Cheaper iPhone XR Launched by Apple at Cupertino Event
Apple just took the wraps off the iPhone XR, its more affordable iPhone X successor during the September 12 event taking place at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino.
After the unveiling of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Plus/Max which come with 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED displays, Apple released iPhone XR, the third iPhone X heir.
iPhone XR is a slightly more affordable unit when compared two the current top models, and it features a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina 326 ppi LCD screen with 1.4 million pixels, with support for tap-to-wake and True Tone.
iPhone XR comes with single cameras on both the back and the face of the device, a 12 MP camera with OIS on the back, with support for Smart JDR, Portrait Mode Depth Control, and advanced bokeh.
On the front face, the iPhone XR has a TrueDepth camera with improved and advanced Face ID, that can record gorgeous looking stabilized 1080p 60 FPS videos.