Still, analysts who track Apple's sales are anticipating the iPhone XR will prove to be a popular option given that it has the same processor as the iPhone XS while offering a big screen and price tag that's $250 less. In comparison, the iPhone XS starts at $999 United States dollars and the iPhone XS Max starts at $1,099 USD.
And it also comes in more colours - six to be exact, reminiscent of the iPhone 5C from 2013: white, black, blue, yellow, coral and (Product) RED.
The iPhone XR is available for preorder now, and it hits stores on Friday, Oct. 26. Also, instead of 4GB RAM that you'd get in the iPhone XS, the iPhone XR comes with 3GB RAM and in storage variants of 64GB, 128GB. and 256GB. Nevertheless, the notched 6.1-inch IPS LCD bezel-less display found on the iPhone XR will most likely exhibit the same quality that iPhone LCD displays have been known for.
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The XR has a 6.1inch edge-to-edge LCD display (rather than the more expensive OLED used in the other models) which Apple has called Liquid Retina.
We also strongly suspect the next iPhones, due in 2019, will feature 8K AMOLED screens, be capable of over 15 gazillion quadraflops of info bashing, be triangular in shape, and come with the option of implant directly into Apple users' cerebral cortex and central nervous system.
This phone features plenty of new technology including a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina edge-to-edge display, wireless charging and new A12 Bionic processor which is now outperforming all of its Android rivals in speed tests.
The iPhone Upgrade Programme is available for iPhone XR at apple.com and Apple Stores in the United Kingdom with low monthly payments starting at £41.45 with zero percent interest.
From 9to5Mac, about the vids: The first "briefly leads with the color choices, then shows how the camera can offer apparent depth-of-field control despite its single lens ..."