The iPhone X launched a week ago today, and as more people get their hands on the hardware, it’s possible that issues will arise.
iPhone X: Everything You Need to Know!
An increasing number of iPhone X and iPhone 8 owners have been complaining about the YouTube app consuming excessive power on their handset running iOS 11.1 and iOS 11.1. The excessive use of resources by the YouTube app is also leading to many iPhones getting unnecessarily warm or hot.
Apple has confirmed the issue of the iPhone X screen becoming unresponsive in cold weather and confirmed that it is working on fixing the issue. Many iPhone X owners living in colder parts of the world have been complaining about the screen on their handset not working within seconds of them stepping out from the comfort of their home to the cold weather outside.
The iPhone X launched earlier this month, but the rumor mill (and, sometimes, the renders created as byproducts of that cycle) refuse to give up on what’s next.
Apple’s design chief, Jony Ive, sat down with Wallpaper* to discuss Apple’s newest designs: The iPhone X and their brand new spaceship campus.
The iPhone X looks beautiful not just from the outside but from inside as well. As a teardown of the handset had revealed, the iPhone X features a stacked motherboard and dual-cell battery to make maximum use of the internal space.
The 2018 iPad Pro lineup is said to boast quite a few changes, taking design lessons from the recently launched iPhone X.
Warby Parker has just updated its iPhone app with an interesting new feature exclusively for iPhone X owners. Leveraging the TrueDepth API, the app can now take a map of your face and suggest the ideal fit for eyeglasses. It’s a game changing update, and something that could make lives a lot easier for those who shop online for glasses. The feature appears to be limited to the eyeglasses section for now.
iPhone X brings iPad Pro’s True Tone display technology to the iPhone. The feature subtly chances your display’s color temperature depending on your surroundings. So if you step into a dimly lit room, the iPhone X’s screen will get slightly warmer (yellower). This effect is so subtle that you usually don’t even know when it’s active.