New photo of iPhone X in the wild draws attention to a very annoying problem
Apple’s hotly anticipated iPhone X release is now just three weeks away, with the phone set to hit store shelves on November 3rd after a week of preorders that open on October 27th. We’ve seen countless reports that suggest tens of millions of Apple fans too a pass on the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, waiting instead to get their hands on the first redesigned iPhone the world has seen since all the way back in 2014.
Now that the iPhone X has been announced, Apple has apparently given its employees around the world the go-ahead to use them in public. We’ve also seen dozens of photos of the iPhone X in the wild, since eager Apple fans have been snapping pics whenever they see one. These photos are generally pretty boring, but the latest one to hit the web actually draws attention to an issue that is going to annoy iPhone X users for quite some time following the phone’s release.
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