Is the iPhone X Even Worth It?? Reply

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Kevin Luu

Well first, we need to understand the history of the iPhone X. The technology made in the iPhone X started back in 2012.

Rumors of the new iPhone design began when the iPhone 7’s announcement, and it escalated when a hack on the HomePod firmware suggested that Apple would release the new iPhone. That was the iPhone X.

There are two types of the phone, one with sixty-four gigabytes, and one with two hundred fifty-six gigabytes.

Let’s get into the box that comes with the phone. It comes with a  wall charger, wired EarPods, and the dongle.

Just like the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 8, there’s no headphone jack, so if you want to use your traditional headphones, you need the dongle. Otherwise, you can use the lightning headphones, and then the lightning cable for syncing to your computer or charging.

The durability of the iPhone X isn’t too impressive. Since it was made from metal and glass, it can break easily, but Apple says that this glass is “the most durable” ever used in a phone. At least it is more durable than the iPhone 8.

The iPhone X has great reviews from people. From the website TechRadar, it said, “The iPhone X was a huge gamble from Apple, but one that really paid off. Losing the home button and altering the design was a dangerous move, but one that was sorely needed after years of similarity and the premium design, extra power, all-screen front mix together to create – by far – the best iPhone.”

However, there are problems, such as people who can’t receive calls, and people complaining about the call quality, just to name a couple.

Ultimately, you’ll have to decide whether to buy it or not.

Have a good one Stacey students.

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