Wednesday, September 12, 2018

IPHONE XR and XS specs


iPhone XR specs: Apple's cheaper iPhone

    6.1-inch LCD screen with 1,792x828 resolution and 326ppi (Retina display)
    Aluminum body with glass black
    Single camera: 12-megapixel wide-angle lens, with IOS (same as iPhone XS)
    Portrait mode photos through software
    FaceID with same True-Depth camera system as iPhone XS
    A12 Bionic chip
    Battery life claim: 1.5 hours more per day than the iPhone 8 Plus
    IP67 water resistance
    No 3D Touch on iPhone XR. Instead, you get haptic touch, like a trackpad
    iOS 12 software
    Colors: Blue, coral, yellow, white, black, Project Red

iPhone XS and XS Max quick specs

    Two sizes: 5.8-inch (458ppi) and 6.5-inch (458ppi) with OLED HDR display (Super Retina displays)
    Colors: Gold, Silver and Space Grey finishes
    Camera: Dual camera 12-megapixel wide and telephoto lenses
    Front-facing cameras: 7-megapixel camera will bring depth to portrait mode photos
    A12 Bionic chip, 7nm (nanometer) processor promises to launch apps 30 percent faster than 2017 iPhones
    IP68 water-resistance rating (two meters for 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 e-SIM technology
    Face ID promises to work faster at unlocking the phones
    3D Touch pressure-sensitivite screen
    Stereo sound with a wider stereo field than 2017 iPhones
    iOS 12 software
    AR support through calibrated cameras, ARKit and A12 Bionic chip

The iPhone XS starts from $999 for a 64GB device.

The iPhone XS Max starts from $1099 for a 64GB device.
 Those are pre-orderable on Friday, and shipping on September 21.

The iPhone XR starts from $749 for a 64GB device – a price cut on the introductory price of the iPhone 8. It’s orderable late, on Oct 19, and shipping Oct 26. I wonder if that’s to prevent cannibalisation of the gotta-have-it-now crowd?

Price cuts downrange bring the iPhone 7 to $449 and iPhone 8 to $599.

UK prices are TBC. The phones will be carried by all the major carries, including EE, Three, O2 and Vodafone, although only EE and Vodafone seem to be fully supporting features like the cellular Apple Watch and the dual sim support.

$1099 for 64GB XS MAX . 

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