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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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Like the iPhone X, the iPhone XS and XS Max will both only come with Face ID facial recognition as a biometric method for unlocking the phone. Face ID uses Apple's TrueDepth Camera System to ensure that unlocking will be consistent and fast, according to the company. Apple says that algorithm improvements will now enable Face ID to work even faster in the new iPhones. The iPhone XS and XS Max also go without a home button, meaning that the same iPhone X gestures are employed for loading the home screen, opening the app switcher and checking notifications.

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