Published: Thu, September 13, 2018
Technology | By Lionel Gonzales

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As predicted, Apple's big September 12 event showcased the tech giant's release of its new iPhone Xs and Xr models. All three names showed up in code on Apple's website seen by The Verge and All Things How.

The affordable iPhone XR has a 6.1-inch LCD screen with liquid Retina display and aluminium body instead of a steel one.

Apple previewed AirPower past year, showing a flat pad the company said could wirelessly charge devices such as an Apple Watch, iPhone, and AirPods case all at once.

And if you don't have that spare wad to buy outright, don't forget to check out our prediction of what you'll pay on contract for iPhone XS deals in the U.S. and iPhone XS deals in the UK.

New Camera Features. The cameras on the XS and XS Max have pretty much the same specs as those of the departing iPhone X. There are dual 12MP rear cameras, along with a 7MP front, or selfie, camera.

Apple is notorious for running a tight ship with few product leaks, though there are a handful of notable examples where that hasn't been the case. But, as rumoured beforehand, it will be more affordable than the premium models.

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Along with these features, Lexus says the camera lenses are heated and the housings keep raindrops from collecting on them. In Japanese markets, the 2019 Lexus ES will replace the traditional side mirrors with a new digital camera system.

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Usually the new iPhone reaches Doha on the same day through grey market but will be priced exorbitantly higher than actual price. Apple on Wednesday announced that they had stopped selling the iPhone 6 series and Android users won't let iPhone lovers be.

The iPhone XR could spur Apple customers to finally upgrade. It also makes me anxious about Apple's new pricing structure, which, in the case of the iPhone, uses a lower-priced smartphone neutered in some important ways to strongly suggest users buy the more expensive, more capable device.

Finally, a 6.1 inch iPhone Xr is expected, and this is slated to be the go-to model.

Sensors. The coolest reveals of the day featured, for me, Apple's least interesting product.

To hear the technology experts tell it, Apple's iPhone event on Wednesday was a snooze fest. It's the first time Apple has offered a 512GB phone. The phone itself is smaller than an iPhone 8, but it actually has a larger display. And it has the same A12 Bionic processor inside, so will support all the same new features. Its profit margins on those phones are also higher, as the older components are cheaper. Both phones are available for pre-order this Friday, Sept. 14, and begin shipping Sept. 21.

The biggest aesthetic shakeup is that the iPhone XR will arrive in no less than six new technicolour finishes, including blue, yellow and red. Overall, its size is halfway between an iPhone 8 and an 8 Plus. These new flagship Apple devices sport the usual power and battery improvements, plus some additional features to make them stand out against the current crop of iPhones.

The iPhone XR starts at $749 United States dollars, which we anticipate translating as £749 and will be available to order from 19 October.

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