I wrote an article about why I hate my new iPhone X. A lot of people didn’t agree with me. That doesn’t change my opinion. When I published my article on the iPhone X, I was prepared for a bit of hate mail. After all, I was going against the consensus, and I knew many people didn’t think my biggest complaint – that it’s difficult to use with one hand – was anything to make a stink about. And if I didn’t know that before I published, I certainly would have realized it soon after. Both my inbox and my Twitter notifications flooded with reader responses, almost all negative and condescending. Apple fans are a notoriously loyal bunch – the company regularly appears on lists of consumers’ most-loved brands – so it’s no surprise the article’s publication stirred a hornet’s nest. Some people seem to have taken personally my wish to have a phone that works for me. Some told me to stop driving and texting at the same time (I don’t own a car). Others insinuated I might be new to technology or Apple products (I’ve used an iPhone since 2012). One reader email used a flawed example of… Read full this story
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