How to use iPhone X when without Home button

Apple's new phone operation changed a lot when the Home button was left unchanged. Home button is one of the unique features of iPhone during the past 10 years. However, with the iPhone X just sold, Apple has removed this button, pulling the adjustment on operate the device.

How to use iPhone X when without Home button
Previously you can press the Home button to wake up the screen (wake up) with iPhone X will be the tap on the screen. To return to the main screen, the user swipe from the bottom edge up. Instead of double-clicking the Home button, open multitasking on your iPhone X by swiping from the bottom edge up and stopping in the middle of the screen. Swipe left, right, to change between apps. Alternatively, swipe from left to right, (and vice versa) at the bottom of the screen.
With previous models, swipe from the bottom up to open the Control Center control center.
The iPhone X is replaced by a swipe from the top corner, right of the screen down. Swipe in the upper or left edge to open the notification manager.

Power off, screen capture, Siri
To "wake up" Siri voice assistant, previously users hold the Home key but with the iPhone X changed to hold the power key.
Hold the volume up key with the power key, you will open the menu to shut down or make an emergency call. Meanwhile, combine the volume down button and the power button to take a screenshot.

Face ID and Apple Pay
With the iPhone X, Apple replaced the Touch ID fingerprint sensor with face ID recognition. Manipulating and using this technology is quite simple.
The Face ID replaces the user's password and is also applicable to payments made with Apple Pay. To use, you press the power button twice and perform facial authentication.

Animated Animoji
As part of iOS 11, the Animoji feature will use a 3D (Face ID) sensor to simulate facial expressions through fun icons. To use, go to the messaging menu and select Animoji, then tap record.

Portrait Lightning
Not only on the iPhone X, studio-style portraits are also available on the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. To do that, user need to choose Portrait in the camera menu and then switches back and forth between the five Portrait Lighting modes. In addition, you can also change or add effects after taking photos.
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