In a much-awaited and live-streamed event at its Cupertino, California, headquarters on Wednesday, September 12, Apple revealed several new albeit familiar products.
Among these were the firm's iPhone Xs and Xs Max.
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Both models were elegantly designed with vibrant colors and what seemed to be a very user-friendly feel. Both also came with impressive upgrades including dual SIM capability that allows for two phone numbers to be present at the same time on the same device.
The new iPhone Xs is also water-resistant. And although it still has a 5.8-inch OLED screen, it now sports a new faster processor with added storage space of up to 512 GB, and 30 more minutes of battery life.
It also features a powerful screen display pinned on a savvy gold casing. Nobody ever accused Apple of not being smooth!
It's the Xs' camera, however, that really stole the show. Showcasing a dual-camera system, true-tone flash, and novel bigger and deeper pixel sensors, this new marvel of photography is twice as fast as its predecessor and features ideal portrait quality capabilities.
More impressively it incorporates Face ID technology. Exciting!
As if that weren't enough, Apple also revealed its biggest handset ever; the iPhone Xs Max. And the firm was not joking when they said the device is the largest to date.
The starting price for the iPhone Xs Max is $1,099 while the iPhone Xs will be priced from $999.
A massive 6.5-inch OLED screen adorns this beauty and it runs on the biggest battery Apple has ever put in a phone. This increased size also means the battery can run up to an hour and a half longer.