Prototype for the iPhone X!

Posted 3 weeks ago by Murat Mutlu


If you’re working on iPhone X apps before the big launch, we’ve got you covered with our latest release. You can now prototype for the iPhone X in just a few clicks…notch and all!

How to get started with iPhone X prototyping:

It’s super simple to get started. Simply create a new project and select the iPhone X from the options, or switch an existing project using the project settings. That’s it!

If you’re wondering how to attack the new screen size and notch, grab official iOS11 and iPhone X assets and resources from Apple’s website. Check out this awesome resource on our blog too for everything you need to know about designing for the iPhone X.

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