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Review: Apple iPhone X

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iPhone X takes us to the next level of smartphone, while Eric is stuck in the android trap!


Nov 10, 2017, 4:22 AM
The iPhone X has drawn more excitement than every other new phone released this year! It's a stunning example of what Apple technology can produce both hardware and software. As other reviews such as The Wall Street Journals review proclaims, its the "Best smartphone that has ever been made". But I only hear subtle compliments from this review and loads of insults.

I am a professional photographer and Eric pointed out some of how terrific the camera of the Apple iPhone X is! But in nearly "every" catagory there was mocking and complaints with few compliments for a job well done.

The iPhone X is the fastest, best looking, best built smartphone ever created and I heard none of that here. The final scores were damn good but ran in confli...

Nov 11, 2017, 2:57 AM
This is not The Verge. If you want iSheep that are paid by Apple go there. They keep it honest at PhoneScoop

Nov 12, 2017, 10:31 PM
I gave my opinion about the review.

You anti-Apple jerks need to get a life! I am not paid by Apple but I enjoy their products and have had Mac's since 1986. So grow up and learn to listen even if you like Korean non American things!

Jan 13, 2018, 6:43 AM
I haven’t visited PhoneScoop in several years. It’s disheartening to see it become pro Android. If you like Android, then buy it. Enjoy the multi platform, almost 95% compatibility, with zero opportunity for FREE upgrades. Bashing another brand simply because they don’t like what they offer is hardly keeping it honest.

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