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Mr.Clark wrote:Knowing me, I'll just be cooing over it saying "ooh... shiny..." but I'll see what I can do
Ekona wrote:Better how? I didn't get one because I like being able to have it unlocked by the time I take it out of my pocket, and I'm a man so I don't wear gloves Plus I tend to leave it on the desk beside me and just rest my hand on the sensor to unlock and faff around with it. My gut feeling is I won't be able to do that with the X, as it's either going to stay locked until I put the code in (so takes longer) or it'll constantly be unlocked or unlocking itself (chewing through battery). True?
You get used to a bigger form factor quickly: I'm happily using a Plus with one hand now and that's bigger than the X.
Mr.Clark wrote:I agree it's annoying; even if there are multiple ways to check (swipe down, swipe all the way to the left and have the Battery widget on or ask Siri), none of them are as convenient as just looking at the top.
Mr.Clark wrote:I will point out (Dan) that the carrier logo is only there on the lock (Home?) screen. Otherwise it's got the time and whether or not the location services are connected on the left "ear". The right one then has both cellular and wifi connectivity, plus the battery icon. And to be fair, the battery will go red at 20%, so it shouldn't be a complete surprise when it gets low.
Mr.Clark wrote:Interesting you say it's too big - I assume you're coming from a non-Plus model? Going to this from my 6S Plus is interesting, and not as bad as dropping down to an 8 non-Plus would have been.
kingweed wrote:How do I get the screen to come down without the home button? You just had to rub the home button without actually pressing it to get the top part to come down but I can't figure out how to do it without the home button.
Mr.Clark wrote:kingweed wrote:How do I get the screen to come down without the home button? You just had to rub the home button without actually pressing it to get the top part to come down but I can't figure out how to do it without the home button.
It's called "Reachability".
Step 1: Navigate to Settings > General > Accessibility and turn Reachability on.
Step 2: Swipe down from the gesture bar in any open app or the bottom of iPhone X's home page.
Step 3: Perform the desired UI operation.
Step 4: To reinstate the fullscreen UI, swipe up from the gesture bar or bottom of the home screen. Alternatively, touch an area outside of the active UI pane.
Surprised that it wasn't, given that it was on on my previous phone. Pretty much all of my other settings transferred over.kingweed wrote:That should be on as default though, bloody apple always make things difficult.
https://imgur.com/a/76mBAkingweed wrote:Out of curiosity do me a favour, go screen shot how you have your current settings set up. I don't know anyone IRL that has an X so hard to compare.
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