Today is a special day for all Apple fans out there as the tech giant has unveiled the new iPhones and smartwatch, along with the watchOS 5 and tvOS 12 operating systems. Apple just launched the new Apple Watch Series 4, the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and the more affordable iPhone XR.

Apple Watch Series 4

Watch 4

The new-generation Apple Watch runs the latest Apple's watchOS 5 and it's powered by the new S4 dual-core 64-bit processor for unbeatable performance. According to Apple, the Watch Series 4 will run up to 2x faster than the predecessor. The scrolling and speaker both been re-engineered for better performance.

The new Apple Watch is slimmer, features smaller bezels, the screen offers a better experience and it looks better than the previous model. Apple has also moved the microphone to the other side of the watch in order to improve voice calls and Siri interaction

The Apple Watch Series 4 comes with a digital face that is supposed to display 30% more information than previous models. There are several other improvements. For example, the watch face is getting better and it features up to eight complications that you can customize.

Apple Watch Series 4 will cost you $399 without cellular and you can get LTE version for $499.

iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max

Apple also unveiled the iPhone X successors. The iPhone XS features 5.8-inch OLED HDR which is a 1-million-to-1 contrast ratio display that supports 120 Hz touch sensing tech. The larger variant iPhone XS Max is powered by the company's latest 64-bit A12 Bionic 7 nanometer processor that has 6-Core. Both devices are almost identical in terms of design and the key difference is the display.

iPhone XS

The iPhone XS Max features a substantially larger screen measuring 6.5 inches. The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max both are faster than the predecessor. Both devices are powered by the Apple's newest 64-bit A12 Bionic 7 nanometer processor with a 6-Core CPU and a 4-Core GPU. According to Apple, the new iPhone configuration would help them launch apps almost 30% faster than the previous generation models.

iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max key features:

  • It comes with support for real-time lighting, object reflections and improved world tracking. These features are powered by A12 Bionic and Neural Engine.
  • The front camera is 7 megapixel and it's an IR camera that also supports Face ID technology.
  • It features the latest dual-camera module which has 2 MP wide-angle camera and a 12 MP telephoto lens.
  • Apple has also improved True Tone flash and optical image stabilization for best photography experience.
  • The display is IP68 water and dust resistance, and it's durable enough to handle low height drops.

iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max also come with support for dual-SIM. iPhone XS will cost you around $999 for the entry-level variant that comes with 64 GB of storage and iPhone XS Max is priced at $1099 for the 64GB model.

iPhone XR

iPhone X4

Apple today also unveiled the iPhone XR, which is a slightly more affordable unit than the iPhone XS and XS Max. The iPhone XR features a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina 326 PPI LCD screen that has 1.4 million pixels. The display of iPhone XR also supports tap-to-wake and True Tone.

The affordable iPhone 64-bit also features the Apple A12 Bionic 7 nanometer SoC. As noted above, the SoC has 6-Core CPU and a 4-Core GPU. It also comes with 8-Core Neural Engine processor and a fast storage controller.

iPhone XR key features:

  • It features a 12 MP camera with OIS on the back.
  • The camera supports Smart JDR, Portrait Mode Depth Control.
  • iPhone XR also comes with a front camera that supports TrueDepth tech and advanced Face ID for security.
  • You can record 1080p 60 FPS videos.
  • It comes with the Face ID secure screen unlock feature.

iPhone XR is priced at $749 for 64 GB of storage.

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