Jony Ive: the iPhone X is function before form and will evolve to 'do things it can’t do now'


As is becoming customary after the unveiling of a major new Apple product, chief designer Jony Ive sat down for a low-key interview with a design-centric publication, revealing details about the thought process that went into making the iPhone X. The biggest part of the interview actually goes to Apple's new "space ship" headquarter, the Ring, but there Jony Ive goes about the philosophy of Apple as creators of physical objects.

This has seemingly been the goal with the creation of Apple's first all-screen handset, the iPhone X, too. The whole point of its design has been to be a first iteration, as if a work in progress whose outer appearance doesn't define what it can do, but rather becomes an afterthought after you've perused it for a while:

source: Wallpaper

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