iPhone Day means incessantly refreshing a tracking page until the delivery truck finally arrives at your front door. But then the wait’s over and you’ve finally got the thing you’ve been waiting hours, no, a week, for!
The Apple Watch Series 4 (and iPhone XS/XS Max) go on sale today, so it makes sense that Apple is starting to rev up that marketing arm.
Unlike the last few years around, the iPhone XS and iPhone XS were relatively easy to pre-order. Even after a few hours of pre-orders going live, the shipping times of both devices slipped by only a few weeks.
We haven’t seen the same buzz for the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max like we had seen for the iPhone X last year, which was a major upgrade with the all-new edge-to-edge design and Face ID. But I missed a larger or Plus version of the iPhone X. Apple has addressed it with the launch of the iPhone XS Max, so I pre-ordered it.
iOS 12 has a half a dozen new features that make password management on iPhone and iPad easy. The new password autofill option shows up at every login page. You can share passwords using AirDrop and Apple will automatically recognize one time passwords and present it as a button just above the keyboard. Automatic strong password generation is one such feature.
With the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and Apple Watch Series 4 now available in their launch markets and customers getting their hands on their pre-ordered units, Apple has shared photos of the launch from all over the world.
iFixit might not be the first this time around to publish an iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max teardown but the company’s teardown of Apple’s latest iPhones are the most in-depth one and reveal a quite a few interesting tidbits about them.
With customers now getting their hands on the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and Apple Watch Series 4 across the world, the first impressions of users about Apple’s latest devices have also started pouring in online. Despite the minor improvements, customers seem to be liking the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max and the improvements they bring.
Now that your shiny new iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max is here, the first thing you’ll want to do is load it up with apps. And here, you’re truly spoiled for choice. The App Store and hundreds of thousands of amazing apps to choose from. But of course, you don’t have time to go through all of them.
To celebrate the launch of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, Apple has launched a new mini-site where it gives a 3D overview of the device.