The iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max have been officially launched by Apple. The new models bear a striking resemblance to their predecessor, with the exception of two things. Unlike the iPhone X, which was only available in the colors Silver and Space Grey, its successors are also available in a brand new color, with the iPhone Xs Max being the biggest iPhone the company has ever launched. That new color is the Gold variant and let us take an in-depth look at the devices that were unveiled by Apple.
iPhone XS: Specifications, Features
The iPhone X has a 5.8-inch OLED 120Hz display with a resolution of 2436 x 1125 and is powered by Apple’s new A12 Bionic chipset, the company’s first 7nm FinFET. The Neural Engine has been upgraded from a 2-core to an 8-core configuration to improve machine learning features. The phone also has the most durable glass ever seen on a smartphone and also has the IP68 certification for water and dust resistance.
Storage has been bumped up from 256GB to 512GB. The camera has also been upgraded with a larger sensor in a 12MP dual-rear unit and it comes with an improved True Tone flash. The 7MP selfie camera also has a faster sensor, with the device featuring an improved image signal processor that has improved the camera quality by miles. The phone also has the Smart HDR feature with adjusting exposure, zero shutter lag and portrait photos are blurred as needed.