The iPhone XS and XS Max
Since 2008, Apple has continuously pushed smartphone technology further and further to the point that our phones are now miles more advanced than anything in our homes. For 2019, it's no surprise that Apple has taken everything a step further with the release of the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max. If you are looking to buy a smartphone this year but aren't sure which is the right option for you, here's what you should know about the iPhone XS and the XS Max.
The iPhone XS has a 5.8-inch display, making it large but sleek; perfect for discreetly sliding into a purse or a pocket. Yet this screen is large enough to read thousands of ebooks or watch Netflix in full HD without missing a single detail. It comes with three storage options: 64 gigs, 256 gigs, or 512 gigs for an ideal amount of movie downloads, music storage, photos, videos, and more. So, whether you use this to store an endless supply of memes and GIFs, or you shoot an entire multi-million-dollar box office breaker, the iPhone XS has the space. It comes in three color options: space grey, gold, and silver. The iPhone XS also features face and fingerprint recognition for maximized security. This allows you to use Apple Pay and other features with complete confidence in your cyber security.
The iPhone XS has a 6.5-inch display. The perimeter of the larger screen makes it ideal for gaming and app usage. Fruit nineties no longer have to worry about their finger flying off the screen and missing that banana! The larger screen also gives it a greater pixel count: 2688 x 1242-pixel resolution at 458 ppi while it's smaller counterpart only has 2436-by-1125-pixel resolution at 458 ppi. However, despite it's larger size, it's doesn't feel bulky in the least. The iPhone XS Max has a depth of only .30 inches, a width of 3.05 inches, and a height of 6.20 inches. This makes it ideal for slipping into a pocket or a purse as well. Like it's counterpart, the iPhone XS Max comes with three storage options: 64 gigs, 256 gigs, or 512 gigs for storing content. It also comes in the same three color options: space grey, gold, and silver.
Pricing for these two smartphones is somewhat high but comparable to rival phones like the Galaxy Note 9. The iPhone XS is offered through the Apple store for $999 outright. However, there are monthly payment options for as low as $49.91 per month through the upgrade program. The iPhone XS Max is offered through the apple store for $1099, so it's only $100 more for a whole lot more screen. As for financing, Apple offers monthly payment options for as low as $54.08 per month through the upgrade program. Ultimately, these two siblings offer the best of image capability the 21st century has produced so far. Check out these smartphones at your local Apple store, or check them out online from any number of carriers.