You probably were not expecting this
The “killer app” on the overpriced iPhone X, its facial recognition system, has a glaring security hole caused by poor programming.
Ears to you, Mrs. Robinson
There seem to be more local problems popping up on Apple’s latest super expensive iPhone X.
Boldly going where no mark-up has gone before
While the Tame Apple Press is trying to convince you that the iPhone X is packed full of new technology, it appears that it only cost Jobs’ Mob $100 extra to make.
Expensive phone freezes
British Apple fanboys who emptied their bank accounts to buy Apple’s hugely overpriced gadget are finding that it cannot handle the cold British weather.
You get what you pay for
Apple has admitted that its overpriced iPhone X is suffering from the same screen problems as its rivals who had the misfortune of also putting out OLED screens.
Will be capped for Intel sake
There is no big surprise that iPhone X uses Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X16 modem and is capable of Gigabit LTE speed, but since Intel version doesn’t support this speed, both phones will be capped at the lower speed.
Better keep it safe in a nice box at home
The iPhone X is so fragile it will break the first time you drop it
Yep the world is crazy
It looks like Apple’s business plan of extorting the stupid to pay for two year old technology has paid off. People are queuing to buy Apple’s massively overpriced iPhone X.
Developers will have access to facial data
While the Tame Apple Press praised Apple for promising that facial data used to unlock its new iPhone X would be securely stored on the phone, now it appears that it might not have been giving a clear picture about how the data would be used.
“Limited reviews” from those who know what they are talking about
The fruity cargo cult Apple has been attempting to manipulate reviews for the iPhone X by giving review phones only to those who are ignorant about technology.