IPhone 10 the ultimate review

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Boys and Girls The Iphone. I am diving deep into the iPhone 10. Both the good and the bad. And if you pick one up I would love to know what your experience has been so far. So with the iPhone 10 there are a couple of key elements that make this phone what it is the first of which being the display it's a five point eight inch flat panel with a classically weird Apple resolution of 24 36 by 11:25 and weird numbers aside it looks really good. I think any doubt or concern with the display not being bright enough has been put to rest it's super bright the colors are extremely accurate and honestly that display is one of the most enticing features of the iPhone 10.

 Now for the question of Is there any blueshift And yet if you look for any Tilsit off axis you will definitely see a little bit of that. It is by no means pixel There's no denying if your little tilt shift crazy you're going to see a little bit of blue. Now the reason Apple is able to squeeze so much screen into the iPhone 10 is because of what is probably the biggest change to ever come to the iPhone and that is the omission of the home but it is completely gone. Honestly I got used to this and adjusted to it way way faster than I thought I would. No joke. Every time I pick up a phone that is not the iPhone 10 I find myself wanting to swipe up to go home. Now for the most part this works incredibly I don't find myself missing the home Button But there are a couple dumb things. One is control center that used to be a one had to move where you swipe up and that's how you access control center. But now you got to swipe down all the way in the top right and most of the time to comfortably do that you need to use two hands. Conversely you can enable reachability which is not enabled by default so pro tip headed in settings general accessibility. Once you have it enabled you can access reachability by doing this really really precise swipe down at the bottom edge of the phone is definitely easier than having to reach all the way towards the top right of the phone and then swiping down but it's still two steps and I don't think it's a foolproof solution. Now I know snazzy Q Is bust out at the seams and has this well-thought out elaborate solution to this but also to know what you guys think is a better alternative to this weird control center option we have now from there. The other slightly dumb thing that's not really a huge deal is how you exit out of apps before all you do is open up multitasking swipe up and that was it.

 Now once you're in the multitasking window you actually got to hold the app wait for that little - icon and then you can swipe out and exit out. Yeah it's not the biggest deal in the world before and when you know that me I totally get it. Technically you don't have to as that of apps. For me it's just kind of one of those unnecessary Two-Step movements. Now with the lack of home button the way you enable series by one saying hey not going to say that and trigger your phone or two holding the side button. Now one slightly annoying thing is if you do not disturbing enable unless you're in control center there is no way to know that it's on whether you're in the lock screen or actually in the phone there is no icon in the top right hand corner which makes it super easy to forget that it's on. And then it kind of leads into the next controversial thing with the iPhone 10 and that is the notch. Initially every mostly angry tech fans on Twitter seem to hate it. Honestly though the notch really isn't a big deal like 95 percent of the time I don't realize it's there. The only time I do notice it is when I'm watching wide screen video because the way that's formatted that notch is creeping its way in there and there is nothing you can do about it. Now the flip side of that for most YouTube videos that are in 16 by 9 you are not seen the notch whatsoever yes you can zoom in.

But for the most part that's not the optimal viewing experience because you are chopping off heads nothin happens drops some incredible looking widescreen video and watching those back on the iPhone 10 kind of got me thinking Is this the future of content especially with more and more of these phones headed that direction.

Next is face I.D. that feature that anyone anti-Apple deep down really wanted to fail but it actually was really well done and well executed just like the iPhone 10 face ID is imperfect but it's really good for me. It has to have works like 98 percent of the time there really hasn't been too many times. Words failed. It absolutely works at night in the dark whether you're in a car. I've been in planes it's worked flawlessly on the opposing end of the spectrum it's worked great outdoors in sunlight with glasses on with a hat on. The only time I've ever really had trouble with it is in the middle of the night when I wake up. I got one eye close and then it kind of trips up but for the most part it's worked really well and I haven't really missed Touch ID. I think we're face Id really shines is for password based application especially when browsing online you're already look out the phone so it becomes an instant thing that you don't really think about. The other pro with face I.D. is in the case where your hands are wet or it is crazy cold outside and you are forced to wear gloves. Yes the same argument could be made with face in the situations where it doesn't work.

But overall as a whole I think it's a step in the right direction hasn't slowed me down at all now because of all the tech required for face I.D. that has also yielded an emoji. I guarantee you by now you've probably seen some animo do you karaoke in your. But I want to give a shout out and some credit to Mr. snazzy Q For the best one on the Internet right now. I kind of wish I had a dollar for every time someone said the iPhone X thousand dollar emoji machine one. It's an emoji too. It's kind of fun man sort of Modise the sole reason why you would buy an iPhone 10. Absolutely not. If you want to use them they're there but if you don't no one is forcing you to Scott I remember that. Now as far as performance that ALA and Beinecke chip inside the iPhone 10 is no joke. Everything from multitasking to gestures to gaming is buttery smooth. Now with all that power one area where the iPhone 10 and even eight and a plus for that matter excels at and are kind of in a league of its own is a.r. It's still really early in terms of the development of apps and games but there's some pretty incredible stuff out there and if you own an iPhone 10 or 8 or a plus and haven't checked that augmented reality it is a lot of fun. I will say it's worth mentioning and this is the exact same chip also found an iPhone 8 and a plus it's kind of a testament to their performance as well. But as far as smartphone performance goes it is not even close right now.

Three to one with the iPhone 10 doesn't have as many cores as clearly it is not about the cores because there is some insane performance come out of the apple 10 as well as the 18:8 plus. So now that were fired up and before anyone ask what about the iOS books why did I have the ball. Yes performance on the air. Is incredible but there's no denying. IOS has been a little weird especially. No one can forget that weird stupid AI glitch where you typed in AI and autocorrect it into some weird characters and a question mark it has been since updated and fixed but it was out there for a long time and honestly that was one of the weirdest dumbest most annoying bugs I've ever dealt with on a smartphone. So to say the iPhone 10 has been an overall smooth experience isn't quite the case from their shift into some positive the camera and the iPhone 10 has been incredible. Again this features dual lenses a wide angle and a telephoto lens but the big thing here is that telephoto lens now features optical image stabilization. Now we first saw this dual lens the OAS on 0 8. It's something the iPhone a plus does not have. And it definitely makes a difference. The biggest thing I've noticed jumping from one angle to telephoto is that you're getting a much more consistent image in terms of low light and low light performance. Porcher mode in terms of the rear facing camera is excellent I think Apple does a really great job with this as a whole.

There really isn't much to complain as far as the camera goes on the iPhone 10 images are crisp they're sharp they're vibrant they're saturated. Now as far as the facing camera goes I would say it is equally as impressive as the rear camera my only real gripe with there are portrait selfies. Regular selfies look great lighting color skin tones. My only complaint is I wish it was just a little wider but I've always liked on Samsung phones. But as far as those porters selfies go it just seems like it's not quite the actual image quality and skin tones and color all look great. But for whatever reason it seems to have a real hard time with both hair and in my case ears work just doesn't get those correctly with the pixel to the image just some times over sharpened whereas with the iPhone I much prefer the more natural look. So if we could somehow combine both these elements that would be amazing. Now why think the pixel 2 might have the slight edge on the iPhone 10 as far as photos go. There is no comparison in terms of video the color the ability to go up to 48 60 frames per second the image stabilization at 110 is second to none if slow motion it tends to be up to 240 frames per second which is ridiculous. So use your phone to capture and create video the apple 110 is kind of in a league of its own as far as that goes from there not mention the battery life on the iPhone 10 has been surprisingly good. It's not as good as something like that from eight plus or seven plus for that matter. But it is definitely better than both from 7 and 8.

For me I've been averaging about six to eight hours of usage to get into the day is not a problem whatsoever. The stereo speakers in the iPhone 10 yeah they're not going to blow your mind. But I do enjoy having that feature and it does make a difference over phones that don't have stereo speakers as a whole. I think the iPhone 10 is the best and most exciting thing Apple's put out in a very long time. I'm excited to see where this goes in the future not only with Apple specifically but with the smartphone game as a whole. What I'm saying is that it's a great time to be alive in terms of smartphone technology and technology in general right now the iPhone 10 is definitely a part of that. I've enjoyed it.


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