Apple's iPhone XS, iPhone XS Plus/Max release date schedule: These phones will be launched on Wednesday, September 12, and should be available to pre-order from September 14, with an on-sale date of September 21. Now in a another set of leaks coming from Germany, prices of the iPhone Xs series have been revealed online.
The Cupertino-based company was also rumoured to name the top-end model as the iPhone Xs Plus, but now sources indicate it will be called as the "iPhone Xs Max" and the generic model, the true successor of the iPhone X (2017) will be called as iPhone Xs.
iPhone XsThe iPhone Xs will be an improved version of last year's iPhone X heavy-hitter, and as such, will come with the new Apple A12 chipset, 4GB of RAM, a likely improved dual-camera, and the same 5.8-inch OLED display. Interestingly, Apple's event invite also features the same gold colour, thereby confirming that the iPhone will feature the new gold and black blend. Reports suggest that the iPhone Xs Max will be offered in both single SIM and dual SIM configurations, depending on the market and region.
Resolution is a little unclear at the moment. What about a third of the smartphone, its name is kept secret, and he will be the most affordable in the series due to the iPS screen of 6.1 inches.
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The German website Macerkopf now came up with the pricing of all the three upcoming iPhones. If your iPhone 8 has an eligible serial number, which you can check on the replacement program page, Apple will replace its logic board for free. Apart from this we also expect the company to launch an upgrade for the WatchOS which is due for a long time now.
Who is the target audience for the iPhone XS? This 7nm manufacturing process will drastically increase the performance and power efficiency of the iPhone XS Max. It wouldn't be unreasonable to suggest a 512GB option might appear somewhere though, given Samsung introduced this on the Note 9.
As per Ming Chi Kuo, an Apple analyst, Apple will be sticking with the Face ID on the new iPhones as a security feature.
That's either going to make it an iPhone SE 2, or an iPhone XSE. This also hints at the idea that the two devices will be very similar in terms of design and specs as earlier leaks have already shown us. We'll find out the truth at the upcoming Apple event on September 12.
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