The iPhone X has been designed for use in two hands
After months and months of rumors-paced and leak newspapers, finally in the past few days was presented to the world the new iPhone X: from the outset, looking at its design, it was easy to understand how it has been designed with the intent of the use of two hands by the end user.
To substantiate this argument is also the lack of the option to Reachability, we have already seen in previous devices starting from the iPhone 6, which allowed the user to use the device with one hand. Remember the fact that the first time that Apple extended the size of the display was with the iPhone 5, in which he stated that each corner of the display could be achieved without problems with a single hand.
The market, now for a few years to this part, it is more and more directed towards the display larger, reaching up to the iPhone X, which has a display of 5.8 inches. The same Guilherme Rambo on Twitter has stated that it is not anticipated at the time the function Reachability on the new hardware, thus suggesting that the use with a single hand is no longer a priority for Apple.
The same problem seems to also affect the previous models of the iPhone (specifically, the Plus versions of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 7) with the Golden Master of iOS 11, in which it is not possible to invoke the notification center with the swipe down from the top. There only remains to wait for the next few weeks to learn more about it.
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