Apple has announced the iPhone X (a 4.7-inch, 1280 x 720 OLED display with a Quad HD resolution), iPhone Xs Max (a 5.9-inch screen with a Super Retina display with an edge-to-edge ratio of 13:9), and iPhone XI (a 6.7.3-inch display with Super Retine display with no edge-enhancement).
These new devices are the company’s first “flagship” iPhone models since the iPhone 8 and iPhone 9.
Apple is touting these new iPhones as its “flagships,” and they are, in a word, “flags.”
Apple has introduced a brand new iPhone lineup every year since its iPhone 7, and the iPhone lineup is almost always better than its predecessors.
The iPhone X and iPhone XXS are among the best-looking phones on the market, and while there are plenty of smaller, mid-range iPhones available, the iPhone XX is a worthy upgrade for the iPhone owner who likes to wear slimmer, more stylish watches.
If you’re looking for a smartphone that can get the job done, these new iPhone models may be right up your alley.
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