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The i Phone X is the newest flagship phone from Apple.It comes with twin optically stabilized 12MP rear cameras, a 7MP front-facing camera with 'True Depth' technology, artificial background blur and specialized lighting effects, DNG Raw file capture, and of course is otherwise a highly capable and extremely speedy mobile device.

With the software and hardware combined, does the i Phone X truly offer image quality comparable to so-called 'real cameras?

' Is artificial background blur driving the final nails into the interchangeable-lens camera coffin? So the camera is worthless for all but those not in need of quality looking pictures or willing to post-process.2.

Of course, the answer isn't all that simple, and depends an awful lot on the preferences of the user behind the lens. On a side note, did he mention whether there is a charging light / message indicator?

But let's dive in and take a look at what Apple's latest smartphone shooter is capable of. In the "cons" the reviewer mentions a lack of sharpness. Apple is too stupid for my personal owning, but I do like to keep track of just how stupid they remain.

And it seems to me that prior models force users to fire up the screen and look to see charging or messages.

My device has a clean LED that can be either red, green or blue depending on purpose.So from across the room after re-entering the house, I can within 1/5th of a second save the bother of walking over to check.Plus like nearly all recent phones (and why I am keeping my Note-4), apparently you just get to throw these away when the battery dies? To alleviate this Apple has indeed made a way to detect battery charge, notification, etc without the use of a dedicated LED.... It may add to the cost, but it does allow for a complete remote method to check notifications, battery charge etc, just by glancing at the watch. I like attractive design, but no way am willing to give up basic functioning to achieve some teeny measure of the goal.Okay, maybe pay the apple store (and for me, drive 65 miles to find one). Good information for me to better understand what is available and gain a further glimpse of the awkward insanity of Apple. Still not available on the 10 that commands a

My device has a clean LED that can be either red, green or blue depending on purpose.

So from across the room after re-entering the house, I can within 1/5th of a second save the bother of walking over to check.

Plus like nearly all recent phones (and why I am keeping my Note-4), apparently you just get to throw these away when the battery dies? To alleviate this Apple has indeed made a way to detect battery charge, notification, etc without the use of a dedicated LED.... It may add to the cost, but it does allow for a complete remote method to check notifications, battery charge etc, just by glancing at the watch. I like attractive design, but no way am willing to give up basic functioning to achieve some teeny measure of the goal.

Okay, maybe pay the apple store (and for me, drive 65 miles to find one). Good information for me to better understand what is available and gain a further glimpse of the awkward insanity of Apple. Still not available on the 10 that commands a $1,000 price and garners rave reviews. Apple execs are dumb for that, the headphone removal and home button, plus inability to change battery. Besides, the LED on my Samsung Note-4 can not even be seen unless on. Agree with you regarding the non removable battery. If they could produce/assemble thin wooden backs cheaply enough, they would use them at some point, rest assured.

Your answer is reasonable in the realm of simple discourse exploring rationale. Could be that the light being visible even if only while on bothered their liberal brains. One can say having a removable back to expose a removable battery reduces effective weatherproofing, but then the Samsung S5 managed to have a removable back and good weather proof seals. Just to be "different" enough and compel people to upgrade.

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My device has a clean LED that can be either red, green or blue depending on purpose.So from across the room after re-entering the house, I can within 1/5th of a second save the bother of walking over to check.Plus like nearly all recent phones (and why I am keeping my Note-4), apparently you just get to throw these away when the battery dies? To alleviate this Apple has indeed made a way to detect battery charge, notification, etc without the use of a dedicated LED.... It may add to the cost, but it does allow for a complete remote method to check notifications, battery charge etc, just by glancing at the watch. I like attractive design, but no way am willing to give up basic functioning to achieve some teeny measure of the goal.Okay, maybe pay the apple store (and for me, drive 65 miles to find one). Good information for me to better understand what is available and gain a further glimpse of the awkward insanity of Apple. Still not available on the 10 that commands a $1,000 price and garners rave reviews. Apple execs are dumb for that, the headphone removal and home button, plus inability to change battery. Besides, the LED on my Samsung Note-4 can not even be seen unless on. Agree with you regarding the non removable battery. If they could produce/assemble thin wooden backs cheaply enough, they would use them at some point, rest assured.Your answer is reasonable in the realm of simple discourse exploring rationale. Could be that the light being visible even if only while on bothered their liberal brains. One can say having a removable back to expose a removable battery reduces effective weatherproofing, but then the Samsung S5 managed to have a removable back and good weather proof seals. Just to be "different" enough and compel people to upgrade.That being said the majority of manufacturers now do not have the ability to easily remove the battery without the use of heat packs to permanently destroy the adhesive used to make the phone weather tight. My Palm Pilot, and my Apple Newton didn't have wireless charging either! This is why this power user sticks with [email protected] Apple stated them self that they turned back to glass because of WC.Also something to note all i Phones dating back to the i Phone 3G, all have screws to access the innards of the phone. Or I, for that matter; my guess though would be "because that's what Apple thinks will sell". BTW, the i Phone X is the best thing Apple has ever produced. And i never said all smart phones with glass or plastic support WC.New Samsung phones all require heat to release adhesive to gain access. The S5 and Note-4 are the last models with removable battery, as you seem to already know. Their latest S8 and Note might have even deleted the headphones jack. And their customer service goes beyond the call of duty, and I found out in a recent experience where I thought I had cracked my screen (only cracked the screen protector, but left it on so I could continue to use the phone, only to find out 24 hours later, when Apple had shipped me a new phone overnight, that the screen itself wasn't cracked. The point is it is not possible with the old back element to support it so they had to change it.At least execs there are not drunk enough yet to leave out the LED indicator. When not doing paid work, the X is all the everyday camera I need. For rough stuff, I can use a Lifeproof and detachable floating strap. It’s fun to be able to see where the photo was taken.Video memories at 4K 60fps, pseudo LUT in Creative Cloud, edit in i Movie, and share all on the phone :) Of course I could do that on an 8, but that P3 OLED is sweet. You use Seattle often as a backdrop and I live in Bellevue. We'll bear that in mind - generally, we keep location data out for privacy concerns, especially as some of our editors are making photographs of their families at their homes.My first unit had a “Ghost touch disease” , the second has a green tint on the one third of the screen, when viewed in a dark. So why would I care about how well it’s caneras perform ?! I agree that for 'around the town' stuff, it's not much of an issue.

,000 price and garners rave reviews. Apple execs are dumb for that, the headphone removal and home button, plus inability to change battery. Besides, the LED on my Samsung Note-4 can not even be seen unless on. Agree with you regarding the non removable battery. If they could produce/assemble thin wooden backs cheaply enough, they would use them at some point, rest assured.Your answer is reasonable in the realm of simple discourse exploring rationale. Could be that the light being visible even if only while on bothered their liberal brains. One can say having a removable back to expose a removable battery reduces effective weatherproofing, but then the Samsung S5 managed to have a removable back and good weather proof seals. Just to be "different" enough and compel people to upgrade.That being said the majority of manufacturers now do not have the ability to easily remove the battery without the use of heat packs to permanently destroy the adhesive used to make the phone weather tight. My Palm Pilot, and my Apple Newton didn't have wireless charging either! This is why this power user sticks with [email protected] Apple stated them self that they turned back to glass because of WC.Also something to note all i Phones dating back to the i Phone 3G, all have screws to access the innards of the phone. Or I, for that matter; my guess though would be "because that's what Apple thinks will sell". BTW, the i Phone X is the best thing Apple has ever produced. And i never said all smart phones with glass or plastic support WC.New Samsung phones all require heat to release adhesive to gain access. The S5 and Note-4 are the last models with removable battery, as you seem to already know. Their latest S8 and Note might have even deleted the headphones jack. And their customer service goes beyond the call of duty, and I found out in a recent experience where I thought I had cracked my screen (only cracked the screen protector, but left it on so I could continue to use the phone, only to find out 24 hours later, when Apple had shipped me a new phone overnight, that the screen itself wasn't cracked. The point is it is not possible with the old back element to support it so they had to change it.At least execs there are not drunk enough yet to leave out the LED indicator. When not doing paid work, the X is all the everyday camera I need. For rough stuff, I can use a Lifeproof and detachable floating strap. It’s fun to be able to see where the photo was taken.Video memories at 4K 60fps, pseudo LUT in Creative Cloud, edit in i Movie, and share all on the phone :) Of course I could do that on an 8, but that P3 OLED is sweet. You use Seattle often as a backdrop and I live in Bellevue. We'll bear that in mind - generally, we keep location data out for privacy concerns, especially as some of our editors are making photographs of their families at their homes.My first unit had a “Ghost touch disease” , the second has a green tint on the one third of the screen, when viewed in a dark. So why would I care about how well it’s caneras perform ?! I agree that for 'around the town' stuff, it's not much of an issue.

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