Like every one else that I had been very excited once the new iphone X came out. It had so many cool options and this cuttingedge technology I couldn't wait to use it. For around a month it was thrilling, however I began to find it annoying. I was always terrified that I'd drop it and the display would stink inspite of the protective scenario. It had glitches galore. I found myself thinking longingly of my older iPhone 6S that has been sitting at the drawer. After about two weeks of working with the iPhone X, then I broke out my old 6S and put my simcard back in that telephone. Luckily I already knew how to backup my phone and didn't have some difficulties. Currently the i-phone X is still sitting in a drawer.
This is why I moved back to my own older iPhone:
Maybe Not Having A Home Button Were Bad
When the i-phone X arrived on the scene a few of the qualities that everyone was mad about was that the X doesn't always have a home button. Initially, I liked that too, but I then realized it was annoying and time tested to try and close programs, switch screens, or really do such a thing without a house button. Trying to backup my phone was also difficult when the house button wasn't there. I found myself always pressing the underside of the phone where your home button should have been. Maybe I am just not prepared to adopt the cutting edge, '' I don't understand. However, I really missed the home button.
Facial-recognition Is Just a Nightmare
Facial-recognition instead of Touch ID is just another of those features that people were very excited about once the i-phone X debuted. After a couple days of using my head to unlock the phone and perform a number of other tasks, I was over it. I overlook Touch ID or perhaps using my passcode to unlock the cell telephone. When I tried to pay for items at the store using facial recognition, I had been always holding up the line and appearing as a whole hipster. Not at all something I enjoyed.
It's Too Too Much
I could discuss one other features that the iPhone X has that only did not benefit me but fundamentally the X is still just too much phone for me personally. Even 50% of all the things it may perform will be overly much better. Honestly, Ibsimply only wanted to enhance my own phone use. I need a phone to call people, text, and also check my email and also societal networking. I don't need a super powerful computer system replacement or an excellent advanced camera which can take amazing videos or still photos. As long as my mobile could take halfway adequate selfies, that is all that I want.
The iPhone X is just too much for what I need.
So I went back to my own i-phone 6s, and I am totally pleased with the update. I am convinced the i-phone X is precisely right for someone younger, more creative, or more hip than myself, and I'm sure it's a great phone for someone who would like to do more with their cell phone. But the iPhone 6s does everything I want, for example making the time to backup my phone a cinch, and it is comfortable and comfortable.
But on one note, does anybody need my brand new i-phone X? It's merely collecting dust.