Apple will be enabling faster 7.5W wireless charging on the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X with the upcoming iOS 11.2 update. Right now, wireless charging on all the three handsets is capped at 5W.
iPhone X: Everything You Need to Know!
The iPhone X is Apple’s vision for the future. The next 10 years of development. It’s the device that shoulders a lot of weight, and one that, in most cases, can handle it. But that doesn’t mean everything is rainbows and unicorns with Apple’s first go at this major redesign.
Apple changed things up with the iPhone X, adopting a new design, and, much to the delight of customers, an OLED display.
Face ID is one of the key new highlights of the iPhone X. Apple is so confident about the facial recognition prowess of Face ID that it did not bother putting a Touch ID scanner on the iPhone X. The move was initially met with a lot of scepticism as most consumers were worried about just how secure and reliable Face ID was going to be.
While a lot has been said about the annoying notch on the iPhone X, Apple has been relatively quiet on the matter, preferring to stick to the design narrative. However, it seems like the company is mindful of the criticism that this particular feature is getting by allowing an app called “Notch Remover” on the App Store.
It’s been more than a week since the iPhone X launched worldwide, but we’ve already started to hear some of the problems that owners are facing with Apple’s new flagship model such as the green lines on display and the display becoming unresponsive for a few seconds in cold weather.
The iPhone X has been on the market for just about two weeks now. Since its launch, plenty of issues have been discovered with the device. Not all of them are particularly major though, with some being too small to matter while others will require a software fix from Apple.
The iPhone X looks downright beautiful with its bezel-less Super Retina HD display at the front, steel chassis, and the glass back. YouTuber EverythingApplePro, however, has taken things to the next level by giving his iPhone X a totally transparent rear panel.
Ever since Apple unveiled the iPhone X with only Face ID, there has been a lot of concerns about just how secure the technology is. Various other forms of facial recognition used by Android OEMs were found to be subpar in terms of security and could be easily fooled using a photo.