“There are also some onboarding videos, for things like activating Siri or revealing Control Center, which will be shown to iPhone X users upon setup,” Mayo reports. “Whilst the simulator OS was in a bit of a weird shape in Xcode 9, the Xcode 9.1 iPhone X simulator much more closely reflects what iOS will look like on the new edge-to-edge rounded screen.”
Mayo reports, “This gives us our first close-up look at the home screen and lock screen experience for iPhone X.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Rounded corners: Good. Notch: Bad.
We pray that iPhone X notch quickly fades from view with use because right now, we can’t stop staring at the hideous thing.
We fear the iPhone X’s notch is Apple’s Opti-Grab™.
Don’t get us wrong, we’ll live with it. But, one of the main reasons we choose Apple products is because we don’t like to settle for “we’ll live with it.”
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Dan K.” for the heads up.]