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Apple launched the iPhone X with a radical design change. This was the first iPhone to skip the infamous home button in favour of a bezel-less design. This also meant that Apple had to drop Touch ID and introduce an able replacement. Face ID uses 3D sensors for such accuracy which are housed in the now iconic notch. While the iPhone X has been well-received, iOS 11 has had a rocky start. But, it has come a long way since its introduction in September, thanks to timely updates.

It looks like Apple had a quality assurance mess up with the new iPhone X advertisement. Towards the end of the video, a very old iOS 11 bug was spotted by 9to5Mac. The text that was supposed to stay inside the bubble appears a tad faster than the bubble animation. Having a minor glitch on any smartphone OS is common. However, the showcasing of this bug in an official advertisement highlights the bugs-ridden story of iOS 11 so far.

This is not the only bug that the iOS 11 has. There is an unusual UI bug on Music app and there are even screen rotating issues. In fact, we recently reported about the black screen of death as well. There is even a rumour in the industry that, Apple will refine the user experience of the iOS 11 next year, instead of launching the iOS 12. In fact, the company will unveil the new iteration of iOS at WWDC 2018.

Apple iPhone X Specs

The iPhone X has a 5.8-inch 2436 x 1125 px OLED True Tone Super Retina display. The phone runs iOS 11.1 and is powered by a 3,000 mAh battery which charges through the Apple signature lightning port placed at the bottom of the phone or via wireless charging. Because of the all-glass design, the iPhone 8 also has wireless charging.

iPhone X

Under the hood, the smartphone has the Apple A11 Bionic chipset with a neural engine, a hexacore processor, 3GB of RAM and storage options of 64GB, and 256GB. The small bezels mean there is no physical home button, which is now replaced with gestures for navigation. Siri is activated by pressing the now larger lock/unlock button. The iPhone X is also IP67 certified for water and dust resistance, and wireless charging.

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