The iPhone X is Apple’s most exciting iPhone in years. It packs an incredible portrait camera, ditches the home button so it can squeeze and iPhone Plus-sized screen into a regular-sized body, and adds Face ID.
If you want to read all about your new iPhone X, or to see what the fuss is before you purchase one, check out this roundup of all Cult of Mac’s iPhone X coverage.
iPhone X tips and how-tos
Here’s the best way to set up your new iPhone X, including Face ID and iOS 11’s great new Automatic Setup.
With no home button, the iPhone X relies on gestures to go home, wake up, make a payment, invoke Siri, and more. Here’s how to use them all.
iPhone X hides your notifications until you look at the screen, but you can unlock individual apps to show them anyway. Here’s how.
The iPhone X no longer shows the battery percentage indicator in the menubar, because the menubar is no longer big enough. Here’s how to quickly check it anyway.
Face ID makes unlocking the iPhone X super easy. But does it also make accidental purchases more likely? Nope.
Without a home button or Touch ID, iPhone X does a lot of things differently. Here’s how to use Apple pay with iPhone X.
App switching on iPhone is way slicker than double clicking a boring old home button.
Where did the tap-to-scroll-to-the-top gesture go on iPhone X? Don’t worry — it’s still there. You just have to do twice as much work to use it.
Next time your iPhone X claims it doesn’t recognize you, take control of the situation instead of letting the iPhone be the boss of you.
iPhone X news and analysis
We finally have our hands on iPhone X and we couldn’t be more excited. Here’s what we think of iPhone X so far.
With its mix of advanced hardware and software, the iPhone X camera does more than capture photos and video. It transforms the digital future.
Two battery cells and a “mystery chip” are some of the surprises under the hood of the iPhone X. iFixit added the new Apple flagship handset to its teardown database and disassembled one to give users a glimpse of the X’s inner magic.
Anybody who thinks Apple can’t innovate should look in awe at the fecal hurricane whipped up by the company’s unorthodox iPhone X marketing plan.
This week on The CultCast: The reviews are in! We’ll tell you what people love and don’t about Apple’s very hot, very new iPhone X. Plus: We’ll tell you about the clever new strategy Apple used to build massive hype for the iPhone X launch, and why it really pissed a lot of folks off.
Best iPhone X accessories
If you managed to score an iPhone X already, then you will probably be looking for a case. Here are the best iPhone X cases so far.
With Apple’s most expensive iPhone looming, Apple fans are bracing their wallets for impact. Luckily, iPhone X deals from carriers will help.
Next time your iPhone X claims it doesn’t recognize you, don’t let the iPhone be the boss of you. Take charge make this a learning experience.