IPhone X .. Between The Aspects Of Innovation And Copying Features Of Android Phones

Sep

18

2017

Usually every year, after Apple announces its new phones, the technology community is divided between new phones and between critics.

The controversy remains as it is every time between users of Android phones and iPhone, with a small space for those who want to see things to the reality.

The truth is that many of the features offered on the iPhone, both new and even last year, were already available with other Android phones previously.

However, this is not a problem for Apple or its audience. The company has the right to take advantage of certain technology in a timely manner and to make the most of the phone instead of rushing to put it only because it is available in other phones.

But what is really a problem is that we are gradually moving away from the company’s vision of motherhood based on constant innovation. A good example is the new iPhone 8, which is just a replica of the iPhone 7 with some minor differences.

But some may regard iPhone X as a quantum leap for Apple, but compared to what is currently available in the smartphone market, the phone may not actually represent this shift.

Let’s take a quick look at the most prominent iPhone X features previously offered on Android phones

Dispense the main button

Undoing the headset button on the iPhone X has been reflected in the aesthetics of the design and clearly reflects the future changes of the phone, 10 years after retaining the traditional key.

However, some Android phones have been heading for this step for a long time, most recently the LG V30 phone, and there is no new addition offered by Apple for the first time in this area.

Edge-to-edge screen
It is now common in smart phone design to rely on a screen from the edge to the edge. For example, Samsung has adopted this design in many of its recent phones, as well as other companies such as Shawomi and LG. Therefore, adopting an edge-to-edge telephone design is no more than a touch Current in the design of smart phones.

Go to large screens

For years, Apple continued to produce iPhones with small screens, until the Bells came out of the phone with a 5.5-inch screen.

With the 5.8-inch iPhone X, this may mean Apple’s beginning to focus on smartphones with large screens, something we’ve seen for years on Android phones.

OLED Screens

For the first time, Apple has relied on an OLED display instead of the LCD screen on the iPhone. As we know, many companies, notably Samsung, have used these screens in their phones for several years, and according to reports, Samsung is one of the Apple providers on these screens for use with iPhone .

Wireless charging

Wireless charging may be a useful feature for some users, but as we know it is not a new technology to stop, it has been available for years on other Android phones.

Innovations on iPhone X are:

Face recognition

Some people may think facial recognition is not a new technology on smartphones, but Apple has really relied on a very advanced technology for Face ID recognition and is completely different from any technology on other phones.

Where more than 30,000 invisible points are displayed on your face to build a unique face map and get to know you right away, as well as the ability of invisible infrared light to recognize your face even in the dark.

The automated learning technology in the new A11 Bionic chip can identify any changes you may make to your appearance, such as wearing a hat, glasses, etc.

With the new TrueDepth front-end camera, Apple has been able to offer some new features such as the notification feature once you’ve verified that you’re the owner of your phone.

Feature Animoji

By implementing Animoji on your iPhone X you will be able to express your reactions in a more fun way.

The TrueDepth camera analyzes more than 50 different muscle movements and reflects your expressions on 12 different Animoji characters, and you will be able to share these expressions with your voice through IM applications.
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