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Apple announces next-generation Apple Watch at the Apple Campus

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Cecil Davis | 15 September, 2018, 14:39

The new iPhones are likely to start at $800 for the LCD model, $900 for the iPhone X update and $1,000 for 6.5-inch OLED model, up from last year's starting prices of $699, $799 and $999, according to Nomura Group.

Share prices of Apple, the first $1 trillion publicly listed U.S. company, dropped over 1 per cent to $221.20 today after it launched new bigger phones, but stuck to smaller changes.

You can start pre-ordering the new iPhone Xs and Xs Max on September 14, this Friday. Rather than luring millions of new iPhone users, Apple's goal these days is to steadily raise average prices, while expanding the total number of active devices to support sales of accessories and digital services like iCloud storage, streaming music and video.

The iPhone XS Max is going to be available in configurations of 64GB, 256GB and 512GB.

The Apple Watch Series 3 is still available and has had a £50 price cut to £279 for the 38mm non-cellular version and £309 for the 40mm non-cellular model. The names are iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR.

Most notoriously, a pre-production model of the iPhone 4 was left in a bar in 2010 and subsequently purchased by and written about by the tech blog Gizmodo.

Both also get IP68 dust and water protection ratings, so they are waterproof up to a maximum depth of 2 metres for as much as 30 minutes.

The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are the next flagship smartphones from the company.

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Weight: 7.34 ounces (208 grams).

The iPhone XS and XS Max image signal processor can run 1 trillion operations on every photo you take. The company will make iPhone Xs devices in gold, space gray, and silver finishes. The iPhone XR goes on sale October 26. The iPhone Xs has a 5.8 inch super retina display with an all screen front display, while the iPhone Xs Max is 6.5 inches, Apple's biggest phone yet. It's an OLED panel with a resolution of 2688x1242 giving it the same density as the smaller iPhone Xs at 458 ppi. The bezels have dissolved, giving the screen a tall 19.5:9 aspect ratio and leaving behind a notch. If you are already used to a Plus-sized iPhone, you will find the iPhone XR to be even more manageable. The company may also announce a new smartwatch. We tried the new Bethesda game Blade game and it looked visually very appealing - although we did notice some stuttering as we flicked around the gameplay settings. What it lacks in dual-camera-ness it makes up for with computational photography: the iPhone XR can - like the Google Pixel line - do Portrait Mode using its single camera thanks to improvements to the image signal processor, neural engine, and algorithms. As a primary camera, it has a 12 megapixel wide angle lens. The larger screen will allow developers to fit more stuff on apps like Maps or Photos, he said.

This marks the largest color choice offered by Apple since the iPhone 5C. All three devices come fitted with Apple's latest A12 Bionic chipset based on 7nm architecture, which promises better performance while being less battery-hungry.

Will we get one more thing?

The iPhone Max is clearly designed for iPhone Plus owners- consumers that want a large device with a large screen and a battery to go with that.

What do you think of the new Apple Watch Series 4?

The iPhone is still Apple's most-important product, generating about two-thirds of revenue. We've got three new devices, and they are called, the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone Xr.

By making more expensive iPhones, Apple has been able to boost its profits despite waning demand as people upgrade phones less frequently.