The iPhone Xs, Xs Max, and Xr are bigger, better, and tougher than ever before. Made with state of the art materials, the latest iPhone models are not just stylish, they are made with a new glass formulation on the front and back that makes it stronger than ever. All three models have upgrades on the inside as well as the outside. These iPhones have a new A12 Bionic chip, faster than previous technology and with enough power to handle heavy gaming loads. All three of these iPhone models are available with 64GB, 128GB, and 512GB of storage space. The cameras of the iPhone Xs, Xs Max, and Xr have seen a few upgrades as well, with “smart” HDR, zero shutter lag, and the ability to identify faces and reduce redeye. Photographers can take a Portrait photo and adjust the depth of field after it has been taken. The front-facing camera is twice as fast than before, and 4K video comes standard. These iPhone models have dual-SIM support for users who switch between SIM cards, making them more convenient than ever. All major carriers - including Verizon, Sprint, and AT&T - are currently running specials for those ordering the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, or the iPhone Xr. Don’t miss your chance to have the latest iPhone technology! Read on to find out what you need to know about the iPhone Xs, Xs Max, and Xr.
The Newest iPhones
- iPhone Xs
- iPhone Xs Max
- iPhone Xr
The iPhone Xs is similar to the previous year’s iPhone X, with a 5.8-inch OLED display, the notch at the top, and the edge-to-edge screen. However, there have been significant changes with the Xs (pronounced ten ess) that make it worth a look. The Xs is made with a gold finish on the front and back, giving it more style than previous iPhone versions. The overall waterproofing and dustproofing have been improved, as well as the battery life; the iPhone Xs now gets up to 30 minutes more per charge. The iPhone Xs can also be submerged in water for up to 30 minutes, according to Apple. The new iPhone Xs starts at $999 for the 64GB model, and is available with more storage for a bit more money.
- Similar to iPhone X
- New stylish gold finish
- Only $999 for the 64GB model
iPhone Xs Max
With a 6.5-inch OLED display and a hefty price tag, the new iPhone Xs Max is touted as the largest and most expensive iPhone to date. Those who want gaming and video streaming wherever they go are bound to be pleased by the size and quality of the display. Like the iPhones Xs and Xr, this model is waterproof in up to two meters for 30 minutes. The Xs Max supports 3D Touch and FaceID, and has improved battery life, with up to 90 minutes more per charge, along with wireless charging capability. While there’s still no headphone jack, the iPhone Xs Max comes with a set of Apple EarPods in the box. This model starts at $1,099 for 64GB.
- Largest and most expensive iPhone to date
- 3D Touch and Face ID supported
- Starts at $1,099 for 64GB
While not as flashy as the iPhone Xs or iPhone Xs Max, the iPhone Xr is easier on the pocketbook without sacrificing any of the most popular features. This model sports the same A12 Bionic chip as the other two more expensive models, and gets 90 minutes more battery life than the iPhone 8 plus. The 6.1-inch LCD display supports Apple’s True Tone technology, making colors sharp. There is a single camera instead of dual lenses on the Xr, but the camera is still the same 12-megapixel as the other iPhones, including the ability to make adjustments after the photo has been taken. The front-facing camera has the same system as the other two models, supporting Face ID. The new Xr comes in red, yellow, black, white, blue, and coral, and is available in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB storage sizes. The iPhone Xr goes on sale October 19th and will ship a week later. Prices for this model start at $749, a solid $250 less than the other two new iPhone models, for the 64GB phone.
- $250 less than the iPhone Xs and Xs Max
- Starts at $749
- Has many of the features as more expensive iPhones
The iPhone Xs, Xs Max, and Xr are worth a look for hardcore Apple enthusiasts who want the latest upgrades and state of the art technology.