Apple Event 2018: Apple has finally announced the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone Xr at its grand event held at the Steve Jobs Theater in California. The iPhone Xs has a 5.8-inch Super Retina display while the iPhone Xs Max has a 6.5-inch Super Retina display. The display supports HDR and there are stereo speakers packed in both the iPhones. Both the new iPhones have Face ID as the biometric method. The iPhone Xr is the iPhone for the masses as it packs nearly similar features at a lower price point. Apple also launched the Apple Watch Series 4 with support for ECG and sensors that can detect the fall and alert the local emergency numbers.
Phil Schiller announced the pricing of the iPhones that have just been launched. Proving the predictions true, Apple announced the pricing as follows – iPhone Xr will cost $749 for the base variant, the iPhone Xs costs $999 while the iPhone Xs Max will start at $1,099. All three iPhones will come in the 512GB storage option while the OLED iPhones will have two other variants – 64GB and 256GB while the iPhone Xr will pack 64GB and 128GB other than the top-end storage variant.
The iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max are the new iterations that pack a few subtle improvements at a plain sight. The new Apple A12 Bionic is the fastest processor, as Apple says, that will power the iPhones. With new machine learning sourced from the new neural engine, the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max can do over 5 trillion operations per second. There is now the first-ever 512GB iPhones coming to the stores. The iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs has support for dual SIM cards, for the first time ever in the history of iPhones.
The iPhone Xr has been launched to reach more customers, made with durable glass and comes in White, Black, Blue, Coral, Yellow, and (PRODUCT) RED colours. There is a 6.1-inch LCD display that runs from edge to edge with Pixel masking technology. Apple is calling the Liquid Retina Display, because of the change in the material. iPhone Xr is powered by the Apple A12 Bionic, supports Face ID, Tap to wake, True Tone display, a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera on the rear, TrueDepth camera on the front.