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How are people liking, or not, the iPhone XR, XS, and XMax sizes, and general usability?
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'Kramlinger, Keith G., M.D.' via VIPhone
2018-12-02 00:32:13 UTC
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Hi,

How are people liking, or not, the iPhone XR, XS, and XMax sizes, and general usability?

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Mary Otten
2018-12-02 00:40:01 UTC
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Hi Keith,
I’m satisfied with the iPhone XR. My other phone is the 7+. So technically, this one is actually a little bit smaller. But the big difference is that the bezels on this are much narrower. And of course there are the new jesters and Face ID. I still find home button and touch ID faster. But face ID certainly works at least most of the time for me. And I really like the battery life.


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Michael Maslo
2018-12-02 01:53:20 UTC
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Hello Keith,

I love my xs. I upgraded from the 10 so for me there was not much of a upgrade.

Sincerely,

Michael maslo
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Sadam Ahmed
2018-12-02 02:06:28 UTC
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Hi Keith,

For me it's been an excellent upgrade.

I went from an  iPhone 8 and love it.

Kind regards,

Sadam Ahmed
Post by Michael Maslo
Hello Keith,
I love my xs. I upgraded from the 10 so for me there was not much of a upgrade.
Sincerely,
Michael maslo
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Mike Arrigo
2018-12-03 14:58:51 UTC
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I enjoy my Iphone XR, not having a home button takes a little getting
used to but once you master the new gestures, it's just as easy. There
are a couple of other differences, for example the dictate option is in
a different place on the screen, over all though it's a nice phone. It
does seem that Apple is done with the home button so everyone will need
to get used to the new way of doing things moving forward.
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Sieghard Weitzel
2018-12-03 20:22:46 UTC
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It is not only Apple that is done with the home button, many Android phones also don't have one any more and quite a few models are starting to also have no 3.5mm headphone jack any more.


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I enjoy my Iphone XR, not having a home button takes a little getting used to but once you master the new gestures, it's just as easy. There are a couple of other differences, for example the dictate option is in a different place on the screen, over all though it's a nice phone. It does seem that Apple is done with the home button so everyone will need to get used to the new way of doing things moving forward.
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lenron brown
2018-12-03 22:51:07 UTC
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I know and I stay away from those models. I am fine with out having
the home button as long as I can have the fingerprint reader.
Post by Sieghard Weitzel
It is not only Apple that is done with the home button, many Android phones
also don't have one any more and quite a few models are starting to also
have no 3.5mm headphone jack any more.
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I enjoy my Iphone XR, not having a home button takes a little getting used
to but once you master the new gestures, it's just as easy. There are a
couple of other differences, for example the dictate option is in a
different place on the screen, over all though it's a nice phone. It does
seem that Apple is done with the home button so everyone will need to get
used to the new way of doing things moving forward.
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Cristóbal Muñoz
2018-12-03 23:45:19 UTC
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I was really tempted to just grab the 8 Plus instead of the XR, but the difference was only something like $50. The XR is fine and all and while I still prefer the touch ID way more than the face ID, I opted to just bite the bullet and go for the XR for future compatibility. Had there been a steeper drop in price for the 8 Plus then sure, I would have maybe pulled the trigger, but for $50? Apple's basically asking you to get the newer model.
If Apple comes out with an iPhone that somehow incorporates touch ID along with a face ID option then I'd probably jump all over that and give my wife this XR, but for right now, the XR is ok.

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I know and I stay away from those models. I am fine with out having the home button as long as I can have the fingerprint reader.
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It is not only Apple that is done with the home button, many Android
phones also don't have one any more and quite a few models are
starting to also have no 3.5mm headphone jack any more.
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I enjoy my Iphone XR, not having a home button takes a little getting
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are a couple of other differences, for example the dictate option is
in a different place on the screen, over all though it's a nice phone.
It does seem that Apple is done with the home button so everyone will
need to get used to the new way of doing things moving forward.
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Robert Wright
2018-12-04 21:36:21 UTC
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I just got mine yesterday. I am looking forward in in testing it. The quality of a phone call is rather clear.

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I was really tempted to just grab the 8 Plus instead of the XR, but the difference was only something like $50. The XR is fine and all and while I still prefer the touch ID way more than the face ID, I opted to just bite the bullet and go for the XR for future compatibility. Had there been a steeper drop in price for the 8 Plus then sure, I would have maybe pulled the trigger, but for $50? Apple's basically asking you to get the newer model.
If Apple comes out with an iPhone that somehow incorporates touch ID along with a face ID option then I'd probably jump all over that and give my wife this XR, but for right now, the XR is ok.

Cristóbal

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It is not only Apple that is done with the home button, many Android
phones also don't have one any more and quite a few models are
starting to also have no 3.5mm headphone jack any more.
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I enjoy my Iphone XR, not having a home button takes a little getting
used to but once you master the new gestures, it's just as easy. There
are a couple of other differences, for example the dictate option is
in a different place on the screen, over all though it's a nice phone.
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