The iPhone X’s camera is also the only feature that feels like it could be improved on, with Apple taking an extra step by putting the camera on the front of the phone rather than on the rear.
That means the camera is more open and you can take pictures of the iPhone X with your eyes, rather than just snapping them.
That’s a pretty important feature, as it lets you get more out of your phone’s camera.
It also means that the camera doesn’t have a dedicated shutter button on the back.
That makes the camera feel more like a standard camera and not a flagship feature.
However, that does mean you can’t actually use it with the front-facing camera, so the iPhone 8 and iPhone X are pretty much locked into this camera mode.
That doesn’t make them any less amazing cameras.
The iPhone 8 is now the best-selling iPhone in the US, while the iPhone 9 and iPhone 9 Plus are also very popular.
Apple has also made the iPhone camera faster, so it takes pictures in a fraction of a second.
The camera also has a better focus mode and is much more accurate.
It can take photos of things that aren’t objects, like the screen of your iPhone X. The difference between these phones is huge, as the iPhone 10 and iPhone 10 Plus are both significantly faster.
The phones have also gotten faster, as they have 4K video recording at 60fps and 1080p video at 120fps.
Both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are faster, too.
The most notable difference is that the iPhone is now able to take HDR video, which can be used in games, or to display a higher contrast picture.
The biggest downside to the iPhone cameras is that it’s now slightly slower.
That has been a big complaint for the iPhone over the past few years, and it’s been especially pronounced with the iPhone SE, which was the first iPhone to support HDR.
The phone also now has to support 4K, which means that it’ll be able to record 4K videos at 30fps.
That might be great for sports fans, but it’s not so great for those who want to watch 4K content on the iPhone.
It’ll still require the iPhone to record video at the 4K resolution, but at 1080p, the difference is minimal.