Ditching the visible key on the X model is one giant stride made by Apple. Although we can hardly repeat this when we consider a lot of people who can’t just help but snuggle over nostalgic moments. In this case, it is really a good thing that the home key isn’t entirely gone for good. So you may still be permitted to add other custom options so far you can locate and execute them. For example, the virtual key function is to enable users still enjoy their iPhones without really missing the button touch. But it becomes more obvious that some people still want things the way they were; “no virtual anything”, and no entirely flat surface. Just bring back the old key.
Now to attain this landmark with the X, the Apple brand discontinued with the button feature; its primary function was locating the user to the home screen, and running a finger ID. Now all these were wiped into oblivion to welcome the frameless screen.
The Portal Home Key custom made for your X
Well Apple has had its day, let’s skip to the part where all this is confronted with a solution. Now a Chinese firm has just created something from this challenge. It is called the portable key, custom made to serve your iPhone X “home” needs. Your X would just act out its “home roles”, with this key connected directly to its glowing entrance. Not just that, you would find additional features, like the earphone jack, and even a light on the device. You can be rest assured that with the earphone jack, the music experience while charging becomes a possible deal.
Although it doesn’t come with the luxury of a finger ID scan, the portable key can fully serve many purposes like its eliminated ancestor. Some users happened to have discovered this device way before you did, and it seems to have been positive reviews. In their opinion, the home device’s performance equals the default key on all previous iPhones which we happen to be familiar with. A push on the key, and you are taken to the home screen. If pushed twice, it switches through your applications in a quick flip. And if the key is pushed and held down, the Siri is launched. With all these, it is safe to say that right in the iOS of your X, the home function is enabled. It isn’t just supported by a button. Well who says a portable key wouldn’t do just fine.