All of 2017’s flagship phones have glaring compromises. Here’s what they tell us about design.
medium bookmark / Raindrop.io | On September 12th, Tim Cook unveiled the iPhone X. The 10-year anniversary iPhone sports a “bezel-less” 5.8 inch screen in a beautiful new design. It features a new facial recognition technology called Face ID, which uses 3D imaging and infrared, meaning it can be used in the dark and is more accurate than fingerprint scanning (unless you’re a twin). Apple claims it to be the future of the smartphone. There is a problem, though. iPhone X has a design compromise staring right at us. The