Apple is betting big on the iPhone X. And we mean big.
The company announced on Wednesday its largest smartphone ever: the 6.5-inch iPhone XS Max ($1,099). It’s also the most expensive iPhone to date.
The Max has a larger display than the usual Plus size phones but a similar body.
Apple also showed off a 5.8-inch iPhone XS ($999), and did away with its fingerprint scanner Touch ID in favor of Face ID on both devices.
The cameras on the phones are, as usual, “better than ever before,” said Apple exec Phil Schiller, who has uttered the same words at previous events. The new 12 megapixel cameras have bigger sensors and an improved HDR mode. Read more
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