I’m here to tell you, there’s no reason for you to buy the iPhone XS, especially if you’re coming from the iPhone X. There just isn’t that much more interesting stuff in the new iPhone XS to warrant the upgrade. It’s just not worth the $999 extra money. Yes, the iPhone XS Max is impressive and if you’ve been waiting for a Plus sized iPhone X, now is your chance. But for everyone else, you’re either better off waiting another year or buying something else. Here are all the reasons you shouldn’t buy the iPhone XS.
Three years after the release, Apple Watch has finally been redesigned. It has a bigger screen in a similarly sized body while being lighter. It has a whole range of new health features, one of which is first ever in a wearable — ECG. Apple has figured out the two main use cases for Apple Watch: communication and health tracking and how they’re doubling down on both. Here are the 10 best Apple Watch Series 4 features that you should know about.
The new entry-level iPhone isn’t called the iPhone 9. We live in post iPhone X world now. So the new entry-level iPhone is called iPhone XR and it brings some of the best features from the $999 iPhone X down to a $749 price point.
The iPhone XS and XS Max from Apple take on the best flagship Android smartphone around: the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. So, how do the latest iPhones from Apple compare to the best Galaxy handset from Samsung yet? Let’s find out in our comparison.
New flagship iPhones are here. Yes, plural. This time, Apple has gone back to the tradition of releasing two new flagship iPhones. But we’re living in the post iPhone X world. This means edge-to-edge displays, the notch, Face ID and more importantly, no going back to the old naming scheme.
Alongside the iPhone Xs and the iPhone Xs Max, Apple also unveiled the iPhone XR — a budget iPhone with an LCD display and Face ID.
Apple today unveiled the iPhone X successor: the iPhone XS. While the phone retains the same design language as its predecessor, it features significantly faster internals and enhanced camera. And it is also joined by a bigger sibling: the 6.5-inch iPhone XS Max.
Apple will be live streaming its highly anticipated 2018 iPhone event on September 12 so you can watch it live on your Apple TV, Mac, PC or mobile irrespective of which part of the world you stay in. In this article, we show you how to watch Apple’s 2018 iPhone event live.
Apple’s own website has leaked plenty of information about the company’s upcoming iPhones due for unveiling later today. The leak originates from the sitemap of Apple’s website which the company was preparing to update post its event later today.