Apple held its annual September live event last night. While everyone predicted new names for the iPhones to be launched. New dual-sim iPhones straight out of the box were unveiled with absolutely unique features unlike last year’s iPhone X launch. Much more like joining the dual sim wagon, Apple finally has dual-sim smartphones on the market.
Just in case you missed watching the Live Apple event, you can replay the action on the manufacturers’official website. Well, let’s dive into what Apple had to offer last night amidst the huge surprises made with an elimination of the old school headphone jacks.
These are the New iPhones
Apple announced three new iPhones: the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. Both the XS and XS Max appear more like the 2017 iPhone X, with the iconic top notch taking over even with midrange phones like the Infinix S3X. Similar to majority “S” smartphone versions, the difference between this year’s iPhones and the previous year models is simply a specifications twist.
The XS has a 5.8-inch screen while XS Max has a 6.5-inch screen. Both have OLED displays and a fresh new camera system featuring a wide angle and telephoto lens with a much wider aperture for full detail in all pictures. In addition Both phones ship in the Smart HDR that allows you to capture a bunch of pictures merged into one image by pressing the shutter button, Just like Google’s Pixel.
Among the exclusive features giggled to the XS and XS max, dual SIM support allows you to have more than 1 line in one iPhone a feature that users have for long wanted to see come to life. With amazing battery capacities shipped into the new devices, the XS and its Max version have an increment of 30minutes more power as compared to the predecessors giving these phones a push in the big power smartphones league. Despite the iPhones coming in 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB sizes. It’s the first time Apple has offered a 512GB phone. More so Preorders for the XS start at $999 and the XS start at $1,099 as the phones will be available on September 21st.
No more Headphone jacks
Say goodbye to your headphone jack. Apple has discontinued all of its phones that use headphone jacks such as the iPhone 3Gs & iPhone 4. Although the iPhone X included a lightning dongle in the box granting traditional headsets a port to fit in, the story will be different starting with the latest iPhones & future releases. Well, if you hadn’t embraced wireless headphones, It’s time you checked out some of the cool options on the market.
The New Apple Watch__Simply brilliant
The newest version of the Apple Watch, Apple Watch 4, launches September 21st. The first new design for the watch since its launch three years ago, the new Apple Watch has a nearly edge-to-edge display and comes in both 40mm and 44mm sizes. The larger display size allows the device to show more information. It also has an updated accelerometer and gyroscope as well as a new built-in EKG scanner, marking the first time an EKG product has been available over the counter directly to consumers. The FDA has also approved the Watch for use as a medical device.