Apple Posts Guided Tour of the iPhone X [Video]

Apple Posts Guided Tour of the iPhone X [Video]

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Apple has posted a guided tour of the new iPhone X.

iPhone X has a lot of amazing new features like Face ID, Animoji, and Portrait Lighting and new gestures you can use to get around. See how easy they are to use.

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Ocanefun - November 5, 2017 at 9:16pm
I used it just a while yesterday. I could get used to it quickly. However, it is slow when you try to switch between apps and I do not like the fact that you have to actually hold it some Moore and then click the minis sign to close the stupid app. I found those two extra little steps annoying for some reason. Also, the animojis are smaller than what they appear on these presentations. More importantly, the screen is small. It is still not as wide as the ones with he plus and the dimensions feel small. I can not wait until they make a larger version of this phone! That would be awesome. Just slightly larger and wider would work wonders. Because right now the screen does not really take up the whole front. Other than that, I enjoyed playing around with it very much and found the features to be easy. The camera features did not all work as with the presentations either, but when they did, they were very nice. I still plan on getting one a little later during December.
Ocanefun - November 5, 2017 at 9:17pm
I meant minus sign not minis.
odedoo1 - November 3, 2017 at 10:32pm
About 3 months ago when I started using the iPhone X it took me about a week to totally get the hang of the gestures, that now when I help people with older iPhones I keep making mistakes ( gestures where there are none ) no big deal but what I'm trying to say is that getting used to it is quick and easy, the only gesture that really suck is pulling down the notifications from the top left side which kind of forces you to use your second hand.
kenreaves - November 5, 2017 at 12:51pm
this is the reason why i'm still sticking to my 4" iphone 5S :D you can do everything with just one hand.