The iPhone X is here, and certain enough, it’s a showstopper: Apple has finally revamped a iPhone after a few years of adhering with a same design.
It’s a outrageous shift, though, dropping a home symbol in foster of gesture-driven navigation, facial approval for security, and an all-screen face. It’s also gorgeous, though, and feels like a truly exciting, ultra-premium ascent we’ve been expecting for some time now.
Still, with that £999 starting price, it won’t be for everybody – and while there are many reasons because we adore a phone, there are also constrained reasons to cruise other options. What’s good and what still needs work in a subsequent edition? Here’s the rundown.