The iPhone XR apparently have a lower overall display pixel resolution than that of the iPhone 8 Plus at 1920 x 1080 compared to 1792 x 828, respectively. Performance in benchmark tests barely beats last year's iPhone X and iPhone 8, and there are no exciting new features to be excited about. Competition is heating up in inter-company recruitments too, in April, Apple hired Google's top AI boss, John Giannandrea.
IPhone X and iPhone 8 featured glass rears that allowed for wireless charging to make its way to Apple's lauded smartphone line past year.
That, for those who don't hang of every world that a black turtle-necked geek says, includes the one that they only bloody launched previous year, the last time that we all got ourselves into a similar tizz. The iPhone Xs starts at $999 for the 64GB variant and the iPhone Xs Max starts at $1099 for similar storage. The OLED models iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max have got an early release date whereas the less expensive LCD model iPhone XR will be coming after a month. Perhaps the success of iPhone X encouraged Apple to make the bold move.
On the software front, the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max will run iOS 12 out-of-the-box.
We admit, the idea of charging your Apple Watch, iPhone and AirPods all at the same time with battery status displayed on your smartphone is pretty neat. While there are no doubts that some consumers are very excited about the new products, it appears that Huawei is attempting to take some of the wind out of Apple's sails by throwing some subliminal jabs.
In fact, there's two things that the iPhone X has that the iPhone XR doesn't: 3D Touch, and a dual-camera setup on the back. Priced at Rs. 1,00,700, this model costs the same as iPhone XS Max in China. Also, the new endurance series from JBL aims to enthrall fitness enthusiats and atheletes.
Apple is saying goodbye to the headphone jack for good.
The 6S and the SE were the last iPhone models to have a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The iPhone XR, which is the more budget-friendly option, opens with a US$749 price tag. As a contributor to Billionaire 365, Jackson mostly covers markets and trade.
At one point during Apple's keynote, three people demonstrating an augmented-reality game faced off while consumed by their giant screens, the ideal image for our binge smartphone times.