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Apple iPhone X; Smartphones

Apple iPhone X; Smartphoneshttp://sea.pcmag.com/apple-iphone-x/17424/review/apple-iphone-xThe iPhone X sets the stage for Apple’s next decade, with a sharp new design and a future focus on augmented reality.

iPhone X review: The best iPhone challenges you to think different - CNET

iPhone X review: The best iPhone challenges you to think different – CNEThttps://www.cnet.com/products/apple-iphone-x/review/?ftag=CAD1acfa04&bhid=27170905380744054130315685538756iPhone X is an overdue and winning evolution of the iPhone, but you’ll need to leave your comfort zone to make a jump into the face-recognizing future.

iPhone X review: Embrace the new normalhttps://www.engadget.com/2017/11/03/apple-iphone-x-review/The future of the iPhone here, and we spent a week with it.

What Apple Won't Tell You About iPhone X Apps - Apple iPhone 8 Plus

What Apple Won’t Tell You About iPhone X Apps – Apple iPhone 8 Plushttp://sea.pcmag.com/apple-iphone-8-plus/18124/news/what-apple-wont-tell-you-about-iphone-x-appsMany apps need to be updated to look good, or even to work at all, on the iPhone X.

https://www.wired.com/2017/11/review-iphone-x/?mbid=nl_110317_daily_list1_p2FaceID is not quite there yet. I’ve been using the iPhone X for a week, and found Face ID a study in compromise. For every tap it removes, the X makes your life harder by forcing you to lean in a little just to unlock it. For every feeling of focus that comes with the big, bezel-less screen, there’s a shock back to reality from a hideously unoptimized app.

iPhone X Teardown – iFixithttps://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/iPhone+X+Teardown/98975?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=110417_Newsletter_iPhoneX&utm_content=110417_Newsletter_iPhoneX+CID_1ffe1c0bef8ff1c98d4380c135d0bfc8&utm_source=CampaignMonitor&utm_term=See%20the%20teardownTeardown of the iPhone X November 3, 2017 in Sydney.

The iPhone at 10: evolution of the Apple smartphone – in pictures

by Samuel Gibbs @ theguardian.com

Apple CEO Steve Jobs kicked it all off in 2007, but since then the iPhone has seen size, shape, capability and feature changes, from apps, Siri, retina screens, waterproofing and headphone socket removal. Here’s how the iPhone has evolved over the last 10 years.

What to Expect for Experience Design in 2017

by Fabricio Teixeira @ rgabydesign.com

Every new year brings new challenges for UX Designers. Culture evolves, new technologies arise, the way people engage with digital services changes, and so do the expectations they have about the products they use everyday.

Part of our job as experience designers is to always be one step ahead of those transformations, in a process of constantly challenging our thinking and the things we make. This approach is called synchronous design, and it helps us stay ahead in a world of proliferating innovations in mobile, social, and connected devices. What are the some of the evolving behaviors and needs of the consumers we’re designing for?