The iPhone X’s design is a bold departure from the iPhone 8, which Apple unveiled back in May.
The phone comes in two colors, a dark-gray and a light-gray, and features a metallic frame and a rounded, diamond-shaped OLED display.
The front of the iPhone X sports a trio of cameras, including a 12MP front-facing camera, a 5MP selfie camera, and a 5.5MP front camera.
The iPhone 8 featured a 5 MP front camera, but that camera only captured 1080p video, which was only available for 720p video.
On the front of this phone, there’s a notch on the top of the phone that allows you to take an angled photo with the camera.
When I first saw the iPhone 10, I was a bit skeptical, because the iPhone 9 had a similar design, but I’ve since grown to like the new iPhone.
As a result, I’m happy to report that the iPhone 11 is a lot of fun to use, and it’s really easy to navigate and navigate.
The best parts of the new design are the metal-framed front camera and the rounded corners around the display.
You can see the design at work on the front camera in this GIF.
On top of that, the phone comes with a circular earpiece that sits on top of a pair of earphones, and the phone’s fingerprint scanner is a touch-screen, too.
The bottom of the device is where the phone will dock, but the fingerprint scanner will not dock on the iPhone Pro, so you’ll need to replace the battery on the phone if you want to take a selfie.
It also comes with wireless charging, which is an upgrade over previous models.
The device also comes in three colors, with a black model featuring the new silver-colored iPhone X and a silver model featuring an all-black iPhone X Plus.
A few other notable details of the design include the fact that the top-facing speakers are all on the bottom of this device, and you can toggle between the three-color and four-color models, too, if you so desire.
I’m glad that Apple is allowing you to do this, because if you’re in a hurry to get to the front or back of your phone, it can be frustrating to have to flip between the colors.
You could also use the volume keys to adjust the volume of the camera, which I prefer.
The camera on the new device is also a bit bigger, with the lens at the top and bottom of its frame.
The top camera is a 12 megapixel sensor with optical image stabilization, which means it captures very fast, detailed stills.
The photo quality is excellent.
The image quality on the rear is similar, with an 8 megapixel camera with a dual-LED flash, a wide-angle lens, and 4K video.
The video quality on this device is actually better than the iPhone 7 Plus’ video, but still not up to the level of the Apple iPhone X. I think Apple has made the right decision with the new camera.
It’s not as sharp as the iPhone camera, though, so it’s easier to take stills, and I found that taking stills was a little harder on the camera than I expected.
But it does capture some decent stills and is a much more usable camera than the Apple camera on previous iPhones.
The only thing that I would change about this camera is that I found it a little annoying that the phone would freeze up on me after taking a few photos.
I’ll definitely be keeping an eye out for when the iPhone is officially announced, and if it ever does release, I’ll be able to give my feedback on how it performs.
The other major design change that I’ve noticed is the design of the display, which has been redesigned from the bottom up.
The back of the screen is now surrounded by a transparent panel that is curved to allow the iPhone to slide over and flip over.
This is a welcome change for many users, as it allows the phone to slide in between the back and the sides without it feeling too cramped.
I like how the phone is able to slip over and over and also slide off the sides, so there’s no need to worry about the phone sliding off the display when you’re holding it up.
This new design is great for the display because it means you can use your fingers to interact with the screen without having to worry that it’ll feel too tight.
I also like that it’s made of metal.
I don’t normally use plastic for phones, but for a device that’s meant to be used for photo calls, it’s nice to see Apple take the plunge.
I would have preferred the metal back, but Apple did a good job of making the phone feel solid and comfortable.
It looks really nice, too: The back is also made of glass, which makes it feel more durable.
The rear glass on