Apple announced three new iPhones during an event on Wednesday inside its new Cupertino campus. These include the two-high end OLED models called the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max, along with an LCD variant dubbed as iPhone Xr. All three variants are inspired by last year’s iPhone X, sporting an edge-to-edge display along with that iconic notch originally introduced with the iPhone X.
All three models are offered in a choice of three storage configurations. You can check the prices of each variant of all three iPhones in the list below:
- iPhone XS – INR 99,900 (64GB), INR 1,14,900 (256GB) and INR 1,34,900 (512GB)
- iPhone XS Max – INR 1,09,900 (64GB), INR 1,24,900 (256GB) and INR 1,44,900 (512GB)
- iPhone XR – INR 76,900 (64GB), INR 81,900 (128GB) and INR 91,900 (256GB)
As far as availability goes, the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max will hit Indian shores on September 28, while the slightly cheaper iPhone Xr will arrive in the country on October 26. Preoders for the iPhone Xr will begin on October 19. All three iPhone models will be available for purchase via authorised Apple retailers. They will likely go on sale through major online retailers as well, but there’s no official word about their availability on e-commerce platforms.
Both iPhone Xs models sport an edge-to-edge Super Retina OLED display which boasts a resolution of 2436×1125 pixels. The iPhone Xs gets a 5.8-inch display while its larger OLED sibling packs a 6.5-inch screen. The iPhone Xr, on the other hand, gets an edge to edge 6.1-inch Liquid Retina LCD display.
Under the hood, all new iPhone models are powered by the latest A12 Bionic SoC built-using the 7nm architecture. Apple claims it can launch apps 30 percent faster compared to last year’s A11 processor.
In the photography department, both the iPhone XS models are equipped with 12MP+12MP dual rear cameras. The iPhone XR, however, gets a single 12MP lens on the back. Up front, all three house a TrueDepth camera for taking selfies and Face ID. All three models will run the latest iOS 12 operating system.