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Apple Explains "Everything to Know" About iPhone Xs in 54 Seconds

15 September 2018

Unfortunately for the impatient among us, Apple won't actually start shipping any of its new devices until the end of next week (and even longer for the iPhone Xr), so the closest you're going to get to any of them (unless you were actually invited to the event in California) is a series of YouTube videos. It goes live tomorrow 9/15 (but will automatically apply to eligible existing pre-orders) and will be available when the new phones launch on September 21. The new line-up has followed some design cues from the last year's iPhone X, courtesy of notched display and overall design. Here, the tech colossus announced the launch of three new phones: the iPhone Xs; the larger, more expensive iPhone Xs Max; and, starting at $749, the cheaper iPhone XR.

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The more affordable iPhone XR (64GB variant) would be available for Rs 76,900 in India.

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Compared to the Apple A11 chipset that powers the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X, the hexa-core A12 offers almost 33.3 percent increased performance, doubled GPU score, 50 percent improvement in UX score and around 20 percent improvement in memory score because of which the iPhone XS has managed to achieve such an impressive benchmarking score. Shipments begin from October 26 across more than 50 countries including India. The report quoted IDC's Ryan Reith as saying, "Everything we've been hearing, it's been an issue on the software side". Batteries for more recent iPhones will be $49, and batteries for the iPhone X will be $69 beginning next year. The release of the innovative device was delayed all the time and Apple introduced new smartphones that support wireless charger, but forgot to introduce AirPower included with them.

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