Another year, another batch of new iPhones. More than just the beginning of a new breed of iPhones, last year’s iPhone X is changing the narrative ever so slightly when it comes to upgrading to the latest and greatest. Yes, it’s an “S” generation, but, unlike before, the decision isn’t as clear-cut. But rather than directly answer the question of whether you should upgrade or not, it might be better to consider not what you’re upgrading to but where you’re upgrading from.
Of course, we have to first talk about what’s new. Some will argue that there isn’t much that’s changed this year. And they’d be both right and wrong. There are little massive changes here but, like in any “S” generation, the little changes do add up.
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