Apple Announces iPhone Xr With Face ID That is Bigger And Cheaper Than iPhone X

This affordable model will certainly please iPhone fans on a budget.

In a much-awaited and live-streamed event at its Cupertino, California, headquarters on Wednesday, September 12, Apple revealed several new albeit familiar products.

Amongst its many marvels of modern digital communication was the iPhone XR, a model that is bigger and cheaper than iPhone X. The starting price for the iPhone XR is $749.

But don't let that fool you. This device is just as good as the rest.

Equipped with an LCD-based 6.1-inch "liquid retina" display as well as Apple’s coveted Face ID system found in last year’s iPhone X, Xr is an affordable addition sure to please cash-strapped iPhone fans.

Apple Announces iPhone Xr With Face ID That is Bigger And Cheaper Than iPhone X

The device also indicates that iPhone X’s design and features have become standard across the all the firm's new line. Although it features only one camera, iPhone Xr does come in a pleasant variety of colors; black, yellow, coral, white, blue, and red.

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This marks the largest color choice offered by Apple since the iPhone 5C. Finally, it incorporates the A12 Bionic chip as well as the same advanced AI-driven camera features as the Xs models.

iPhone XR will be available with 64GB, 128GB, 256GB of storage memory and run on Apple's iOS 12 operating system. 

Resistant to dust and water up to IP67 specifications, Xr is made out of glass and aluminum. Best of all, it starts at only $750. Budget-friendly indeed!

Apple Announces iPhone Xr With Face ID That is Bigger And Cheaper Than iPhone X
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