Apple launches the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max

Apple has just announced the new iPhone XS and its bigger brother XS Max. Both the new iPhones will be succeeding the existing iPhone X.

The iPhone XS comes with a 5.8-inch display while iPhone XS Max comes with a 6.5-inch display. On the top of the device is a notch which houses the front camera and the Face ID. On the back of the device is a vertical camera setup which houses two cameras and a flash.

The device is powered by A12 Bionic SoC which has a hexa-core CPU, quad-core GPU, and a neural engine, and will deliver 15% faster application processing than last year’s A11 chip. Apple has also added support for Core ML as well as AR Gaming and tracking. Both the iPhone XS and XS Max are the first iPhones to come with Dual-SIM and e-SIM support.

Moving to the camera, both the iPhones will have two 12-MP cameras one of which will be a telephoto lens and the other will be a wide-angle lens. Both phones will be available in Space Gray, Silver, and Gold finishes and will come in 64GB, 128GB, 512GB storage options.

The iPhone XS will start at $999 and the iPhone XS Max will start at $1099. Both the iPhones will be available for pre-order starting September 14 and will ship starting September 21. Apple also shared that the second wave of shipment will begin on September 28.

Apple also launched a 3rd, more affordable device, the iPhone XR. Read more about that here.

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