At Apple’s launch event earlier this morning (local time), the company finally unveiled its newest lineup of iPhones. And though not much has changed on the outside, except for a new color and a larger variant, these new devices do offer notable upgrades inside. I know you’ve seen this in rumors already, but here they are anyway – Welcome the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.
Both the iPhone XS and XS Max feature IP68 certification for water and dust resistance, and boast Super Retina OLED Displays with FHD+ resolution – 5.8-inches on the XS, and 6.5-inches on the XS Max. These custom design screens also bring support for HDR 10 and Dolby Vision.
As far as imaging is concerned, both devices are also equipped with new 12MP dual cameras – one with a wide-angle lens and the other with a telephoto lens. It’s also capable of 2x optical zoom, dual optical image stabilization, depth control, and Smart HDR, complimented by a 7MP front snapper. Both also run on iOS 12.