Design Talk 41. UX of iPhone X; Steve Litchfield, producer, The Phones Show

Just how significant are the user experience changes in iPhone X and what hints do they give us about the future of mobile innovation? Steve Litchfield, technology journalist and one of the world’s most experienced reviewers of smartphones, shares his hands-on impressions of Apple’s flagship with MEX founder Marek Pawlowski. Drawing on his experiences reviewing more than 200 mobile devices, Steve places iPhone X in the context of 20+ years of touchscreen interfaces. The conversation expands to discuss other pioneering mobile OS which may have ‘inspired’ some of Apple’s new UX and Steve’s thoughts on the future of mobile devices as creative tools. Get in touch with feedback and questions @mexfeed on Twitter or email

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"You get used to the lack of home button on iPhone X instantly. It makes you wonder why Apple hasn't done it for the last 9 years." Steve Litchfield, producer, The Phones Show Episode 41, MEX Design Talk podcast


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