Since iPhone’s inception, Apple’s been telling us about the many things it replaces in your pocket, from the GPS navigator and a camera to a dedicated music player and more. If you own an iPhone X, you can safely add a “professional photo studio” to that list.
If a customer reports that their iPhone X is having Face ID issues that a TrueDepth camera repair is unable to resolve, Apple Stores and third-party technicians are now authorized to issue a whole-unit replacement instead of providing a same-unit display repair.
G7 ThinQ by LG, a high-profile maker of quality Android phones, has a notch of its own. Like literally every iPhone X rip-off to date, LG’s notch isn’t doing nearly as much as Apple’s because it’s a purely cosmetic implementation that’s simply meant to mimic the prestige of Apple’s OLED device.
Snapseed for iOS has finally been optimized to take full advantage of that gorgeous edge-to-edge OLED display panel of you iPhone X, removing those ugly black bars at the very top and bottom of the screen.