Monday, 22 October, 2018

The biggest announcements from Apple's iPhone Xs event

Apple ditches dongles for older iPhones too Apple launches preorders for new iPhones and watches, some quickly sell out
Cecil Davis | 16 September, 2018, 03:40

A $100 discount on a phone that, until last week, was Apple's best iPhone doesn't sound too bad. The iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR are all powered by Apple's new A12 Bionic chip, which includes a 6-core CPU, a 4-core GPU, and a next-generation neural engine that's dedicated to machine learning. There's an intro video for the watch as well.

Apple's newly-launched iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and the iPhone XR are out and so are the smartphone technological advancements that the company was perfecting since past one year. So take a look below if you want more details.

The price reduction has also hit the Apple iPhone 7 which is now selling for under Rs 40,000 in the country, while the iPhone 8 Plus is still on the pricier side at Rs 69,900. And don't miss out on the first benchmarks, which reveal the RAM capacities (something that Apple traditionally omits from official info).

The new record was iPhone XS Max.

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People rushed to get emergency kits ready, map out escape routes, fill sandbags and secure their homes. "It's a big one", he said. That storm killed as many as 3,000 people and left the entire island without power for weeks and in some locations months.

Apple launched the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR on September 12.

Both the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max will be available in three colours - black, grey or off-white, and gold. Of course, owning the new, shiny gadget is always fun and exciting, but getting more mileage from your current iOS device means you're saving yourself money and helping the environment. We'll keep it our secret, this is just between you and me - and the rest of our readers, I suppose.

However, out of warranty screen fix will now drop to £166.40 on Plus models of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8, compared to £176.44 past year. The 6.1-inch LCD is classic Apple - well tuned and high on brightness - in a body slightly smaller than the previous Plus variants, thanks to the reduced bezels.

With Apple's upgrade offering, you're also paying to remove the hassle, because finding a trade-in site that will give you much for your used iPhone can be a lot of work.