HomeNewsAll of 2017’s flagship phones have glaring compromises. Here’s what they tell us about design.

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