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Head-To-Head: Apple iPhone XS Vs. iPhone XS Max

The CRN Test Center compares the specs and features on Apple's two new OLED iPhones.

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The two new iPhones differ significantly on their display size, with the iPhone XS measuring 5.8 inches (the same as its predecessor, the iPhone X) and the iPhone XS Max offering a 12 percent larger display--6.5 inches. That gives the iPhone XS Max by far the largest iPhone display Apple has ever released. The display technologies themselves don't differ much between the two phones, however. Both feature bright and colorful OLED display technology (which first debuted in the iPhone X); a minimal bezel around the screen, with a notch cutout at the top for the front-facing camera and other sensors; rounded corners; and glass with improved durability. The iPhone XS Max display comes with resolution of 2,688 x 1,242 pixels, which gives it 458 ppi (pixels per inch). That's the same ppi as on the iPhone XS, which features 2,436 x 1,125 resolution.

 
 
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