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iPhone XS features a 5.8-inch Super Retina display with custom-built OLED panels for an HDR display that provides the industry’s best color accuracy, true blacks, and remarkable brightness.¹ Advanced Face ID lets you securely unlock your iPhone, log in to apps, and pay with just a glance. The A12 Bionic chip with next-generation Neural Engine uses real-time machine learning to transform the way you experience photos, gaming, augmented reality, and more. A breakthrough 12MP dual-camera system takes your portraits to the next level with Portrait mode, Portrait Lighting, enhanced bokeh, and all-new Depth Control. Water resistance.² And iOS 12—the most advanced mobile operating system—with powerful new tools that make iPhone more personal than ever.
5.8-inch Super Retina display (OLED) with HDR¹
IP68 dust and water resistant (maximum depth of 2 meters up to 30 minutes)²
12MP dual cameras with dual OIS and 7MP TrueDepth front camera—Portrait mode, Portrait Lighting, Depth Control, and Smart HDR
Face ID for secure authentication and Apple Pay³
A12 Bionic with next-generation Neural Engine
Wireless charging—works with Qi chargers⁴
iOS 12 with Memoji, Screen Time, Siri Shortcuts, and Group FaceTime⁵
¹The display has rounded corners. When measured as a rectangle, the iPhone XS screen is 5.85 inches diagonally. Actual viewable area is less.
²iPhone XS is splash, water, and dust resistant and was tested under controlled laboratory conditions with a rating of IP68 under IEC standard 60529 (maximum depth of 2 meters up to 30 minutes).
Splash, water, and dust resistance are not permanent conditions, and resistance might decrease as a result of normal wear.
Do not attempt to charge a wet iPhone; refer to the user guide for cleaning and drying instructions. Liquid damage not covered under warranty.
³Apple Pay is not available in all markets. For a list of Apple Pay countries and regions, see www.apple.com/ios/feature-availability/#apple-pay.
⁴Qi wireless chargers sold separately.
⁵Group FaceTime will be available in iOS 12 later this year through a software update.
Apple iPhone XS 256GB
EarPods with Lightning connector
Lightning to USB cable
USB power adapter
Voice Assistant Built-in
Apple iOS 12
Talk: up to 1200 min; Playback (wireless video): up to 14 hrs; Playback (wireless audio): up to 60 hrs; Active online usage: up to 12 hrs
A12 Bionic chip with Neural Engine
iPhone XS 256GB
Additional Hardware Included
EarPods with Lightning connector, Lightning to USB cable, USB power adapter
The iPhone XS is essentailly the PERFECTED iPhone X. It’s display is beautiful. It’s bright (though I wish it was brighter) very vivid, bold, and sharp. The camera is outstanding and as usual, iOS is very smooth. The A12 chip dishes out almost unbeatable performance. It also packs a 5.8 inch screen (larger than the 5.5 inch of the plus model iPhones) into a much smaller body. If the XS Max is too big for you, this phone is still very excellent. It also starts out at only 64gb of storage. For me, 64 gigabytes is more than enough, but for other users they may need to get the 256 or 512gb version.
-Good Form Factor
-Gold finish is GORGEOUS
-Gigabit-class LTE is fast
-Battery life is not amazing
-Screen is not incredibly bright (hard to see outdoors)
Summary: Overall, the iPhone XS is an exceptional phone. If you are someone who needs more battery life I would advise getting the Apple XS battery case. But for the average user, I think this will easily get you through the day. The camera provides great color accuracy and almost professional-quality video and beautiful photos. Almost nothing can make this phone stutter, and iOS is very smooth.
Is it worth it over the XR?
In my opinion yes. The XR is $250 cheaper with the same main camera, same chip, and slightly larger scree, but it has many drawbacks. I think the OLED display, telephoto lens, gigabit-class LTE, pretty stainless steel bands, and IP68 water resistance over the IP67 of the XR are worth it. But know that if you can’t afford that extra $250, the XR is still a great phone with a beautiful LCD display. Below are some photos I took with the XS.
Chose this one to upgrade my 6S. Love the bigger display, especially the clarity. Compared to the clarity of the XR, I had to go with the XS. I adjusted quickly to losing the home button. I’m glad I made this purchase.
Absolutely love this phone. Much more powerful than my previous 6s. I had reservations about the Face ID but now can’t live without it. Works well in low light and is even faster than the finger ID on my previous phone. Camera is stunning and it puts the iPhone X to shame.
A:AnswerThe simple answer to the question is if you already have the X then it is not worth getting the XS unless you just want to have the latest technology. However if you want a bigger screen then it is a worthwhile upgrade to get the XS Max.
Main differences in the X compared to XS
-Slightly faster Face ID
-30 minutes more battery life
-Available in Gold
If you are coming from any phone other than the X, then it is definitely worth getting the XS, or the XS Max if you want the biggest screen. If you already have the X and don't wan't a bigger screen I would save your money and get an Apple Watch Series 4 instead.
A:AnswerNo, the phone in this listing is not unlocked. It can be used with Verizon or AT&T. In order to get a completely unlocked iPhone you can use with any carrier, you need to purchase it directly from Apple.
A:AnswerThe screen size as the XR will be bigger than the XS unless you go with the max. There's also the 3D Touch for all the shortcuts into apps and previewing notifications on the home screen, although the XR has a haptic tough that is similar but not as fully integrated. The camera doesn't have the 2nd lens which is mostly useful for the 2x optical zoom. The screen on the XS is OLED where the XR is LED, although the LED on the XR is great its still not the quality of OLED you'll get on the XS. A plus for the XR is it gets the best battery life out of XS and XS max probably due to it running LED and not OLED screen. So if battery life is most important to you I'd go with the XR, I chose the XS max because I wanted all the top of line features and size.
A:AnswerThat is correct. You pay the taxes on the price of the phone you’re getting at the time of purchas /upgrade. Depending on your carrier or promo going on, you can expect to pay anywhere from 32-51$ a month depending on the configuration of the phone you select. Typically your first bill will also have an upgrade fee, again, depending on the carrier you have.
You can also purchase the device outright and not pay an increased Monthly bill
Hope this helps.