Apple Design Chief Says the iPhone X Was the Most Difficult iPhone to Build
The iPhone X is projected to hit the shelves on November 3 as the most dramatic overhaul of the iPhone in its 10 years on the market, and the Apple designer in charge of the device says it was all a huge effort for the company to finish this project.
Jony Ive says in an interview with Japanese design magazine Casa Brutus that the iPhone X took no less than two years to build, explaining that features like Face ID and the TrueDepth camera required additional work to make sure that everything works flawlessly.
Ive reckons that the iPhone X was the most difficult model the Cupertino-based tech giant ever developed, adding that it was just a coincidence that Apple actually finished work on the device in time for the tenth anniversary of the iPhone.
Discussing the addition of facial recognition cameras and the removal of Touch ID, the Apple design chief explained that Face ID offers a substantially improved experience t… (read more)
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