These are the iPhone X's three most common problems

Gwen Vasquez
November 14, 2017

So it stands to reason that Apple's 2018 lineup could pull its design cues nearly entirely from the iPhone X, just bigger. The iPhone X now retails for $999. Research firm Canalys also noted that the iPhone 8 Plus outpaced the iPhone 8 last quarter, making it the first 5.5-inch iPhone to beat out it's smaller sibling in shipments.

However, according to Kuo, Apple is also planning to roll out edge-to-edge displays beyond the iPhone X next year. With three new handsets apparently in the works for late 2018, the analyst predicts that Apple will see a "super-cycle" of sales, aided by the fact that the company's supply chain will be better suited to handle manufacturing of the new technologies introduced in the iPhone X. Think of these as the iPhone X 2, at least for now.

Worse, it might even be permanent, some users have reported.

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The main thing to take away from this information is that the iPhone X design seems to be the future of iPhone, for now, and that Apple will be releasing a plus sized version, and a budget friendly version, alongside the 2nd Gen iPhone X next year.

The crackling occurs during all kinds of playback, including music, though many reports have said its especially bad during phone calls at maximum volume. Hopefully this iPhone X software update should help fix it for those users who need to use their phone in the cold. Another user found the crackling issue at around 50 per cent volume.

Considering the fact that the iPhone X has a glass cover on both the back and the front, it's a slippery device and has a high chance of slipping out of the hand. He states that a lower than expected demand for the iPhone 8 means that the Apple supplier Pegatron, which assembles the device in Taiwan, should expect fewer orders. And while Face ID has proven secure in testing, it may not be as infallible as initially claimed.

Meanwhile other news reports claim that you can beat Apple's Face ID system by wearing an elaborate mask.

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