs on the iPhone X 's crown. LG's G7 ThinQ boasts high-end audio, dual cameras and, on paper at least, generally far better specs for the money than the X, but how does it compare in reality?In this co...
Bottom line LG's G7 might be less of an exciting update than previous efforts from the company, but it still has plenty to recommend it.It's fast, it's lightweight, it's got a tall and extremely bright screen. And we like the wide-angle and standard camera lenses on...
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techadvisor.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
There are so many good phones to choose from including the Galaxy S9, iPhone X and Google Pixel 2 but which one is the king of the castle? See our full ranking below. When choosing a phone you probably have a mixture of these factors on your list: build...
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macworld.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
On 25 Feb at MWC 2018, Samsung announced its latest flagship smartphone: the Galaxy S9. But how does this shape up against the iPhone X, the undisputed king of the Apple smartphone stable? In this article we compare the two devices for design, build qua...
Bottom line These are both stunning-looking and extremely high-specced flagship smartphones. Both get large 5.8in displays in almost all-screen bodies, although the S9's is considerably sharper (whether you'll be able to notice the difference is debatable; the X's 45...
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macworld.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Sony's new flagship phone - the Xperia XZ2 is coming at the end of March. It's a big change from the previous generation model, but is it a big enough change to take on the iPhone X? We investigate. The Sony Xperia XZ2 was launched by Sony on 26 February...
Bottom line The Sony Xperia XZ2 is out at the end of March, so we will hold off on our conclusion until then...
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fhm.com.ph
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
It looks like Apple 's 10th anniversary smartphone will soon be pulled out of production following its recent release late last year.According to serial leaker and KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, this was due to falling sales of the iPhone X abroad...
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technave.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
If we can sum up the smartphones of 2017 it would be the year of the "sequels" because most of them had little changes. While some were really great products, some of them were also quite questionable. So before we get on with the rest of 2018, let's take...
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ephotozine.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
The Apple iPhone X marks the 10th anniversary of the iPhone but with an asking price that's not far off £1000, we're hoping you get a lot of bang for your buck, not only in the specs the smartphone has to offer but in how it performs as a...
Good Fast and responsive, Large screen, Dual lenses, Interesting portrait modes, Decent battery life, Looks great, Photo quality is good, Apple iPhone X...
Bad Lacks a headphone socket, Camera app is really basic, Doesn't shoot in RAW, Portrait modes are a little hit and miss, Low light performance still needs some work (even though improved), Expensive...
Bottom line The iPhone X is unmistakably a premium smartphone that's built well, feels solid and looks really great.Improvements can definitely be seen in performance and with the screen which offers vibrant colours, good saturation levels and just a really great, cl...
90%
hardwarezone.com.my
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
1 / 9 You're on a budget The Xiaomi Mi A1 is almost like a budget version of a Google Pixel phone, as it runs on pure Android OS. For just RM1,099, you also get a full metal build, a 5.5-inch Full HD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625...
0%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
One thing the Space Grey model has going for it is that, because the screen surround on the Space Grey model is dark and coated in PVD (physical vapour deposition), it’s likely stronger and, consequently less likely to scratch. However, if it did scratch...
Bottom line In the end, it all comes down to preference. Unlike the iPhone 7 and 8, you can't see the colour of your iPhone from the front, meaning you no longer need to purchase a black iPhone just because you're concerned about distracting white bezels when watchin...
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pickr.com.au
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
The iPhone has been one of the driving forces in phones for years, and with the Apple iPhone X, the most iconic smartphone is reinvented.In 2017, the iPhone turned ten, a pretty solid achievement since most smartphone lines barely hit four or five, let...
Good Beautiful full screen, Face ID login works well 90 percent of the time, Excellent performance, One of the best cameras on the market, TrueTone display helps make the colour appear normal, Water resistance, Wireless charging included...
Bad Prohibitively expensive, You're always worried you're going to damage or scratch it...
Bottom line Even with a couple of issues, the iPhone X is an absolutely stellar phone and a contender for phone of the year, without doubt.Through a combination of lovely design, great technologies, and a few sweet finishing touches like Animoji and the TrueTone tech...
94%
cgmagonline.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
It's been ten years since Apple designed the original iPhone and redefined what a cellular phone was capable of. The device was an example of pure innovation. Not only did it shake up the market and set the new example for the competition to strive toward...
Bottom line The iPhone X is the precursor to something greater. While the design and the ideas behind the phone feel like they should set the bar even higher, Apple's execution on these innovative features leaves room for improvement...
85%
itbusiness.ca
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
The iPhone X is one of Apple's most exciting smartphone in years, but is it an impressive enough device to justify its expensive price tag?This time on All Hands on Tech, we review the riskiest smartphone Apple has created in years, the iPhone X.Apple to...
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cravingtech.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Apple iPhone X Review – Apple iPhone X is one of the most anticipated iPhone releases as it offers an all new edge-to-edge design with OLED screen, wireless charging support, and more.I've been using the iPhone X since its launch day (3 November 2017) and...
Bottom line Apart from the new design and the changes, iPhone X is a very powerful phone and if you check the benchmarks, they are off the charts. In fact, the iPhone X is said to be more powerful than the new MacBook Pro. It shows when you intereact with the phone –...
90%
knowyourmobile.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Apple is marking the tenth birthday of its globally famous smartphone line with one of the most revolutionary designs to come out of its Cupertino design labs – not to mention one of the most expensive.Retailing for around £1000 SIM-free, the iPhone X – o...
Good Amazing screen, Powerful chipset, Excellent camera...
Bad Face ID isn't as good as Touch ID, Expensive...
Bottom line iphone-x-reviewThe iPhone X is certainly one of the most significant phones Apple has ever produced; it marks a massive departure for the company from a design, interface and technology perspective, with the big display, unique face unlock system and a wh...
70%
eurogamer.net
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
There are two key elements to this device which make it noteworthy - aside from the jaw-dropping price, which we'll come to later - its screen and the way in which you unlock it. For the former, we're talking about a pin-sharp 5.8-inch "Super Retina HD" s...
Bottom line After three iterations of the iPhone basically using the same design (and that's not including this year's similarly-styled iPhone 8), the iPhone X really needed to offer something special to stand out, and it certainly does that. It would be no exaggerat...
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dailystar.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
APPLEApple's all-new iPhone X (it's actually pronounced iPhone 10) is here and it's the greatest smartphone the US tech giant has ever made.With a stunning 5.8-inch OLED edge-to-edge screen, you'll be instantly struck by just how splendid it looks.Gone ar...
Bottom line This is the iPhone Apple fans have been waiting for. It looks gorgeous and its clever design now means you get a much bigger screen in a phone that easily fits in your pocket.Face ID is also far better than we ever imagined and the TrueDepth camera brings...
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hardwarezone.com.my
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X was finally made available in Malaysia and 12 additional countries on Friday, November 24. Not only is it the biggest redesign of the iPhone in years, the iPhone X is also the most expensive iPhone to date, starting at RM5,149 for the 64GB v...
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techpinas.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Are you a big Apple fan who believes that no other handset is right for you except for the iPhone? Do you own an older generation iPhone and you're thinking about upgrading to a 2017 model? Do you think the Apple iPhone 8 Plus is a confused release and...
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hardwarezone.com.my
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X is the most exciting iPhone since. well, the first iPhone. Maybe its the mysterious 'X' name (pronounced "ten"), or the fact that it's the first new iPhone design we've seen in three years, but when Tim Cook unveiled it back in September, I...
Good Beautiful OLED display, Face ID is good enough to replace Touch ID, Animojis, Amazing benchmark performance, OIS on both rear cameras, Portrait mode/lighting on front camera...
Bad Notch in display causes issues with many apps, Face ID still has some issues, Really expensive...
Bottom line The iPhone X is the iPhone we've been waiting for. After three years of basically the same design, the X finally delivers an ambitious and forward-facing take on what an iPhone can be. But like a lot of first-generation hardware, it's not without its flaw...
85%
klgadgetguy.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X is an overpriced smartphone, it costs more than an average Malaysian's monthly salary and you can already purchase a MacBook Pro for the 256GB model. Granted, many people can argue that Android flagships like the Galaxy Note 8, Google Pixel 2...
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hardwarezone.com.my
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Update ( November 23, 2017 ): Added iPhone X telco plans from Celcom, Digi, Maxis, and U Mobile on page 3. With all four telcos announcing their price plans for the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, now's the time to find out who offers the best deal.Check out the fo...
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soyacincau.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X is Apple's latest and greatest device which also marks the 10th anniversary of the iPhone. With an asking price of more than RM5,000, it is also the most expensive iPhone yet.Is it worth the RM1,000 premium over the iPhone 8 Plus? Find out wh...
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techadvisor.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone's 10th anniversary has been celebrated with a phone that finally marks a big change for the iconic device. But is Apple still playing catch-up with Android rivals? And is the iPhone X too expensive? Bezel-free displays are all the rage and a d...
Bottom line The iPhone X comes with a number of quirks, but there's nothing you can't simply get used to and we're sure Apple will bring fixes and improvements to iron things out.When compared with the other new iPhones, the X wins hands-down despite only having a fe...
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3g.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Apple hasn't offered anything meaningfully new on the smartphone front since 2014's iPhone 6. Now on the tenth anniversary of this iconic smartphone range we have the iPhone X (pronounced ‘ten'), and it's arguably the boldest iPhone yet.An all-new display...
Good Stunning design, Face ID genuinely works, Excellent camera...
Bad Very expensive, Notch not great for video content, Many apps not optimised...
Bottom line “The iPhone X is a premium phone in every sense of the word. It might cost a small fortune, but the payoff is a truly exceptional and forward-thinking phone.”Best Apple iPhone X dealsTop DealApple iPhone X 12GB for the price of 4GB.12GB data Unlimited min...
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yugatech.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Apple truly take it up a notch with their iPhone X. If you haven't read our written review yet, we have a video version that you can watch below.Apple iPhone X specs: 5.8-inch all-screen OLED display @ 2436 x 1125px, 458ppi HDR TrueTone, 3D Touch, Oleoph...
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Theinquirer.net
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
CHINESE PHONE MAKER OnePlus officially unveiled the 5T this week, it's latest mid-range smartphone that takes on the likes of the iPhone X with its flagship-challenging specs. We've pitted the OnePlus 5T against the iPhone X to see if the smartphone has...
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wired.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
By Jeremy WhitePossibly the most anticipated smartphone in 10 years has finally reached the hands and pockets of the Apple-buying public. The media furore has been at times deafening, and the early first impressions ranged from considered insight to ab...
Good Amazing OLED screen, Face ID, wireless charging...
Bad Closing apps is fiddly, screen ratio, price...
Bottom line With the new A11 chip complete with better CPU, GPU and built-in neural engine (600 billion operations per second), this was always going to be a powerful phone. And it is. For those, like me, who find the Plus-size iPhones too much to handle, this is the...
90%
itpro.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Sign up for our daily newsletter Image 1 of 8 This year marks the 10th anniversary of Apple's iPhone, and as predicted, the company chose to mark the occasion with the launch of the most unique and original device since the original. The iPhone X is th...
Good Gorgeous display, Stylish design, Great camera, One of the fastest phones around...
Bad Astonishingly expensive, Notch isn't particularly attractive, UI changes are a little offputting...
Bottom line The iPhone X is far and away the best iPhone that Apple has ever made. But with such an exorbitant price and such such stiff competition from the likes of Samsung and others, the iPhone X doesn't distinguish itself enough to earn a full recommendation...
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bit.com.au
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X – pronounced iPhone “Ten” – is the expensive flagship handset Apple developed to mark the tenth anniversary of the original iPhone and it's startlingly similar to the Samsung Galaxy S8.Yet labelling the iPhone X as little more than a look-at-...
Bottom line The X is Apple's best iPhone yet, with advanced features such as facial recognition, outstanding performance and a superb edge-to-edge 5.8in display. It's expensive, however, and the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and iPhone 8 Plus offer better value.Over...
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unbox.ph
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
With the looming launch of the iPhone 8 and the iPhone X here in the Philippines, we're getting a lot of questions asking which of the two devices they should go for. Fortunately for you guys we went ahead and paid the ridiculous and absurd prices to get...
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yugatech.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Apple is known for taking its time before implementing new, radical designs and features with its iPhones. Consumers have strongly criticized the company for not innovating enough, and competitors have taken advantage of this by introducing better designs...
Bottom line The iPhone X is Apple's most exciting smartphone to date. We are sure of that. It's not just a nod to the original iPhone but also a blueprint for the company's future smartphones. It's got a new design, premium build, a large, almost bezel-less high-reso...
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theguardian.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X is Apple's most important – and most expensive – new smartphone in four years, bringing with it a significant change to the design, dumping the home button to usher in a full-screen experience. Thankfully, Apple nailed it.After four years of...
Good brilliant screen, allscreen design, great camera, good battery life, water resistant, wireless charging, Face ID...
Bad no headphone socket, no fingerprint scanner, glass will break if dropped, very expensive, no expandable storage or removable battery, no fast charger in the box, the notch...
Bottom line The iPhone X is without a doubt the best iPhone Apple has ever made, and it represents a much needed leap forward in design for the company.It still runs the same apps as other iPhones and has the same camera on the back and the same processor and memory...
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thunderbaylive.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Lisa Gade reviews the iPhone X, Apple's redesigned and most expensive phone ever for the fall of 2017. The iPhone X has a 5.8″ OLED edge-to-edge “Super Retina” display with a notch at the top and it runs iOS 11. Thanks to our sponsor, Ultra slim and minim...
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reviewed.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Without a home button to read fingerprints, iPhone X users will have to put their trust in Apple's brand new, much-ballyhooed Face ID system for biometric security. This is also the first time Apple's outfitted one of its phones with an OLED display, whi...
Bottom line Credit: Reviewed.com / Michael DesjardinFrom a hardware standpoint, the iPhone X is possibly the best iPhone ever made. But it's not for everyone.Yes, but only if you absolutely can't help yourself.For Apple's most passionate loyalists—the ones who upgrad...
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gizmodo.com.au
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
I'm a total gadget nerd, and it's been five years since a new smartphone made me nod to myself with the understanding that, "Yes, I need that thing more than I need air." But the buzz around the iPhone X has had me a little more hyped than usual.Not just...
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canadianreviewer.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
2007's iPhone brought multi-touch, it brought real web browsing, actual web-experiences and apps. These are features we can all take for granted today and which are abundantly available, even on the cheapest smartphone. Hit jump for our review of Apple's...
Bottom line Like the original iPhone, iPhone X brings new thinking to the industry and challenges what many believe to be standards. iPhone X also brings new features and functionalities that are designed to delight users and entice customers to pony up the big bucks...
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techradar.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X is the huge leap forward that Apple's handsets needed. Aside from the original iPhone in 2007, this new iPhone is set to have the biggest impact on Apple's smartphone direction ever.Apple itself is calling it the future of the smartphone, the...
Good Great screen, Premium, strong design, TrueDepth camera is powerful...
Bad The most expensive flagship phone around, Metal rim can scuff without case...
Bottom line Let's get one thing out of the way first: the iPhone X is not a phone for the Android fan. This is a phone for someone who's entrenched in the iPhone ecosystem and doesn't want to leave, but has become bored to tears by the same old design for the last fo...
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Digitaltrends.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Apple's 10th anniversary iPhone X sets a new gold standard for the next decade of iPhones. Coming hot on the heels of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, the iPhone X steals the show despite sharing nearly identical internal hardware. The X (pronounced “ten”...
Good Jawdropping OLED screen, Unsurpassed speed, Top-tier camera, Innovative industrial design, Wireless charging...
Bad Awkward notch can break immersion, Expensive...
Bottom line Yes. If you're an Apple fan, this is the phone to buy. We can't peel our eyes away from the gorgeous OLED screen, and using gestures to move around iOS is pure bliss.Editor's RecommendationsApple iPhone 8 reviewThe iPhone X may be expensive, but you'll re...
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trustedreviews.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X (pronounced iPhone 10) is a hugely important device for Apple. Not only is its release coinciding with the 10th anniversary of arguably the most important tech product of the last decade, but it's the first iPhone in four years to undergo a m...
Bottom line The iPhone X is undoubtedly a gorgeous phone. After a few boring iPhone iterations, Apple is well and truly back at the forefront of smartphone design.Look past the design, though, and there could be a few things that hold it back. Will Face ID be as fast...
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pocket-lint.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Ten years after the launch of the first iPhone, Apple has launched what it says is the phone that kickstarts the next decade for the iPhone. It's the biggest shift in iPhone design since Steve Jobs launched that first device, introducing a new range of t...
Good Display, Size, Build quality, Wireless charging, Face ID...
Bad This is an expensive phone...
Bottom line Apple says that this phone will kickstart the next decade of the iPhone and it isn't wrong. The screen is big and stunning, the device smaller for that edge-to-edge approach, and the underlying tech is more than capable enough to make it shine. Undoubtedl...
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gizmodo.com.au
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X is a weird and wonderful device. Apple's new phone looks and behaves so differently to the iPhones we're used to, but it takes just a day or two to become familiar with it. Apple has been subtly training us for life without a home button over...
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techguide.com.au
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The interest around the iPhone X could not be higher and harks back to the time when we were waiting for the arrival of the very first iPhone. That's the sort of anticipation there is for this device.And the iPhone X certainly doesn't disappoint. It is a...
Good Stunning design, intuitive gesture controls, magnificent display, excellent camera, just right size, great battery performance...
Bad Expensive...
Bottom line Apple has absolutely hit a homerun with the iPhone X. It's a bold step into the future - a journey customers will find irresistible. After 10 years of producing excellent iPhones, Apple has shown it can still create an innovative and fresh device that wi...
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gizmodo.com.au
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X's Face ID camera module has received a bit more press than Apple probably intended. The facial recognition security tech was the whiz-bang feature that caught everybody's eye during the Tim Cook and friends keynote -- and later it was repeate...
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businessinsider.my
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Apple wants you to know that its handpicked reviewers love the iPhone X, a $999 phone that goes on sale on Friday.Apple published a press release on Wednesday with positive quotes from reviewers from publications like Buzzfeed, TechCrunch, a photography b...
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businessinsider.my
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Apple's new iPhone X doesn't hit store shelves until Friday, but squabbles about who gets the hotly-anticipated device first are already breaking out.But the quarrels aren't being triggered by consumers battling for the best spot in lines outside Apple's...
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avforums.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X is the latest smartphone from Apple, radically re-designed compared to, well, every single previous iPhone actually. It was announced at the same time as the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, reviewed here but was held back from release until Novem...
Good Powerful processor, Superb screen, Impressive camera, Excellent apps and features, Beautiful design, Lovely build quality...
Bad The 'notch', Pricey...
Bottom line The iPhone X is a thrilling, beautiful phone. It outdoes every previous iPhone easily, with a bigger display than the iPhone 8 Plus in a handset barely bigger than the iPhone 8.The notch in the top of the screen isn't ideal, but it's far from a dealbreake...
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product-reviews.net
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X went up for pre-order last week and those who were lucky enough to order one, this week is when we will see the first units shipped as of November 3.We have a treat for you now though, with a look at one of the first iPhone X unboxing reviews...
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T3.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
This is the big one - welcome to our initial impressions of the iPhone X.The X (pronounced "ten") is the first of a new generation of iPhones according to Apple. That's clear just by looking at it – the front is dominated by screen, and there's no home bu...
Good Desirable design, Face ID is ace, Excellent cameras...
Bad So expensive, Side button controls annoy, Notch means some app quirks...
Bottom line We're left very impressed by the iPhone X. It's the refresh the iPhone needed, and Apple has succeeded in creating an incredibly desirable package.We'll reserve full judgement until we've spent more time with the device, tried out the improved dual camera...
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goodhousekeeping.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
If excellent battery life, a great camera and a large screen are on your wishlist for a smartphone then the new iPhone X ticks all the right boxes. It's got pretty much everything you'd want from a smartphone and then some! The impressive battery life is...
Good Setting it up is simple if you are changing from an existing iPhone that runs iOS 11 place your current handset near the new smartphone and the setup will automatically begin, The phone has a 5.8in display but thanks to the edgetoedge screen, the handset...
Bad More expensive than any other smartphone on the market right now, There's no way of expanding the storage through a MicroSD card...
Bottom line Apple's iPhone X is one of the best smartphones on the market today. Simple to use, its powerful with great battery life and a camera that takes great photos in all lighting conditions. It's stylish too, but it comes with a pretty hefty price tag...
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T3.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
This is the big one - welcome to our initial impressions of the iPhone X.The X (pronounced "ten") is the first of a new generation of iPhones according to Apple. That's clear just by looking at it – the front is dominated by screen, and there's no home bu...
Bottom line We're left very impressed by the iPhone X. It's the refresh the iPhone needed, and Apple has succeeded in creating an incredibly desirable package.We'll reserve full judgement until we've spent more time with the device, tried out the improved dual camera...
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mobilesyrup.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X is one of the most anticipated tech devices, let alone smartphones, in recent memory.There's an air of excitement surrounding the handset that even the most stalwart Android fans have likely noticed. This is something that rarely occurs in th...
Good Stunning design, Face ID is convenient and works great, First significant revamp to the iPhone in years...
Bad Expensive (especially in Canada), New navigation features take getting used to, All glass body is a smudge and grease magnet...
Bottom line "After my initial trepidation and roughly half hour of experimenting with the iPhone X's new navigation system, I quickly forgot about my longing for Touch ID and the familiar Home Button"...
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businessinsider.my
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
It's just a few days until the iPhone X goes on sale, and the first reviews are starting to pour in.And there's good news for Apple, and potential buyers: They're highly positive so far.The iPhone X, Apple's 10th-anniversary device, is the biggest shake-u...
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theguardian.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Apple's most expensive smartphone, the iPhone X, sold out in less than 10 minutes upon being made available for pre-order this morning.The iPhone X – officially pronounced “10” – costs from £999 with 64GB of storage, topping out at £1149 with 256GB of sto...
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pcauthority.com.au
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Last year, Google decided to take on Apple's iPhone by… well, making a phone that looked decidedly like an iPhone. And it was fine, but the imitation didn't match the source material. Now it's 2017, and the companies' respective visions for a top-end sma...
Bottom line Likely winner: Too close to call...
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itpro.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Sign up for our daily newsletter Apple's 10th anniversary iPhone, the iPhone X, was announced on 12 September at the Steve Jobs Theatre at Apple Park, the tech giant's new San Francisco headquarters. It brings a whole range of new features to Apple's fl...
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macworld.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X, which was announced at Apple's 12 Sept press event and will become available for pre-order on 27 October, is Apple's latest flagship smartphone, with a radical redesign and high-end specs. But how does it compare to its rivals?In this compa...
Bottom line The Note 8 has a bigger (and notchless) screen, but this means it's a bigger and bulkier device; both phones have good screen-to-body ratios, with minimal bezels.The Note's screen is also sharper, but both are fabulously sharp as it is and we don't think...
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techadvisor.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
When it comes to phones, Samsung and Apple are the two biggest hitters in the arena. Now, with both companies having unveiled their offerings for the year ahead, we compare the top of the range powerhouses that will fight it out for the crown of best smar...
Bottom line The iPhone X is a glimpse of how Apple sees the future of its platform. Moving to a bezel-less design is something that maybe should have happened sooner, but it's good to finally see an iPhone like this.Much depends on the Face ID technology though, so i...
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macworld.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Apple announced three new iPhones at its special event on 12 September 2017, the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the flag-ship iPhone X pronounced iPhone Ten. If you are thinking about upgrading your phone, you are likely to be wondering which model will sui...
Bottom line There are a few features that the iPhone X has that we'd love, such as the Portrait Mode Selfies and the improved Portrait Mode on the rear camera. The bigger screen on the smaller handset sounds great, but we feel it's a little spoiled by the notch and t...
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theaustralian.com.au
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
This is a modal window.Apple unveils the iPhone XThere's an old computing principle that I remember from student days called KISS — “keep it simple stupid”.It's originally a design principle from the US Navy. The hub of it is that the best system you desi...
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techadvisor.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
This year's new iPhones are here and there are three to choose from. They're all quite different so we compare the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X so you can decide which model to buy. How much you have to spend on a new smartphone is going to have...
Bottom line Which iPhone to buy is not an easy decision to make. If price is an issue then stick to the iPhone 8, otherwise the iPhone X is certainly the most attractive and exciting of the three. It's just a shame that it doesn't have Touch ID, the notch in the scre...
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mobilephones.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Build QualityPhone Set UpFeaturesCamera & VideoBattery LifeOur Apple iPhone X review highlights a stunning design that includes an all screen front face. Add onto this Augmented Reality gaming and apps, and we have one of, if not the, most exciting review...
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stuff.tv/my/
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The “One more thing” of any Apple event has to be something special, and that's exactly what we got with the iPhone X.Apple's dazzling handset offers so much more than the incremental updates we've been getting from our iPhones over the past few years, wi...
Bottom line The X is, without a doubt, the coolest iPhone Apple has ever made - but I'm not yet sure if it's a phone you won't be able to live without.All the extra bells and whistles are great, but they are exactly that: extras. The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus still get tha...
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itpro.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Sign up for our daily newsletter At its latest event, the first to take place in the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, Apple unveiled the iPhone X (pronounced iPhone 10) - its eye-wateringly expensive flagship handset released to mark the tenth anniversar...
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hardwarezone.com.my
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X looks far better in real life than the leaks made it out to be. We wasn't too impressed by the leaked renders, but the X looks and feels far better in person than they suggest. As the first iPhone without a Home button, the X signifies a land...
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stuff.tv
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The “One more thing” of any Apple event has to be something special, and that's exactly what we got with the iPhone X.Apple's dazzling handset offers so much more than the incremental updates we've been getting from our iPhones over the past few years, wi...
Good Gorgeous screen - even with the notch, Versatile camera takes great photos, Slick OS runs beautifully on powerful hardware...
Bad Apps look odd without updates, FaceID isn't 100% accurate, Super expensive...
Bottom line The X is, without a doubt, the coolest iPhone Apple has ever made - but I'm not yet sure if it's a phone you won't be able to live without. All the extra bells and whistles are great, but they are exactly that: extras. The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus still get t...
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alphr.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
At its latest event, the first to take place in the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, Apple unveiled the iPhone X (pronounced iPhone 10) - its eye-wateringly expensive flagship handset released to mark the tenth anniversary of the original. In recent year...
Bottom line At first glance, and feel, the iPhone X doesn't feel like an iPhone at all, and that's not a criticism. It feels luxurious, sturdy and expensive - which, at £999, it is.Samsung Galaxy Note 8 UK Sim Free Smartphone - Black£869.00 Buy nowThere are enough in...
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hardwarezone.com.my
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
1 / 16 Apple today announced the iPhone X, its most advanced iPhone yet. It features a 5.8-inch OLED edge-to-edge display, with a stainless steel frame running along the sides, and a glass back. As the first iPhone without the iconic Home...
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whathifi.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Despite all the leaks and rumours about the Apple iPhone X taking a bit of the edge off the global launch, a revamped iPhone is still headline news. And, Apple did have a couple of extra tricks up its sleeve. Here are our first impressions. The pictures...
Good Fantastic screen, Impressive audio, Impeccable performance, Attractive design & strong build, Great battery life...
Bad No headphone jack, FaceID not perfect...
Bottom line It might have waved goodbye to longstanding iPhone traditions such as the home button, and that notch won't please everyone, but the X more than makes up for it with the best screen Apple has ever fitted to a smartphone.Audio might not have received as mu...
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itnews.com.au
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Apple today released new iPhones including a costly top-end model with exclusive technologies such as facial recognition camera and organic LED display.The 5.8-inch iPhone X uses the latin numeral for 10, like Apple's OS X desktop operating system did unt...
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expertreviews.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X has a screen that occupies nearly the entirety of the phone’s frontage, it has an improved dual camera (now arranged vertically instead of horizontally) with better portrait features than before – and the price? Well, let’s just say that it’s...
Bottom line The new iPhone X unlocks with Face ID, has the largest display ever seen on an iPhone and dumps the home button...
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mobilesyrup.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Among a flurry of announcements today at Apple's new Steve Jobs Theatre, located within the company's new Cupertino-based spaceship-like Apple Park Office, one particular reveal stood out from the rest: the iPhone X.While many of the eagerly anticipated s...
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channelpro.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
06/02/2017: iPhone 7 helps Apple to record breaking quarterApple has reported its first sales increase in nine months thanks to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, with CEO Tim Cook saying Apple sold more iPhones than ever before in its latest quarter.Strong...
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gadgetscentral.co.uk
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The Apple's iPhone 7 has arrived, much has been said about its design, the absent headphone socket, and the fact that it's now waterproof, but is it actually any good?Following on from the iPhone 6 was a tall order, which the iPhone 6S struggled to live u...
Good waterproof, great cameras, good fingerprint scanner, premium build, good in-hand feel, Taptic Engine...
Bad no headphones port, cannot unlock the phone with gloves or within an armband case, expensive, no removable battery, no memory expansion, can't charge and listen to cabled headphones, poor battery life, slow charging...
Bottom line The iPhone 7 is a missed opportunity. Apart from a bit of fluff retention the fit and finish, the cameras, fingerprint scanner, snappy performance and waterproofing are all great. But what does it matter how good it is when the battery is dead?The battery...
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t3me.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Expert reviews...
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barefeats.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Posted October 19th, 2018 by rob-ART morgan, mad scientistToday the iPhone XR can be preordered. It has the same A12 processor as the iPhone XS Max, so we decided to celebrate by comparing the Geekbench CPU scores of the iPhone XS Max with the top Andro...
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phonearena.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Apple shook things up last year with the introduction of the iPhone X, a phone that ushered the company into a new era of smartphone design. It was pegged as the ultra-premium offering in Apple's lineup, a cut above the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, and introduc...
Good Relatively cheaper, Better camera, More storage options, Faster A12 chip...
Bottom line Before closing out this comparison, there's the matter of deciding a winner, right? If we're to simply go through all the categories and inspect the results, there's no arguing that the iPhone XS is the clear winner. From its improved water-resistant cons...
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zdnet.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Samsung has been making Android phones with wireless charging capability for years and Apple added it last year while Google and others have yet to fully embrace it as a standard feature. Enough devices I have and am testing have it that I attempted to on...
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arstechnica.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
A lot has changed in the decade since Apple shared its first iPhone with the world, but most people's relationships to their smartphones have not changed for a while. After an explosion of innovation, we've mostly seen incremental updates to processing po...
Good It features a large screen in a usable form factor, OLED and HDR make for a dramatically improved content viewing experience in most cases, The new A11 chip delivers industry-leading performance, Face ID and the TrueDepth sensor array introduce promising...
Bad iPhone battery life continues to disappoint, The OLED display exhibits noticeable color shifting, 8-bit color may limit the potential full impact of HDR, Availability of HDR content is limited at launch, A glass back puts the phone at risk when dropped, T...
Bottom line Some years ago, Apple acquired a reputation among tech enthusiasts, consumers, and business analysts alike for conjuring entire new product categories and frontiers. This was mostly mythology; Apple has rarely introduced products or features that were com...
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phonescoop.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
It's hard to find a poor performer among today's crop of flagship phones. But things do go downhill with some of the cheaper phones out there. If high-quality, on-the-go photography is more important to you than phone calls and text messages, buying a top...
Bottom line All three phones deliver outstanding results on average, and generally outperform competing models from other phone makers. That said, I think the Pixel 2 XL is the winner here, but only by the slightest margin. The S9+ comes in second. These two clearly...
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phonearena.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Samsung's Galaxy S9 and S9+ against Apple's iPhone X: that's a classic rivalry among the best in the field – like Lakers vs Celtics, Mercedes vs BMW, CIA vs KGB (oops, not that one) – and there is no need to tell you anything else to pique your interest...
Good Most compact for the screen size in their class, Good US pricing, Topshelf cameras, Very good sunlight visibility, Fast charging out of the box, Unique Face ID biometry and Animoji avatar features, Very good value retention, Bright, coloraccurate display...
Bottom line Samsung's Galaxy S9 and S9+ against Apple's iPhone X: that's a classic rivalry among the best in the field – like Lakers vs Celtics, Mercedes vs BMW, CIA vs KGB (oops, not that one) – and there is no need to tell you anything else to pique your interest.D...
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t3me.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Two flagships, one winner. Watch this video to see why the Huawei Mate 10 Pro triumphs over the Apple iPhone X...
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androidcentral.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
The iPhone X has been out for a few months now, and if you haven't heard, it's one of the biggest shifts in iPhone design since. well, the very first iPhone. Gone are the bezels, the home button, the headphone jack, and the fingerprint sensor — all tha...
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bgr.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Apple's tenth-anniversary iPhone X continues to get stellar reviews, but not only from gadget bloggers and Apple fans. There's another group that is absolutely enamored with Apple's latest and greatest iPhone: Android phone makers. Several Android phone c...
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dpreview.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
DPReview smartphone reviews are written with the needs of photographers in mind. We focus on camera features, performance, and image quality.The iPhone X is the newest flagship phone from Apple. It comes with twin optically stabilized 12MP rear cameras, a...
Good General shooting in good light, photos of people, those looking for excellent video quality...
Bad Good color and overall image quality, Dual cameras each offer stabilization, Portrait mode usually produces pleasing results, Innovative 'lighting' modes, Display has class-leading accuracy, contrast, color gamut, Front camera offers portrait mode, Very r...
Bottom line The iPhone X offers users a versatile, simple and powerful smartphone photography experience. Dual lenses give users zoom flexibility, the lighting effects present in Portrait mode are impressive, detail in video capture is excellent, and the beautiful di...
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macworld.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
There are certain Apple news cycles you can set your watch to. And since it's January, it's time for the Apple-is-slashing-production-of-its-newest-iPhone one. On the surface, the Nikkei Asian Review's report that Apple is slashing second-quarter iPhone...
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recombu.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Apple iPhone X review: The original iPhone has come to be regarded as one of those milestone products in Apple's illustrious history and ten years on the company is celebrating the OG's anniversary by releasing a device that marks the most significant shi...
Good Beautiful new design, Best-in-class display, Excellent cameras...
Bad The notch makes interaction difficult, Prohibitively expensive, No fast-charger in-box, Frame marks easily...
Bottom line Having dissected Apple's new £1000 iPhone the decision on whether to buy one or not really falls to your love of the brand and your allegiance to the iPhone line. Those who pre-ordered the X are probably happy with their purchase, those in need of convinc...
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engadget.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
I've been lugging around a DSLR ever since I conned my parents into buying me a Minolta Maxxum 5D in 2006, and let me tell you, that didn't win me any popularity points back in high school -- even if all my friends ended up with amazing MySpace profile pi...
Bottom line The Mate 10 Pro managed to surprise me. I think Huawei should ease up on the punchyness of the camera tuning, but the low-light photography, low-light video and portrait mode are awfully good in the right conditions. The Note 8 also surprised me, but with...
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t3me.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Beautiful imageryHuawei's been a pioneer on the dual camera front, and they do not disappoint on The Mate 10 Pro as well. Sure, the iPhone X comes with dual cameras as well, yet while Apple uses 12MP sensors with a f/1.8 + f/2.4 configuration, the Mate 10...
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cultofmac.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
Welcome to Cult of Mac ‘s Gadget of the Year extravaganza. Unlike some other blogs, where harassed writers get a last-minute order from the boss to come up with an end-of-year list, and then spend a half-hour writing up the first five Google results for t...
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cultofmac.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:54
It's been about a month since the release of the iPhone X and I've been using it every day as my daily driver. We've already reviewed it, and even pointed out its flaws, but I wanted to do a follow-up video to cover everything that's changed for me pers...
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tomsguide.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Although I don't need to force-quit apps often, I don't agree with Apple's decision to make you take an extra step to perform this task compared with the process on earlier phones. You need to long-press the display and then swipe up on the app's thumbnai...
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makeuseof.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Each year I review an iPhone, and each year my findings are usually the same: solid device, premium price point, but no huge change iPhone 7 Plus Review iPhone 7 Plus Review This year's iPhone 7 models break with convention. For the first time ev...
Bottom line It could be the most divisive iPhone yet, but we loved it. The biggest problem is the price, since you'll need deep pockets to afford and make the most out of the iPhone X...
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technobuffalo.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Do you remember the first time you used an iPhone? The excitement. The joy. The frustration.For millions of iPhone fans, using one has become instinctive, and a big reason for that is the home button, which is a simple concept for anyone to understand. No...
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techaeris.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Yes, we know this isn't the first iPhone X review but unlike other sites, we had to wait for ours. Hopefully, this iPhone X review will touch on some points others haven't and will be useful for you. The iPhone X is Apple's re-imagining of what an iPhone...
Good Beautiful OLED display a first on iPhone, Wireless charging, finally, Stainless steel and glass build quality, Face ID, Gestures are fluid and easy to learn, Speakers sound great, Optimized apps look amazing, Flagship quality camera...
Bad The camera hump is the worst design element, Apps that aren't optimized look horrible, Glass build is easier to break, iOS UI still lacks customization, Fast charging brick not included...
Bottom line There's so much to like about this phone but so much to dislike too. The screen is absolutely awesome, the build quality is second to none, the camera is still one of the best out there, iOS 11 is fluid and easy to use, and the phone performs as well as a...
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phonearena.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Exciting, appealing, futuristic – these are just some of the words we'd use to describe Apple's iPhone X. But so are “expensive” and “imperfect”, as those who have read our iPhone X review should know. Long story short, the iPhone X is a phone worth being...
Good Bright and coloraccurate display, Better fit in the hand, Superior cameras take great photos and videos, Loud and clear stereo speakers, Larger screen without a notch on it, Wideangle cameras can be useful, Fast charging out of the box, Cheaper, easier to...
Bottom line At $1000, the iPhone X is one of the most expensive phones around. While the LG V30 isn't cheap either, it costs $200 less, which is a considerable price gap – enough to get you 2 years of Spotify Premium or a decent budget backup phone like the Nokia 6 o...
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notebookcheck.net
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
No revolution. Apple launches the iPhone X for the iPhone's 10th birthday, which is sold in addition to the "regular" iPhones. The highlight is obviously the OLED screen with very slim bezels. The concept works really well in practice, and we did not miss...
Good great display with True Tone, powerful SoC, nice design, great build quality, fast Wi-Fi performance, Bluetooth 5.0, many supported LTE bands, very good dual-camera, IP67...
Bad comparatively heavy, storage cannot be expanded, only 12 months warranty, NFC functionality heavily limited, no stereo jack...
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phonearena.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Google's been seriously stepping up its smartphone game ever since the launch of the Pixel last year, and for its second generation of handsets, we're no longer just choosing between a big and a little model, but also between a Pixel with a conventional v...
Good More compact, efficient design, Performance edge, Zoom/portrait camera features, Comes with headphones, Bettersounding speakers, Effortless HQ camera, More affordable price point, Longer battery life/faster recharge times...
Bottom line When we're comparing any phone to the iPhone X, probably the most expensive mainstream phone we've ever covered, pricing absolutely has to come into consideration. If there's a big gulf between options, and the phones are otherwise similarly matched, it c...
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neowin.net
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
One could easily describe the design of Apple's iPhone as iconic. If you asked someone to draw you an iPhone, even a child, they would draw a rectangle with rounded corners, with a rectangle on it for the screen, and a small circle underneath the screen f...
Bottom line I'm going to be honest here; I really love this phone. Most people I know get a new iPhone and their number one complaint is that it just doesn't feel like a new phone. After all, why would it? The form factor is the same, as is the software. You probably...
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ign.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Finally, Apple has broken itself out of a four-year design rut with the iPhone X. On top of carrying over all the best features the iPhone 8 has to offer, this high-priced flagship phone removes the Home button that has defined the iPhone for a decade, in...
Bottom line The iPhone X is the first real shot in the arm Apple's line of phones has seen in years. Its OLED screen is gorgeous, its camera is top of the line, and Face ID works well enough that it feels like a slight improvement over a fingerprint scan. It takes a...
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ign.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
By Justin Rubio Be sure to visit IGN Tech for all the latest comprehensive hands-on reviews and best-of roundups. Note that if you click on one of these links to buy the product, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use.The iPhone...
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phonearena.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Apple has three new iPhones this year: the iPhone X, the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus. While all of them run on iOS and have identical hardware inside, only one of them feels genuinely new and that is the iPhone X. It has a fresh new “all-screen” des...
Bottom line So… what are the differences and which one should you get?Let's first look at the prices:iPhone 8: $700 for 64GB, $850 for 256GBiPhone 8 Plus: $800 for 64GB, $950 for 256GBiPhone X: $1,000 for 64GB, $1,150 for 256GBThese are the most expensive iPhones, an...
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computerworld.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Ten years ago, the original iPhone ushered in a new world for mobile computing and sparked the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) movement at work. Soon after it arrived, iPhones were showing up everywhere in the office, forcing companies to quickly scramble to...
Bottom line Show MoreTen years ago, the original iPhone ushered in a new world for mobile computing and sparked the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) movement at work. Soon after it arrived, iPhones were showing up everywhere in the office, forcing companies to quickly sc...
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bgr.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Apple is a company that usually isn't first. Not with larger-screen smartphones. Not with the switch to OLED panels. Certainly not the first to a 12 megapixel camera. Nope, not edge-to-edge displays. Wireless charging? You're dreaming. Widgets? It barely...
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91mobiles.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X (pronounced iPhone ten) marks the 10th anniversary of the iconic smartphone, and carries the tagline “say hello to the future”. The iPhone X ( first impressions ) therefore, defines the way how future iPhones will shape up. The latest flagshi...
Good Sexy, bexel-less design, Blazing-fast performance, Excellant cameras, Face ID works well, for the most part...
Bad The notch can affect media and gaming experience, iOS usage requires a learning curve, Average battery life, Pricey, Photos by Raj Rout, Top Alternatives, Facebook Comments, ShareTweet...
Bottom line The iPhone X is a strange beast – it scores in almost all respects, yet has its share of quirks. Personally, I like the fact that it's much more compact in comparison to the Plus-sized iPhones I have been using so far, yet offers a bigger screen. I can un...
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imore.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
I was lacing up my skates to test the floor when the iPhone X hit Apple Store shelves. It's the first time my secret life as a skater for a top 10 roller derby team has directly interfered with my work at iMore — I had my husband pick up my iPhone X in Ma...
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macworld.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
This is it—the iPhone that longtime Apple users have been waiting for. The iPhone X brings back the thrill of the original iPhone, which was introduced 10 years ago. It breathes new life into the product line with an eye toward the future, while providing...
Good Gorgeous OLED display, Face ID works better than expected, Excellent photo quality, Greatly improved processing speed...
Bad Expensive, Mixed results with Portrait Lighting, Extra caution needs to be taken with the allglass design...
Bottom line 2017 marks the tenth anniversary of the iPhone. What I remember most about the first iPhone was my sense of astonishment. Sure, it had its flaws, but I felt like I was holding the future of computing in the palm of my hand.However, with each new g...
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phonearena.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Today, smartphones are more accessible than they've ever been before. For $100 or less, you can take home a brand-new handset that's more than ready to get you online, connect you with all your favorite social media, and even snap some decent-looking phot...
Good Raw performance, Speaker quality, Onehand friendly option, More polished software experience, Stylus input, Fast recharge times, Storage expansion, Headphone jack...
Bottom line When you're spending around $1,000 for a smartphone, you're going to want to have a lot to like – and both of these handsets very much deliver. They're at the top of their games in performance, camera quality, visuals, and offering software that feels cus...
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ilounge.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
For the past ten years, Apple has taken a largely iterative approach to the iPhone's iconic design. While the design aesthetic changed with new models, from the sandwiched glass design of the iPhone 4 era to the very thin rounded edges of the iPhone 6 and...
Good Face ID is a game changer. New Super Retina OLED screen provides a whole new level of display quality. iPhone “Plus” duallens camera system in an iPhone 8sized package. Wider aperture and OIS on 2X lens should provide better 2X photos. Front TrueDepth cam...
Bad The higher aspect ratio means the screen isn't actually larger than the iPhone Plus models, despite the larger diagonal. The front TrueDepth camera notch and rear camera bump detract from an otherwise great aesthetic. Lack of Touch ID makes Apple Pay slig...
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phonescoop.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X is for Apple lovers who want something fresh to admire and show off. It's the first genuinely new smartphone design from Apple since the 2014 iPhone 6, and that makes it compelling in its own right. Toss in advanced features such as Face ID...
Bottom line The iPhone X is the most interesting iPhone to arrive in years. It gets rid of the ugly bezels and moves to a (mostly) all-screen design that's devoid of buttons. Apple designed a high-quality, compact, and usable piece of hardware that should appeal to a...
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phonearena.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
An iPhone X-periment Apple used to give us a fresh-looking iPhone once every two years. Then the iPhone 6 came along, and the company decided it could afford to lower the pacing a bit. The 6s arrived on schedule, then the 7 followed; and now we even have...
Good Exciting new formfactor, Best in class performance, Best in class speakers, Face ID authentication is a winner, Stateoftheart camcorder...
Bad The notch design is controversial, Most apps & games are yet to be optimized for the new screen, Feels like a work in progress, Very high price...
Bottom line We're used to experiencing the iPhone as a service – something that just works, and you get to upgrade from time to time, enjoying a seamless boost across all fields like design, display, camera, performance, etc. The iPhone X doesn't exactly fit into thi...
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9to5mac.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X's camera has been put to the test in several different scenarios so far. Adding to that list is a new review from photographer Austin Mann, who took the iPhone X on a trip through Guatemala. Tim Cook shared Mann's review in a tweet this eve...
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photographyblog.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X is Apple's 10th anniversary iPhone. Announced at the same time as the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus, but going on sale a little later, the device is Apple's flagship phone and features all of its latest camera technology. On the back of the...
Bottom line The phone camera market has never been stronger than it is today. There are a number of devices with extremely well-performing cameras currently on the market, which not only appeal to average users, but also those who are enthusiast photographers...
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imore.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
By this point, you probably know that the iPhone X is the most expensive iPhone Apple has ever offered — and you might also have heard that it's the best iPhone the company has ever made. Both of these things are true. The question, then, asks itself: is...
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macworld.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
We've had a few days with the iPhone X, so we're going to talk about our experiences. We also feature your comments and questions for Macworld's Roman Loyola, Jason Cross, Michael Simon, and Dan Masaoka in the Macworld Podcast, episode 581. Here are...
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toptenreviews.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Released less than two months after the impressive iPhone 8 and 8 Plus to mark the tenth anniversary of the iPhone, Apple's iPhone X was constantly dogged by the question "But is it really worth the $1,000 price tag?" The short answer is yes. The iPhone...
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toptenreviews.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Smartphones are essential for most of us. For the best results, you need a top cell phone carrier, too...
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camerajabber.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Apple's 10th anniversary iPhone has all the big specifications you'd expect of a £1,000+ phone.In terms of the photographic features, it's got dual cameras – one featuring a wide-angle (28mm equivalent) f/1.8 lens, and the other a telephoto 56mm (equiva...
Bottom line As is always the case with Apple devices, there has been a huge amount of hype and hyperbole surrounding the iPhone X. The good news is that the camera is not only the best that Apple has ever produced, but is also one of the best currently on the market...
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cultofmac.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Smartphones are changing, and every manufacturer possesses its own take on what the future should look like. Apple's vision is the iPhone X, which arrives 10 years after the original with big changes and an even bigger price tag.The result proves stunning...
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dxomark.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Marking the 10th anniversary of iPhone, the launch of the iPhone X was hugely significant for Apple, so getting the camera specifications and performance right was crucial. The iPhone X features a very similar dual-cam setup to its sister model, the iPhon...
Good Accurate color rendering and white balance in most lighting conditions, Good exposure with fast convergence during lighting changes, Fast and accurate autofocus performance, Effective stabilization, Good detail preservation...
Bad High-frequency oscillations during walking movements, Luminance noise visible in low light, Slight loss of sharpness during tracking in low light...
Bottom line With all of the analyses completed, the scores calculated, and the results verified, the iPhone X turns in an excellent result, delivering outstanding images for smartphone photography enthusiasts. It's exceptional for stills, achieving the best Photo sub...
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t3me.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Embrace the notch.Every year you'd probably always hear how Apple's current iPhone is always the best one. That's always true, and the same goes with every other flagship released in that year. Since its debut in 2007, the iPhone has ushered a new generat...
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bgr.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Apple's iPhone X is here! I hate it!Okay, so I don't really hate it all that much anymore, but I did hate it. Everything about it seemed like a compromise that I really wasn't willing to make. The notch, the disappearance of Touch ID, a whole new bunch of...
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macrumors.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Travel photographer Austin Mann often goes hands-on with new iPhone models to test their camera performance in real world situations, and with the iPhone X, he went to Guatemala to evaluate its new features and its capabilities compared to previous iPhone...
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slashgear.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Over the past few years I've openly cheated on my iPhones with Android and, on few occasions, with Windows Phone. Moving forward, as much as a serial cellular cheater can, I can see myself being monogamous with the iPhone X. Apple's most controversial sma...
Good New OLED display is beautiful, Bezel-less design makes a big screen usable, A11 Bionic processor is screaming-fast, TrueDepth camera could be a game-changer...
Bad It's expensive, Face ID has a learning curve, The 'notch, Apple repairs are more expensive than any other iPhone...
Bottom line There's something both familiar and foreign about the iPhone X. On the one hand, it conjures memories of earlier iPhones, with aesthetic cues borrowed from the past ten years of designs. At the same time, though, the hardware has been pushed back to the p...
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bgr.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Apple did things a little differently this year when it comes to early iPhone access. The usual suspects who get to experience and review the latest iPhone before everyone else gets theirs were more or less shunned in favor of YouTube influencers. I say m...
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engadget.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
After years of mostly iterative design changes, Apple has changed what it means for an iPhone to be an iPhone. Home button? Forget it. Touch ID? Old hat. Bezels? You get where I'm going with this. And to be totally frank, when Apple first revealed the iPh...
Good Impeccable build quality, Face ID generally works well, Great performance, Good main cameras get even better...
Bad The lack of a home button takes some getting used to, Not all apps use the whole screen, Portrait selfies are hit-or-miss, Battery life could be better...
Bottom line At the end of the day, here's what you've got to remember: this isn't just an expensive, ambitious offshoot of the classic iPhone lineage. It's the future of the iPhone itself. And to be clear, Apple didn't get absolutely everything right. The notch is we...
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appleinsider.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Apple's iPhone X introduces the next decade of iOS. It pairs an advanced, full-face display with a strikingly beautiful glass and steel design. It invents new multitouch alternatives to the Home button and introduces an advanced TrueDepth 3D camera system...
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macworld.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Did you order your iPhone X? How did it go? The first iPhone X reviews are out; we talk about what the reviewers are experiencing. Apple updated iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS. And we also feature your comments and questions for Macworld's Roman Loyola, L...
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bgr.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
It's the first Tuesday before a new iPhone drops, which means it's time to go through the first early reviews. A handful of lucky journalists and bloggers got their iPhone X units already, and have opinions to share about Apple's best iPhone ever.However...
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imore.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Day one of many with Apple's all-new iPhone X.For over a decade, iPhone has embodied modern mobile computing. iPhone 8, launched last month, is the culmination of that Home-button-and-bezel vision, of everything that's come before. iPhone X (pronounced "...
Bottom line iPhone X is new. It's different. And when you have hundreds of millions of people used to the way things are, some of them won't appreciate or simply won't yet be ready for the new and different. That's why Apple is also offering iPhone 8, which has sever...
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macrumors.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Apple has lifted its embargo for iPhone X reviews today after providing many media outlets with the device less than 24 hours ago. MacRumors is combing through the first impressions published so far to find interesting tidbits about the iPhone X, and...
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bgr.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Looking back at the long and illustrious history of the iPhone, the iPhone X represents an inflection point of sorts. While we've seen dramatic iPhone upgrades in the past, the iPhone X undeniably marks the most radical transformation of the iPhone we've...
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bgr.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Back in the summer of 2007, technology journalist Steven Levy was one of the first to publish a pre-release review of the original iPhone. Now, over ten years later, Apple has teamed up with Levy once again, giving him the opportunity to share his though...
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tomsguide.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Smartphone makers have spoken, and bezels are out. All five of these flagship phones feature minimal bezels, though in the case of the Pixel 2XL, they're still pretty noticeable. The other four phones offer edge-to-edge displays, with the iPhone X includi...
Bottom line Add it all up, and Samsung's phones remain a cut above, sharing top honors for design and display. The Galaxy S8+ gets the nod over the Note 8, because it's a little less expensive and you're more likely to find a deal on this slightly older phone. Even i...
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tomsguide.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
The iPhone X's edge-to-edge display has captured most of the attention this iPhone launch season, but the elegant glass back is just as stunning as the nearly bezel-free front. Apple extended that all-glass aesthetic to its entire 2017 lineup, including t...
Bottom line We still need to run a multitude of tests on the iPhone X, but it edges out the iPhone 8 Plus when it comes to design, display and camera quality. If you don't want to spend $1,000 on an iPhone, or if the thought of dealing with launch-day lines or a pote...
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macworld.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
For the first time, Apple has not just two sizes of its newest iPhone, but two distinctly different iPhones. There's the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus, which keep the same form-factor we know and love, Retina display, Home button, and all. And then ther...
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pcmag.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
Apple's iPhone X ("Ten" not "Ex") puts the company's best face forward. It goes all-in on an all-screen design, and features newly stabilized dual cameras to perform better in low light. The gorgeous new phone's most cutting-edge feature is Face ID, a set...
Good Updated design, Fast processor, Excellent screen, First-of-its-kind augmented reality front camera...
Bad Very expensive, Screen cutout may block some content, Not the fastest modem...
Bottom line The iPhone X sets the stage for Apple's next decade, with a sharp new design and a future focus on augmented reality...
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goodhousekeeping.com
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2019-12-08 13:23:55
It's been a decade since the iconic and game-changing iPhone's initial debut, and to mark its anniversary, Apple has unveiled three new versions: the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the all-new iPhone X.The iPhone 8 is similar to what many people have, but it...
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