Apple iPhone XR-Xs-Xs Max :
Apple iPhone XR :
The iPhone XR looks a lot like the iPhone X, featuring an edge-to-edge display and a ‘notch’ at the top of the screen that houses the facial recognition sensors. That means, as expected, there’s no Home button. Here’s a brief look at all the iPhone XR’s key features and specs.
- Launched September 12; release date October 23 (pre-orders open October 16)
- 6.1-inch LCD ‘Liquid Retina’ screen sized between the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus
- iPhone X-style ‘notch’
- 1.5 hours more battery life than the iPhone 8 Plus (according to Apple)
- Face ID (no Home button)
- Faster Apple A12 7nm SoC
- Single rear camera with simulated ‘bokeh’ effect
- Dual-SIM is China-only – eSim in the rest of the world
- IP67 water-resistant (up to 1m for 30 minutes)
- Black, white, red, yellow, coral and blue color options
Apple has bundled a brand new, custom-built chip in the iPhone XR. Called the Apple A12 Bionic (the last one was the Apple A11 Bionic), it offers a number of battery and performance improvements according to Apple, as well as a significantly enhanced image signal processor (ISP).
For reference, the current A11 Bionic has two high-performance cores that are 25% faster than those of the two-year-old A10 Fusion, and four high-efficiency cores, which are around 70% snappier than those found on the A10 Fusion, according to Geekbench benchmark results.
The only information concerning speed that we received from Apple was that the A12 provides 30% faster app launching and a 50% improvement over the A11. A number of companies, including Samsung and TSMC – both of which have supplied Apple with components in the past – are working on a 7nm process that cuts the distance between transistors, so it’s no surprise that the tech has made an appearance on the much-anticipated iPhone XR.
Apple iPhone XS:
Apple’s iPhone XS and XS Max are now available to pre-order, with shipping to begin on 21 September.
At the time of writing, all variants of both the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max have sold out on the Apple website, with shipping for all configurations now listed as ‘one to two weeks’.
Pre-orders for the iPhone XR begin on 19 October before the handset starts shipping on 26 October.
Apple is taking pre-orders for the iPhone XS and XS Max. Here in Blighty, the XS will fetch £999, £1,149 and £1,349, while the XS Max will set you back £1,099, £1,249 and £1,449, respectively.
The iPhone XR, which will be offered with 64GB, 128GB or 256GB storage, will be priced at £749, £799 and £899, respectively, when it goes on sale next month.
Under the hood, the new iPhone XS models pack Apple’s A12 Bionic CPU, the first commercially available 7nm chip. The processor, which comprises of a four-core CPU, six-core GPU a next-gen eight-core neural engine, promises to deliver a 15 percent performance boost compared to last year’s A11 chip, 40 percent lower power consumption and support for real-time machine learning.
On the photography front, the iPhone XS and XS Max pack a dual 12MP camera setup, which boasts a larger sensor than that found on the iPhone X and an improved TrueTone flash. There’s a bunch of new Camera software features incoming too, including a new ‘Smart HDR’ mode and the ability to adjust a photo’s depth of field after it’s been taken.
Apple iPhone XS MAX :
The iPhone XS Max has a big, brilliant display and a little more battery life than the XS. It benefits from the improvements that the XS also has: faster speeds, some durability and water resistance improvements, better camera and dual-SIM support.
The supersize iPhone XS Max crams a 6.5-inch screen and all of the same great features of the iPhone XS into a Plus-sized body — but it’s not as huge a leap up as you might think.
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