As expected, Apple launched three new iPhones today. The company's looking to spread the iPhone net as wide as possible with the devices. The 6.1" iPhone XR has a lower starting price than the iPhone 8 Plus did. This, when coupled with the fact that it's got a lot more features than Apple's last Plus iPhone will make a great selling point. Now, if you're wondering what all three iPhones look like, you've come to the right place. See below for more details.
The Apple iPhone XR Comes In Six Colors, As 7000 Series Aluminum Once Again Features On An iPhone
Back on the iPhone 6 Plus, Apple had a serious problem with build materials. The smartphone would bend around the edges where its volume buttons are. The problem became widespread and was dubbed bendgate. Apple rectified the problem by introducing 7000 series Aluminum on the iPhone 6s lineup.
Now the material is back on the iPhone XR. Cupertino's eager to market the device's 'Groundbreaking Design' to compensate for what it, and its users will take as a dilution of the iPhone lineup's premium image. That doesn't mean the iPhone XR isn't well designed; the smartphone does justice to the spaceship look that debuted on the iPhone 6 lineup.
We've got 34 images of all three iPhones that'll give a good preliminary idea of their design. Speaking about the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, not much has changed in aesthetic terms. The only big difference this year is that Apple's also launched a Gold variant of the devices. The smartphones also feature a brand new Apple A12 Bionic chip.
The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max feature stainless steel borders alongside Apple's 'most durable glass ever'. Of course, we can't say anything about these claims before comprehensive drop tests of the devices. The iPhone XR, on the other hand, features six new color options. These are white, black, blue, yellow, coral and red. For protection against liquid damage, the iPhone XR is IP67 certified, while the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are iP68.
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