Apple announced three new iPhones during its fall event in Cupertino on Wednesday, including the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max and the iPhone XR.
The iPhone XS is basically the iPhone X with a few enhancements. The screen is better (more colorful), and it has improved camera processing thanks to the new and more powerful processor, the A12 Bionic, under the hood. It also has louder stereo speakers.
Holding it, though, it felt so much like the iPhone X. It will probably appeal to people who missed out on last year’s iPhone X, which Apple will stop selling, and it starts at the same price: $999. It’s a gorgeous phone, but it’s just an “S” incremental sort of upgrade from the iPhone X.
iPhone XS Max
The iPhone XS Max is featured with big screens, and the 6.5-inch display on the iPhone XS Max is the largest Apple has ever included in an iPhone.
The internals are the same as the iPhone XS, but there’s one major reason other than the huge screen why you might want the Max instead: battery life. Apple says it will last 1.5 hours longer than the already-impressive iPhone X. The iPhone XS will last just 30 minutes longer, Apple said.
Both phones feel really fast. The iOS 12 public preview also speeds things up, but the A12 Bionic chip offers another 30 percent performance boost.
As for the camera, Portrait Mode on the iPhone X is stellar, but with the new phones you can adjust the “bokeh” or the amount of blur in the background. That’s something we haven’t seen on an iPhone before, either.
Finally, the gold-colored steel running around the edges really shines, much more than the black does on my iPhone X. It’s a little gaudy, but some people like that extra bling.
The Max will start at $1,099, the highest starting price ever for an iPhone. The most expensive version, which comes with 512 GB of storage, costs a whopping $1,449 — that’s more than some Macbooks.
Lastly, Apple also introduced the iPhone XR. It’s the cheapest of the three new iPhones announced on Wednesday, starting at $749.
The iPhone XR makes some trade-offs: It doesn’t have the fancy dual-camera setup on the back, so while you can still take portrait shots they probably won’t be as good as those on the better iPhones. Also, while it has the same powerful A12 Bionic processor as the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, it has an LCD screen that’s noticeably not as colorful and bright as the OLED used in the flagship devices. You can tell right away that it’s not as good, but the price difference might attract people to this model.
One feature that helps it stand out: It will ship in five colors, like blue and red and yellow. They look nice, but not as fancy as the XS models.
Extra Tips: How to Set Apple Music as iPhone Ringtone
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