On September 12 Apple presented the 2018 iPhone lineup made of iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max ( nicknamed iPhone Christmas) and the iPhone Xr.
The iPad came out in 2010 and it was a flat screen surrounded by wide bezels with a home button. Thick and very heavy, it was capable of just basic functions and iOS was not optimized for the larger screen. Honestly, even today with iOS 12 soon to be released, the operating system should be further enhanced.
Our life is now in a world made by 0 and 1. It looks like this, like an hard disc.
When iPhone SE was announced back in 2016 I was surprised.
The only not flagship iPhone that came out was the iPhone 5c (as for color). Presented together with the iPhone 5s it had the one year old A6 chip and no Touch ID. It was a flop, bad design, lousy specs at a excessive price.
The SE instead is basically an iPhone 6s enclosed in an iPhone 5 body. Continue reading “iPhone SE, is it worth it in 2018?”
In the review of iPhone X i praised the new form factor, the camera, some aspects of the screen and speed but I expressed my concerns over the Face ID, the software and the ghosting of the screen.
I was not completely satisfied and the wow effect left place for some frustration, which should not come with such a premium price.
That’s why i went back to something familiar that doesn’t stop innovation.
When you first give a glance at the box of the iPhone X you sense that there’s something different, that screen has no bezels, has rounded corners and there’s a little black space in the top middle between two “ears”. But it is only when you turn the screen on that you experience that WOW effect we are so addicted to. Continue reading “iPhone X | Review”
Jonathan Ive is Apple’s Chief Design Officer. Jony is responsible for all design at Apple, including the look and feel of Apple hardware, user interface, packaging, major architectural projects such as Apple Park and Apple’s retail stores, as well as new ideas and future initiatives.
“Say hello to the future” Apple says. But future can wait for now as the iPhone X will be available in November. In the meantime we can console ourselves with the iPhone 8 and 8s which go on preorders on September 15 and on sale on the 22nd. X as ten, ten years from the so far so close 2007 when Steve Jobs introduced the very first iPhone. The iPhone X is the first one that completely change the user experience, Continue reading “iPhone X | First impressions”
With a few hours to go the hype for the September keynote is off the charts. Apple will introduce the new iPhone 8/8s and the long-awaited iPhone X. A new Apple Watch with LTE capabilities, an Apple TV with 4K and HDR support and a subtle update to the AirPods are also likely to be on the menu. We’ll be live and constantly updating here.
With a few hours to go for the presentation of the iPhone 8/8 Plus and the iPhone X we know pretty much everything about the technology of the iPhone 7. I’d like to make some reflections about its design and how it could evolve in the new iPhones.
Since the first iPhone the front hasn’t changed much. Continue reading “iPhone 7 Design between present and future “