The last of Jony Ive: "Designing the iPhone X cost 5 years" -


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Wednesday, 11 October 2017

The last of Jony Ive: "Designing the iPhone X cost 5 years"

The new iPhone X of the tenth anniversary will hit the stores in November, and is the company's most advanced apple bite product.

Be that as it may, its development process was not easy. According to Jony Ive, it took up to 5 years to design the iPhone X.

During an interview at the New Yorker TechFest held on Friday, Jony Ive mentioned that the design without a start button was a process full of bugs and tests.
Apple has carefully designed the iPhone X down to the smallest detail

Jony Ive mentioned in the interview that Apple has been working on the design of the iPhone X for longer than anyone could imagine.

    "I mean, the phone we announced a couple of weeks ago, the iPhone X, that technology is something we've been working on for five years. And we had prototypes. "

The iPhone X has a spectacular design, has an OLED screen that covers the entire front of the terminal . Although its design has also been heavily criticized by users for not having the Touch ID function and for having a kind of ears on top, caused by the frame of the 3D sensors of the FaceTime camera.

    "There is a trend, and of course there is, and I understand, with the benefits, but it seems inevitable. But 99% of the time, it did not work for us. For the vast majority of the development cycle, all we had were things that failed. "

During the interview, Jony Ive was asked what kind of new technology she dreams about. He refused to respond directly to the question, implying that Apple is already planning its next moves facing the smartphone of the next generation.

What do you think about the design of the iPhone X?

Source | India Times 

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