Fri, 10 November 2017
This week: the iPhone X may be Apple’s best phone, but it’s not perfect. Catch our first week impressions to hear what we love (and what we don’t!) about Apple’s very spicy new iPhone. Plus: our top reasons to NOT buy an iPhone X; how to use Apple Pay cash to pay your friends an fam; and catch our list of X-rated tips, aka the really useful iPhone X tips and tricks you haven’t heard about.
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On the show this week
Apple, the most personal computer
iPhone X setup shows Apple’s core brilliance
DisplayMate: iPhone X Has the 'Most Innovative and High Performance' Smartphone Display Ever Tested
iPhone X could be Apple’s most fragile handset ever
How to use Apple Pay Cash to send money to friends
iPhone X keeps your notifications secret from people who aren’t you
How to teach FaceID to work more accurately
If Face ID doesn’t recognize your face, don’t reposition your face so it will accept it. Instead, type in the passcode so it will ad that position of your face to the accepted data set.
The smallest swipe of the home bar will register that you want to command the home bar to either go home or multitask. Moment you stop moving you will begin multitasking.
Scroll to the top
To quickly scroll to the top in any app, just double tap anywhere at the top of the screen (under the notch, or side of notch both work)
Adjust your notification privacy settings
iPhone X has them hidden by default if your phone is locked. You can go to Settings>Notifications>Show Previews to make them visible when locked.
Direct download: CultCast_309_-_iPhone_X__Our_top_likes_our_top_dislikes.mp3
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