By now, you’ve probably heard that the new iPhone X has a new “Macan” model name and that it’s an “interior design job.”
But what exactly is a “Mac” in a design job?
How much of a difference does this make to a product?
Read on to find out.
A Macan is a piece of leather that has a flat shape on one side and a curved shape on the other.
It’s usually used for accents, or as a replacement for leather, to add texture and depth to the look of a design.
The curved edge makes it easier to grip, while the flat sides of the leather keep the product’s overall weight low.
Macan leathers are popular for their sleekness, which can help make a design stand out from its surrounding.
A Macan’s rounded edges and simple shape also make it a natural choice for a wallet.
Apple has been known to make Macan wallets available in various colors, so it’s likely that Apple has a few options available in its new iPhone line-up.
We’re going to take a look at how a Macan might look in an iPhone X and Apple has confirmed that the design is not an interior design job.
Apple told us that “the curved edge” on the Macan was a natural fit for the iPhone X, while its “flat sides” were an afterthought.
We’ve reached out to Apple for comment, and will update this article with any new information we receive.
In our testing, we noticed a few slight differences in how Apple’s new iPhone handled the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
In general, the iPhone 9 Plus looked much better than the iPhone 8 Plus, with a slight smoother look to its edges and the most prominent design elements.
The iPhone X also looked more polished, with edges that seemed to be more rounded and less sharp.
But how much difference is there between the two iPhones?
Apple has provided a few different measurements that show how the iPhone’s design changes depending on the material you use.
Apple’s site states that a “macan” is made of leather or leather-like fibers.
Leather typically weighs more than other materials, so a “high-end” Macan would be made of high-end leather and features a curved edge.
The same goes for “high quality” Macans.
This iPhone X’s curved edge is not the same as the curved edge of a traditional leather wallet, so Apple has said that it will offer a more premium Macan option in the iPhone 10.
We’re also not entirely sure how this will affect the price of the new device, but it’s definitely worth checking out if you’re looking for a quality leather wallet.
Another interesting detail to note is that the iPhone will feature a dual-layer design that includes an “inverted” finish, making it look like an iPhone 8.
The double-layer “inversion” design was first introduced on the iPhone 6s and the iPhone SE.
It allows you to flip your iPhone up and down without damaging your screen or display.