After months of speculation, Apple has officially confirmed that their new additions will be the iPhone Xs, Xs Max, and XR.
The trio builds upon on the previous iPhone X model and its functionality.
The iPhone Xs features a 5.8-inch screen and a Super Retina OLED display. The back camera has a 60% greater dynamic range than the standard iPhone X. It has a 12 MP wide-angle camera, a 12 MP telephoto camera, and improved true-tone flash.
The front camera has an RGB 7MP camera, IR camera, and dot projector for enhanced photos. The Photos app can now edit depth of field to add greater detail to backgrounds and/or faces. The iPhone Xs battery life has been upgraded to last 30 minutes longer than a standard iPhone X.
The iPhone Xs Max will feature a 6.5-inch Super Retina OLED display. It is also one of the largest mass-market phones ever sold. Plus its battery life has been upgraded to last an hour longer than a standard iPhone X.
The Xs and Xs Max cameras have a new Smart HDR feature with zero shutter lag, highlight detail, and shadow detail for the best possible picture.
Both can house dual SIM cards to keep two different numbers and provider plans utilizing DSDS technology, making it easier to set up on each phone.
Each phone is running on the new A12 bionic chip with a 6-core CPU and a 4-core GPU. This makes it 50% faster than its predecessor.
The iPhone Xs and Xs Max will be available in 64GB, 256GB, and 512 GB for $999 USD and $1099 USD.
Pre-order for both begins September 14th.