Latest video of Apple iPhone X shows how the notch might interfere with some apps



With the launch of the Apple iPhone X less than two-weeks away, a new video of the tenth anniversary model in the wild has been disseminated. The clip reveals that not all apps appear to be optimized to perfectly fit the new 5.8-inch edge-to-edge OLED display. Even though the video is only 9-seconds in length, we do get to see how Instagram looks on the phone, and some are not going to be happy with what they see.

The Instagram heading is too close to the dreaded notch at the top of the iPhone X screen, and appears not to be aligned correctly. The picture and video sharing app won't be the only one with a problem on the Premium model. One developer, who claims to have written iOS apps for eight years, says that testing his app on iPhone X resulted in many problems in portrait "and about a million problems in landscape."


If you're quick on the draw with the pause button, you can see for yourself how Instagram looks on the iPhone X by clicking on the video at the top of the story.

source: iOSandJoy

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