At 8:00 a.m. today, the iPhone XS, XS Max, and Apple Watch Series 4 launches simultaneously worldwide. Apple and CEO Tim Cook today shared images from the September 21 launch, Cook says in a tweet this morning in which he's thrilled for users to finally be able to try out the devices on their own, and shared couple images of users buy iPhones.


Announced last Wednesday, iPhone XS continue to use the same size and same display, however, for the first time, you can buy an iPhone that's featured with a 6.5-inch display, that is, the iPhone XS Max. In addition, the OLED screen on both models support Dolby Vision and HDR 10, In addition, the iPhone XS models now have a new Gold option.

Both iPhone XS and XS Max are packed with 4GB, most powerful chip ever in a smartphone, A12 Bionic, which capable of calculating like 5 Trillion operations in a second. Not only that, Camera also receives major upgrades, like the new sensor in low light condition, and a new feature called Smart HDR that aims to perfect images you have taken.

Apple Watch Series 4, on the other hand, has overhaul changes in design: new 30% larger display, bezel-less screen, it's available in 40nm and 44nm sizes for you to choose from, many more watchfaces, including the one that has 8 complications, faster S4 processor, new accelerometer and gyroscope for fall detect, and electrocardiogram (ECG) readings capability.

Post a Comment

Powered by Blogger.