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An Apple Inc Employee Might Be In Trouble For This iPhone X Hands-On Video By His Daughter

The video got removed after few hours from the YouTube channel

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Apple unveiled its most talked about iPhone ever, the iPhone X last month at the Steve Jobs theater located in Cupertino. The new member of the iPhone family is going to be launched soon for the iPhone lovers, but there are already some videos showing how it exactly feels operate it. However, it is not clear either the videos are shared by the company officially or by some tech lovers who got their hands on the new iPhone mobile technology.

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Following the online buzz making trend an Apple employee’s daughter shared a video showing the exclusive iPhone X. YouTuber, Brooke Peterson has uploaded a video to her channel documenting her visit to Apple’s campus. In the video, her father seems to be an Apple employee and the video includes several minutes of hands-on iPhone X section. Peterson showed the features of the phone in the Caffe Macs inside the Apple campus. After some time Brook Peterson deleted the video, might be the company made an objection to the video, but you can still watch the video below. However, the video is probably the best look that we have got till the date of iPhone X in live action.

 

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There is another video on the social media of iPhone X showing the way of switching between the iPhone mobile apps. Since the iPhone X lacks the iconic iPhone home button the developers have taken another route to switch between the apps. In iPhone double tapping the home button allows the users to switch between the app. However, the iPhone X serves a bit more native user interaction. In order to switch the app, the users' needs create an arch while swiping on the home screen which pushed aside the running app and the previous app will take the home screen.

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