In addition to games and movies, IGN often has its own attitude to hardware and electronics, and today they scored an 8.5 point for apple’s new flagship iPhone X.
IGN (formerly Imagine Games Network) is an American video game and entertainment media company operated by IGN Entertainment Inc., a subsidiary of Ziff Davis and wholly owned by j2 Global.
They fully affirmed the iPhone X bring progress: the iPhone X change is rather large, remove the face recognition, fingerprint to switch to remove the Home button to full screen, but also keep all advantages of on the iPhone 8. But IGN believes that the exorbitant prices also make people feel that these changes are only made to make changes.
IGN also says, the radicular price of iPhone X is enough to buy a nice laptop on the market, in addition, the same processor in iPhone 8 is not afford to lose in iPhone X. It’s just that the OLED 2436×1125 that supports HDR10 is the most eye-catching on the whole design, and the size of the whole machine is well suited to one-handed operation, but the presence of notch is also makes users feel unfordable in using.
Moreover, both the screen and the glass backboard have caused the iPhone X can’t be fallen on the flood. Otherwise, the overall change will allow the new iPhone X to adapt to a period of time.
The face ID is amazing and excellent by now, no matter you wear sunglasses, hat, or even the blurred face, iPhone X can catches the users face and unblock the device, though you may fail in the first time, it will never let you down in the second time. though the touch ID is quite quick, face ID is also never let you down in the speed and convenient level. iPhone X’s battery life is good, and wireless charging can be handy without having to mix it up, like AR camera in iPhone 8, facial perception brings a good use of Animoji in iPhone X.
Last but not least, IGN believes iPhone X is a stimulant to Apple’s iPhone products for years, while the powerful features usually mean fancy price, it’s better to be a luxury for those who can afford it, not a real necessity in normal life of everyone.