You can find more information about Apple's iPhone keynote 2018, including information about the Apple Watch Series 4, in the stories below. We saw leaked A12 benchmarks before the event that hinted the 2018 iPhones will have no match from Android vendors, and now we have scores for the iPhone XS Max and the iPhone XR that prove the same thing.
Luckily for you, we've got the chance for you to win an iPhone XS Max with 64GB, and you'll get to help out Make Some Noise along the way! If you're Google, that's one good reason to start teasing the Pixel 3 phones on the same day Apple began taking iPhone XS preorders.
Apple iPhone XS Max will cost $1,099 in the U.S. for the base 64GB storage variant. If you have an iPhone X with a case on, that case will fit your new iPhone XS without any issues at all, saving a few dollars in the process. Now it seems that all-new models of iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 - which are still be stocked - will be missing the dongle too. Interestingly, by the time the Pixel 3 phones actually ship, Apple will have the other iPhone out.
However, despite the new phones boasting a range of new features such as new processors for faster performance and an overall improved display for better colour representation, users are being warned on social media that it's only worth ordering news phones after downloading Apple's iOS12 update. The XR has a 6.1-inch screen, which lands it right between the XS and XS Max in terms of size.
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