It's nearly the exact same size as the iPhone 8 Plus, but with a significantly larger screen thanks to the lack of a home button (like its iPhone X predecessor). If you don't, then Apple has the answer, in its latest video to promote their newest smartphones. This lineup is priced at CNY 9,699 (approx Rs 1,00,700) which is similar to the pricing of the iPhone XS Max in China.
Unfortunately for the impatient among us, Apple won't actually start shipping any of its new devices until the end of next week (and even longer for the iPhone Xr), so the closest you're going to get to any of them (unless you were actually invited to the event in California) is a series of YouTube videos. The phone has recorded large volume of sales. The iPhone Xs is taking the iPhone further than ever before.
The three names of the packs include XR Suit, XS Suit and XS Max Set.
According to CNBC's Todd Haselton, the 5.8-inch iPhone XS is "almost the best iPhone money can buy", and could be a good option for consumers who chose to pass up on buying the iPhone X when it was released past year. They all house a new A12 bionic chip, the first 7-nanometer chip in a smartphone, meaning that these phones will be lightning fast. One of such features is an electrocardiogram (ECG) sensor which can measure heart rate and rhythm, able to detect heart rhythm disorders.
Apple, whatever you might think about their products, have got their media marketing down to an art form in terms of generating publicity. Apple claims to have stress-tested the new models in pints of beer and swimming pools (classic Apple), and says the phones will be fine for up to 30 minutes in roughly six feet of water.