Meet The New iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR

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Apple has announced its newest generation of iPhones dubbed the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max and the iPhone XR. The trio which all share the "X" moniker all bare a striking resemblance to the iPhone X, with the iPhone XS being the closet to the iPhone X. Sans the new A12 bionic chip, the two are practically indistinguishable in both looks and guts.


iPhone XS

iPhone XS

iPhone XR

The new iPhones are largely the same and only indistinguishable by their size and the choice of display. While the iPhone XS and XS Max both share an OLED display, the cheaper iPhone XR uses an LCD instead. The iPhone XS has a 5.8" display, while the iPhone XS Max has a 6.5" display and the iPhone XR has a 6.1" display.
Besides Apple head first furlong into bezeless terrritory not much has changed between last year's iPhone X and this year's devices. The biggest addition to the iPhone would have to be Dual-SIM functionality which has been noticeably absent from Apple's line of smartphone since inception.


The iPhone XS and XS Max will come in a choice of three colours; Silver, Gold, Space Gray, while the iPhone XR will a choice of Blue, White, Yellow, Black, Coral and Red. The memory options will be 64GB, 256GB and 512GB for the iPhone XS and XS Max while the iPhone XR will have 64GB, 128GB and 256GB memory options. The iPhone XR will also be lacking the Dual Camera setup.
The pricing for the iPhone XS starts at $999 for the base model (64GB), the iPhone XS starts at $1099 for the base model with the iPhone XR costing $749 for the base model.