Not Just A Pretty Logo
The technology war between Android users and Apple fans has playfully raged on for years. Team Apple thinks android users’ phone photos look like they’ve been snapped on a potato, while Android users think Apple fanboys and fangirls are emptying their wallets for nothing more than a trendy logo to show off.
It turns out that those shiny Apple logos on the back of iPhones are no longer just a show of vanity. iPhone X was the first model to turn the apple into a functional tapping pad, allowing users to assign commands such as taking a screenshot to double and triple-tapping actions. The feature is disabled by default, leaving several users clueless about its existence.