IPhone Xs Max could be the name of Apple's best phone yet

IPhone Xs Max could be the name of Apple's best phone yet

Apple is likely planning on foregoing an in-display Touch ID fingerprint sensor for phones launched in 2018-2019 altogether in favour of the Face ID system introduced in the iPhone X, 9to5Mac writes, citing an analysis from "reliable supply chain analyst Ming-Chi Kuo".

Apple iPhone Xs series will be officially revealed on September 12, and the bigger 6.5-inch variant could be called the iPhone Xs Max. The source that provided these mockups is the same responsible for last year's leaks, and many other rumors about smartphones from other brands, so it is very reliable.

Apple has issued an urgent warning about a "manufacturing defect" which could crash your iPhone or stop it working altogether. In terms of pricing, the 5.8-inch model could start at $899 (roughly Rs 64,500), whereas the 6.5-inch model will be priced around $999 (roughly Rs 71,700).




Apple is recalling the iPhone 8 after learning that it will randomly freeze or turn off. Reports have suggested Apple's larger 6.5-inch iPhone XS model could see up-to 25 percent more battery capacity than the current iPhone X model.

The iPhone XS will arrive on iOS 12, bringing all the new features this software build brings with it, including enhancements to Photos, Siri and ARKit to name but a few. It is also believed that Apple will ditch the home button for at least some iPad models, favoring instead the same gestures mechanic featured on the X. With that in mind, take these prices with a grain of salt - especially with regards to the iPhone Xs family. This entry-level handset's final name hasn't been leaked yet. The same report compared Apple's approach to the iPhone 5C with its bright colors. This only means that it will not support wireless charging.

In all cases, we're obviously talking about the models with base storage - 64GB. Regardless of where you live, the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone should cost the same as the iPhone 8 did when it launched. Samsung is expected to debut the technology in its upcoming Galaxy S10. During that time he has freelanced for the likes of CNET, Fortune, Time, ZDNet, Macworld, Wired, and TechRadar.

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