Somehow, probably by infinite-looping around the Apple Park Ring until it hit 88mph, Apple was able to send tomorrow’s iPhone hurtling back in time almost a year. As a result, if you spent a few hundred bucks more and learned some new gestures, you’ve been living the last eleven months in the bezel- and Home button-free future. But, as basically every sci-fi plot-twist ever has shown us, time travel is never without consequence. By releasing tomorrow’s iPhone last year, what was Apple going to release now, today? The answer, of course, was and is — and maybe will be, temporal pardoxes are hard! — an S-type update. Because, as much as some people dislike the iterative in-betweens, nobody likes nothing. As a result, I’m sure almost every review for the next long while is going to perseverate over a single, utterly predictable question: Whether iPhone X owners who picked up their little piece of the future last year should consider upgrading to an S-enhanced present this year. Spoiler alert: The people who bought the iPhone X last year were either constant early adopters or eager to upgrade then so they wouldn’t have to wait until now. They’ll ei...