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Apple announced the latest iPhone yesterday. It’s thinner, faster and has a better screen than the previous model. But of course it does. That’s how these things go. But the phone also lacks things I consider part of my daily life. I’m lost. This iPhone is not for me. Without these two features, I’ll stick with the boring and passé iPhone 8. The iPhone X follows a troubling trend. Apple is seemingly in a habit of reducing core features rather than advancing them. Maybe I’m an old man yelling at clouds for moving too fast. I have an iPhone 6. I upgrade only when I must and I’m approaching a point where I need to upgrade. My current phone’s storage is full and the battery doesn’t last half the day. I’ve had this one since September 2014. Full story

13 September