Posted June 26, 2019 09:03:03By now, you’ve probably noticed that I’ve spent the last couple of months on the iPhone X. I’ve seen many comparisons to the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, but what has been the most striking aspect of this new phone is the difference between it and the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
The difference, I think, is simply that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 Plus were both made with the same materials and came with the exact same battery and chip.
That makes them essentially identical.
The iPhone X is not that.
Apple’s new phone uses a metal and glass design.
There’s no back plate, which means it won’t come with a SIM card.
And while it uses the same battery as the iPhone’s previous two models, the X has a new, much larger battery.
There are other differences as well.
While the iPhone has a larger display than the iPhone and iPhone 8, the iPhone is also a bit taller.
And unlike the iPhone, the new phone has a rear camera.
In theory, the phone should offer the same camera performance as the older iPhone, and in practice it hasn’t.
The camera has been improved to a better, more accurate one, but the sensor itself is still not nearly as good as the one on the previous generation iPhone.
I think Apple has really just made the iPhone more expensive to use, and it’s only going to be a matter of time before it makes the same mistake with the iPhone 9.