Ahh yes, the iPhone eXcess Max, or rather that should be, the iPharce eXcess Max – maximum price, maximum notch.
Love it or loathe it, two things are immediately apparent, the price and the feat of engineering genius – the notch.
Why pay several hundreds of pounds less for alternative superior phone hardware-wise, when one can grab yesteryear's technology at futuristic prices – the obfuscated Apple mantra.
The garden-walled approach to iØS may make it appealing, though it doesn't bolster security as one would expect. I'd suggest to all considering jumping onto iØS ecosystem to think twice and seriously reconsider, sticking to their presumably Blandroid phones.
And for those already on the iØS bandwagon, good luck to ya all.
Rumour has it that next year's iPhone will be so large you'll need a trolley to move it (which of course Apple will sell separately)
That would be the eagerly awaited iTrolley then @techiebloke?
The 2019 iPharce is expected to do away with the notch (whilst Samsung is bizarrely seriously considering adding the despicable eyesore, in spite of mocking Apple's notch).
In 2018, all flagship models had display sizes >6", with the Huawei Mate 20 X featuring an unthinkable 7.2" display.
The trend in larger displays is one of a few things handset manufacturers can do to entice us to part with almost a grand of dosh (the other feature improvements being, processor horsepower, more and better cameras, sensor technology built beneath the display, a reduction in bezels, and foldable displays).
I suspect the 2019 iPharce will have a notchless ~6.7" to ~6.9" display (an incremental increase from the current 6.5" display of the iNotch eXcess Max), as the iSheeple await with baited breath for the iFold in 2020, as reported earlier in March 2018 by an technology analyst for Merrill Lynch Bank of America.
I suspect the 2020 iFold will cost in excess of £2100, because for all intents and purposes, it will be a foldable 8"+ iFad with cellular telephony.
@leeon1988 nice review but i will never buy apple phone
You deserve to be applauded for your stance on publicly stating that you shall avoid the iPharce and iNotch like the plague.
I stand shoulder-to-shoulder with you, as the exorbitant price, lacklustre technology, and most importantly Cupertino's lack of business ethics and morals ensure I shall keep myself distant from the company that emblazons a part-bitten logo on all its devices.