We’ve had a couple of days with the iPhone Xs Max and we’re excited to finally be able to get hands-on with the device.
We’ve been told by sources close to the company that the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are now in the same boat as the iPhone XL, with a 4,000-mAh battery, and they’re still launching with LTE support.
While we’ve heard conflicting information from several sources about LTE support, it’s clear that the battery isn’t in the iPhone lineup.
We’re expecting the iPhone 10 to be the first device to receive the LTE capabilities, and we’ll be sure to update this article if we hear any more info on that.
The iPhone X has been in the spotlight in the US for a while now.
The company announced in March that it had a new 8-inch iPhone for 2017, but a leak earlier this month showed that the phone would be slightly smaller and lighter than the 8-incher.
That made it a bit hard to gauge the new iPhone’s specs, but it seems like it’ll be a full-fledged 8-plus with a 5,800mAh battery.
The specs don’t sound too exciting, but they’re the same as the phone we saw earlier this year with a 7-inch display.iPhone Xs: 4,200mAh battery & 4G connectivity source Engabit article If you were hoping for a flagship phone with a smaller display, and you wanted 4G, you’re out of luck.
Apple is releasing a 4K iPhone X with a 2,600mAh battery in a big, round black body, with LTE (and 4G) support.
The phone’s name, XS, means “ultimate,” and we’ve seen a lot of leaked specs over the past few months that would have us believe that the X is the company’s answer to the iPhone 7 Plus.
That phone will be released in China on November 12, but we’ll have more information as soon as we get it.
The 4K X comes in two versions: a 256GB model and a 128GB model, which should work with the Galaxy S8 and S8+ and the iPhone SE.
We haven’t seen any photos of the 128GB Xs, but rumors indicate that it has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a fingerprint sensor, and the ability to shoot 4K video.
The battery is still rumored to be 4,800 mAh, and it’ll cost $1,299.99 on Apple’s site.