The iPhone X features a 5.8-inch display – the largest display offered on an iPhone – and the device is almost entirely screen on the front, except for a space reserved for a camera and sensors at the top. The device's Super Retina Display will also use OLED technology for improved colors, contrast and energy efficiency over LCD. And, the resolution will go up to 2,436 x 1,125, a sizable increase in pixels from past iPhones. Taken together, that suggests the iPhone X display will offer an improved experience for writing emails, managing your calendar, or even editing a PowerPoint while on the go. Hadley said that the iPhone X's "full-screen glass, from a business perspective, will be very helpful with looking at PowerPoint, Excel, Skype."
"I think it's the right size [for productivity purposes]", said Michael Goldstein, president and CEO of LAN Infotech, an Apple partner based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. "The display quality looks amazing."