Apple has released the designs of its newest iPhone line-ups, stirring up new tech blogs if this is worth the upgrade.
The new iPhones, the XS, XS Max, and XR will finally be available on October 26 that come in prices that is almost as expensive as a MacBook.
Prices of the new phones are pegged at £999 for iPhone XS, £1,099 for iPhone XS Max and £749 for iPhone XR, according to a Telegraph report.
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Telegraph said the set of new iPhones will have the largest screen ever, at a staggering 6.5 inches, and will be equipped with the top-of-the-line A12 Bionic processors, which Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller described in a report as “the smartest, most powerful chip ever in a smartphone.”
The three phones are equipped with a 12-megapixel camera. It also has a 7-megapixel for its front camera, which will support its much-improved FaceID.
Here it is! The new gold iPhone X’s Max! pic.twitter.com/9wLu2Ri1Ou
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CNBC said that while iPhone has generally increased the prices for the new iPhones, the iPhone XR may entice those who did not upgrade to the iPhone X.
“But costs a lot less than last year’s X thanks to features like its cheaper LCD display, aluminium body and single-lens camera. To those who were put off by the $1,000 price tag on last year’s iPhone X, this year’s iPhone XR will look like a steal. That could help overall unit sales pick up,” said CNBC.
MacWorld has named the iPhone XR as the Apple’s “budget” phone in this year’s line up, even if it remains relatively pricey.