Apple's hot new iPhone X has it all. From design and display quality to features and performance, the tenth-anniversary iPhone is a class-leading smartphone through and through. The design in particular has been praised to no end. In fact, even some of the iPhone X's harshest critics (myself included) have come around to love the controversial "notch" design with the phone's display.
Of course, the sleek design and gorgeous display are only half of the equation here. The software side of the user experience is even more important, and the iPhone X delivers there as well. Benchmark test scores are off the charts, and we've seen time and time again what the iPhone X's A11 Bionic processor is capable of. But savvy Apple fans know that despite how impressive the iPhone X's performance is compared to most devices out there, there's something that has been holding the phone back. Now, that issue has caused the iPhone X to lose its title as the reigning speed test champ.
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