The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are all set to hit the retail stores on September 21. There might not be as much hype surrounding the devices as previous iPhones but that does not mean people are not going to line up in front of Apple Stores. To accommodate for the heavy rush, Apple will be opening its retail stores earlier than usual in the launch markets.
The iPhone XS and iPhone XS are all set to go on sale tomorrow. If you are looking to buy the devices or just have some questions surrounding them like whether they come with Gorilla Glass or not, feature an FM radio or not, in our FAQ.
Apple is working with Health Canada to bring the Apple Watch Series 4 ECG functionality to Canada. The ECG functionality in the Apple Watch Series 4 won’t be available at launch but it will make its way to customers in the United States via a future software update.
iOS 12 is all about adding smarts to existing features. We’re seeing it everywhere from notifications, Siri to even the Photos app. In the new Photos app, you get a multi-keyword search that actually works, smart photo sharing, a personalized For You tab and a lot more.
iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and Apple Watch Series 4 Now Shipping Out to Customers Ahead of Launch Day
Apple has started shipping the first batch of iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and Apple Watch Series 4 pre-orders to customers who pre-ordered the device last week. While the company started processing and ‘preparing to ship’ the orders to customers from last week itself, it is now sending out notifications to customers about their products shipping.
Ahead of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max release tomorrow, the first teardown video of the smaller 5.8-inch handset has made its way to the internet. The video is in dutch but it is still viewable since it has captions.
The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max might have failed to stir up interest during their pre-orders last week but that has not stopped consumers from lining up outside of Apple Stores across the world. Despite the lack of hype, queuing up outside of Apple stores during the time of a new iPhone launch has become a yearly tradition for many.
The iPhone is one of the leading smartphones when it comes to just about everything, but especially in the camera department. And film directors are certainly no stranger to trying out the hardware for their own efforts.
Early on Wednesday the reviews for Apple’s newest smartwatch, the Apple Watch Series 4, went live (along with the first unboxing on video). It’s safe to say that the smartwatch has earned almost universal praise, thanks to the larger display, better battery life, and improved health-related features.
Earlier this week, Google made it easy for CarPlay users to use a new navigational option with CarPlay (following the update to iOS 12), and now it looks like Apple is giving Android Auto folks another streaming platform to listen to while in the car.