Apple had a big event on September 12th, and they released information on three of its latest iPhones. The iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR. These smartphones all have edge-to-edge screen displays. They all run on the powerful A12 chip. They will be available at most locations as of September 14th.
These iPhones will be replacing the iPhone X. They start at $749, $999 and $1,099, and the prices adjust based upon your specifications that are selected. The main difference in the XR and the XS iPhones is in the material. The XR is made out of aluminum as opposed to stainless steel.
The screen is a little less quality, being LCD instead of OLED. The OLED allows the screen to curve around the edges, so the XR will not have that look if you inspect it closely by the corners. The XS Max offers a bigger display screen than the other 2 new iPhones.
Apple in the past tried a cheaper iPhone, with the iPhone SE and iPhone 5C. Their designs were quite different than the main iPhones and they did not last long. On this occasion with their latest iPhones, the cheaper iPhone XR has the same basic design and many other features as the top line iPhones. The XR has a single lense on the back for it’s camera as opposed to a dual lense for the XS iPhones.
With these latest iPhones for 2018, Apple is hoping to see good results from buyers, and possibly enough to push past Chinese manufacturer Huawei for 2nd place behind Samsung as the world’s # 1 smartphone maker.
Some quick specs on the iPhone XS and XS Max :
They come in 2 sizes: 5.8-inch (458 ppi) and 6.5-inch (458 ppi), with OLED HDR screen (Super Retina displays)
You can choose from 3 colors: Gold, silver and space gray finishes
They both have Dual cameras: 12-megapixel wide and telephoto lenses
They have Front-facing cameras: 7-megapixel camera will bring depth to portrait mode photos
A12 Bionic chip: 7-nanometer processor promises to launch apps 30 percent faster than 2017 iPhones
You have 3 storage options: 64GB, 128GB, 512GB
IP68 water-resistance rating (2 meters depth; up to 30 minutes in water)
Battery life: iPhone XS should last 30 minutes longer than iPhone X; iPhone XS Max claims 1.5 hours longer than the iPhone X
Dual-SIM card support through eSIM technology
Face ID promises to work faster at unlocking the phones
3D Touch pressure-sensitive screen
Stereo sound with a wider stereo field than 2017 iPhones
They are running on the iOS 12 software
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