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Google teases Pixel 3 launch as iPhone XS preorders go live

Google teases Pixel 3 launch as iPhone XS preorders go live

Early on Friday morning, Apple started taking iPhone XS and XS Max preorders in more than 30 countries and territories where the two phones will be released next week. The cheaper iPhone XR will not be available until next month, however, apparently due to issues in producing the 6.1-inch LCD screen that the device has.

In the CPU, GPU, UX and memory tests of AnTuTu, the iPhone XS has respectively scored 133,561, 150,931, 66,474 and 12,559 which brings the total benchmarking score to 363,525.




Just after midnight Friday, Apple started taking preorders for two of its new iPhones and Series 4 smartwatch and, according to some users, models for delivery by launch day on September 21 are already sold out. However, this freebie is available in the form of service credit paid out during the two years that you lease the phones. Both the iPhone X and iPhone XS measure 5.65-inches by 2.79 inches or if you prefer, 1426mm by 70.9mm.

Apple iPhone XS Max will cost $1,099 in the U.S. for the base 64GB storage variant. Now, AnTuTu has shared a new screenshot which reveals that the Apple A12 powered iPhone XS handset has recorded a marvelous score of more 363k. The user can buy second iPhone that can range from iPhone 8 to iPhone XS max that will get amortized credits worth $700. If you have an iPhone X with a case on, that case will fit your new iPhone XS without any issues at all, saving a few dollars in the process.