It's only Monday, so it's a bit early to state conclusively that the article linked within this post is the most ridiculous thing you'll read all week. We're going to go out on a limb, however, and say that it is highly unlikely that anything will top it. Late last year, Apple finally released the completely redesigned iPhone that fans had been anxiously awaiting for years. Dubbed iPhone X to mark the tenth anniversary of Apple's first iPhone, the handset is a bold reimagining of the iPhone experience. Beyond the new hardware design, the handset ditches Apple's iconic home button and replaces its functionality with a series of gestures. Touch ID was also abandoned in the new iPhone X, paving the way for Apple's new Face ID authentication technology.
For some iPhone users, the iPhone X is a lot to take in at once. It changes the iPhone user experience on so many levels, and it may come as something of a shock after Apple used almost the exact same iPhone design for three consecutive years. But is it a failure?
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Apple’s iPhone X was just called one of 2017’s ‘biggest, baddest hardware failures’ originally appeared on BGR.com on Mon, 8 Jan 2018 at 13:59:05 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.