If the iPhone X is ‘designed for wireless,’ it really doesn’t show
During this week’s Apple keynote, execs from across the company made a big deal about how the new iPhones are “designed for wireless.” That’s a good soundbite, but when it comes to looking at how all the wireless features perform, that phrase makes less and less sense.
We already broke down how the iPhone 8 and iPhone X aren’t compatible with the next generation of Gigabit LTE technologies, which means they’ll be noticeably slower than top-tier Android handsets on cellular networks. And now, with the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus going on sale, we’re starting to see that the wireless charging isn’t putting up table stakes either.
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