“Apple’s iPhone X represents a massive departure from the company’s earlier smartphone models,” Zach Epstein writes for BGR. “The tenth-anniversary iPhone is a reimagining of Apple’s smartphone in so many ways, from the look and feel of the hardware to the new gesture-based navigation users must learn in order to use an iPhone with no home button.”

“It takes a bit of getting used to, but most Apple fans seem to enjoy the new user experience a great deal,” Epstein writes. “Of course, there’s more to the iPhone X then just a few new gestures, and most users seem to be unaware of all the nifty hidden tricks that make using the iPhone X so much easier.”

“We’ve collected 10 lesser-known tricks that are going to be big eye-openers for many iPhone X users out there,” Epstein writes. “iPhone newcomers are going to be wowed, but even advanced users are going to learn something in this post.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Of course, setting up Face ID properly in the first place is of utmost importance. As is enabling enabling Reachability, which we did the first day with our iPhone X units. But, one of our most favorite things is being able to just wake the iPhone X and swipe to the left on the lock screen to immediately access the Camera app!

Life after the Home button: The iPhone X gestures guide – October 27, 2017

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Ara G” for the heads up.]