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Here's What To Know About Apple's Four Newest Products

Apple's biggest product event of the year yielded three new iPhone models and a next-gen Apple Watch.

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iPhone XR

The iPhone XR will serve as the entry-level, more affordably priced iPhone in the new lineup. The smartphone's display falls in between the sizes of the two OLED iPhones, at 6.1 inches, and will still get a nearly edge-to-edge display. The display uses LCD technology (like in the iPhone 8 and previous models) rather than OLED—although Apple says the newly developed Liquid Retina LCD display features improved colors and picture quality. The display is lower-resolution than the XS models, at 1,792 x 828 pixels, and the device will also have a single rear camera, a maximum of 256 GB of storage, and an aluminum frame instead of stainless steel. The iPhone XR does get the A12 Bionic chip and a boost to battery life, however—Apple is promising 1.5 hours more usage per charge than the iPhone 8 Plus, which touted 13 hours of internet use. Notably, the 6.1-inch iPhone relies on Face ID facial recognition instead of Touch ID fingerprint recognition, which marks the end of Touch ID in the iPhone line.
The iPhone XR has a starting price of $749 and preorders begin Friday, Oct. 19, with the device shipping Oct. 26.

 
 
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