The vertical design of the iPhone X Camera (along with other iPhones that have the same design) is disliked by some, perhaps many. Am curious what others think about a preference between the camera bump being flush to the back... at the cost of a thicker device (maybe with more battery or other additions?) or if people would rather prefer as thin of a device itself with a vertical camera bump. Apple packs in a lot of electronics in the iPhone, and I feel that they probably would have made it flush if it made sense, but given (in the past) everyone gets so hyped up and excited about devices getting thinner and thinner... and that camera module was probably the only thing that they couldnt reduce in thickness without compromise to the image quality, that overall thinness took precedence over a flush device. Given the complaints about the bump, which Apple obviously thought about the highest probability is that the only realistic solution to this would probably be to increase thickness.