The glass on the iPhone XS / XS Max, according to Apple, is the strongest ever on an iPhone. However, with the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR, only the display needs to be illuminated (locked or unlocked) to trigger a notification on your phone prompting you to perform the action from the tag.
The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus were unveiled in 2015 and it was evident Apple would kill the handset sooner or later.
Best yet, the aluminum-and-glass iPhone XR shows its colorful personality, coming in blue, yellow, coral and red (through Project Red), in addition to buttoned-up white and black. They might be pricey, but there's one way you can earn some quick cash you help you pay for them.
Apple took to the stage yesterday to unveil its brand new lineup of iPhones.
Many believed that Apple was set to release a refreshed iPhone SE 2, as it looks to reach more low-end consumers and break into developing markets.
The iPhone Xs has been introduced in a 512 GB storage model as well.
With the launch of the new iPhone XS, XS Max and iPhone XR, Apple has reduced the price of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 7 models by £100. The iPhone X was nowhere to be seen, along with the iPhone 6S and the smaller iPhone SE.
Later sale date: While the iPhone XS devices go on sale September 21 (preorders start September 14), you won't be able to buy the iPhone XR until October 26 (preorders start October 19).
Activist investor Jana Partners and the California State Teachers' Retirement System (CalSTRS), which both have stakes in Apple, early this year called on the company to give parents more tools to ensure children are using its devices in ways that aren't hurting them. But hey! There's IP68 water resistance on offer here, and a new Gold color in addition to Silver and Space Gray. However, given Apple's iPhone X released previous year and the fact that the price started at $999.00, the attached price-tag is one of the most important factors of any Apple release. If you want a 2018 iPhone (and not the iPhone 8, 8 Plus or iPhone 7), you can keep a little more money in the bank.