We’ve all heard the words “iPhone X” in the last couple of weeks.
We’re also all aware that, if you haven’t, the iPhone has been getting an overhaul.
The most obvious change: the phone itself.
This iPhone X review is going to talk about the phone, and the software that makes it all happen.
The iPhone X has a new camera, a new Home button, a completely redesigned interface, and a completely new design.
But it also has the iPhone in a whole bunch of other places.
So let’s take a look at what’s changed.
First up, Apple is bringing back the Home button.
If you haven to use the Home Button to make a phone call or open a message, that’s OK.
It’ll be back in a few weeks, and it’ll be accessible by swiping right on the Home icon.
But what’s different with the Home is that you can now press the Homebutton multiple times and still have it work in reverse.
“Home is not the same as Home button” is the slogan.
Instead, you’ll see the HomeButton as a circular icon with three sides.
You can click on the icon to take you to the Home page, and then you can swipe down to see the next page of contacts, or you can tap the icon twice to open up the settings page.
The Home button will also be on the Lock screen, and you can even tap it to unlock the device.
That’s a pretty major update to the home screen, though there’s one big caveat: it’s not the full home screen.
Instead, it’s just the bottom section.
It’s just Home and apps.
You can’t see all of the apps that are on the home page, but you can sort of see all the apps on the left side of the screen.
And you can also use the iPhone’s “Touch ID” fingerprint reader to unlock your iPhone.
Now, the new Home page isn’t all that different from the previous Home page.
But there are some new features: First, there’s the “All Apps” section.
This is the home of all the different apps you’ve installed on your iPhone, and all the content you’ve downloaded.
I think that’s important.
If you’ve always been using apps you installed by the Home app, this will help you navigate to them in a more useful way.
Another feature is the “Find My Friends” section, which shows you all the people in your iPhone’s address book.
Third, the “Apps” section has a page for the “My Music” section and the “Music” section for the other sections.
That way, if there are many of these pages, it’ll make it easier to navigate to the other pages and get to the apps you need.
Fourth, you can use the new Settings page to tweak some of the settings on the phone.
Fifth, the camera is different.
When you first open up an app, it will only take photos.
With the iPhone 8, Apple has also included a new “Depth of Field” slider that lets you tweak the exposure and focus of the camera.
On top of that, you also have a “Focus Mode” button that lets users choose whether they want to capture more photos or focus on the subject.
These are some of Apple’s new features.
For a long time, I thought that Apple had taken the iPhone camera to a whole new level with the iPhone 7s.
But this is a major step forward.
Apple’s camera has always been a bit of a work in progress.
In the past, it was a little bit too expensive for what it was capable of, and there were problems with the camera’s image stabilization, which was sometimes problematic.
A lot of people complained about the iPhone Camera app’s lack of customization.
Then, the Pixel C came out, which took the camera to an entirely new level.
Apple’s phones always had a camera app, and now the iPhone is taking the camera even further.
There are a lot of camera apps, and some of them are good.
However, many of them do have one big problem: they’re limited.
They only have the basics of what you want, like white balance and ISO, and they’re very limited in how they work.
iPhone X’s camera app is actually pretty good.
It’s a very good app.
Like the iPhone 6s, iPhone X’s Camera app has all the basic features you need to take good photos.
You can adjust the aperture, white balance, and ISO.
You even get exposure compensation, which allows you to adjust exposure for each photo.
But, it lacks the most important part of the iPhone app: a focus mode.
Apple has also brought in some really cool filters, and that includes an 8-bit “true-color” filter