By now you’ve probably heard of the iPhone XS Max.
That’s the model with the bigger screen and the most powerful processor, both of which will be available to buy on September 20th.
The other model, which will launch a little later, will be called the iPhone 8.
But these are the phones that everyone else will have to buy in order to get their hands on.
Which phones will be good enough to get by?
Well, if you’re a budget-minded user, you probably won’t be able to buy either of these phones.
So which ones are better?
You can’t really tell without looking at them.
But for people who can afford the phone, the iPhone Max and iPhone 8 are pretty close.
The Max has a 6.7-inch screen and a Snapdragon 835 SoC, both in the same ballpark as the iPhone 7.
The iPhone 8 has a 7.1-inch display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 839 SoC.
They both have 1440×2560 screens, which is a lot bigger than either of them’ screens from last year.
There’s also a 3.5mm headphone jack, and the Max comes with a new 12MP rear camera with OIS.
They’re both very powerful, too.
They’ve got quad-core processors, up to a quad-gigabyte RAM, 64GB of storage, a 1,920×1,080 resolution, and 2GB of RAM.
They’ll be able the most battery life of any phone on the market, though the Max has slightly more battery life (8.4 hours vs 8.1 hours).
It’ll also be the first iPhone to have dual-camera support, meaning you can shoot in both front and rear cameras.
But this means that it won’t have the same 3D Vision feature that the iPhone 9 will have, which makes the phone feel a bit less like a premium phone.
And, in terms of camera performance, both phones are capable of great things.
The Apple iPhone 8 is a bit faster, but the Max is a whole lot faster, too, at a whopping 326fps.
But the Max’s faster camera is more than enough to make it a worthy investment.
It has the same 16MP camera that the Apple iPhone 7 had, but it has a much bigger sensor.
And the Max also has a bigger camera with a larger pixel density, and more processing power, which can make for a much better camera overall.
But if you want the best phone, you’ll want to choose the iPhone 10.
It’s faster, and it has the most impressive camera.
It also has an even bigger battery, and there’s even more processing in the processor.
So it’s a better phone overall, in every way.
And while you can’t buy either phone in a single package, there are a couple of phones that will have a deal on September 21st.
The first of these is the $499 iPhone X, which has a larger screen than the iPhone 11, the same SoC as the 7 Plus, and a faster processor.
The XS comes in a 2,800mAh battery and has a Quad-core Snapdragon 845 processor.
It runs iOS 9 and has the 3D Touch camera that Apple announced last year, but we haven’t seen a lot of it in the past.
It will also have Face ID support, a new fingerprint sensor, and Touch ID fingerprint scanner.
If you’re already a fan of the X, you should pick up this phone.
But, if the price is too much, you can get the $399 iPhone 10 Plus for $499.
That comes with the same processor, and faster performance.
The phone is a little heavier than the XS, and is a touch heavier.
It weighs in at 4.7 pounds and has an 8-megapixel rear camera.
But that’s not the real difference between these two phones.
The big difference is that the X has a 5.5-inch, 554ppi, 1440×2440 screen, which puts it ahead of the Snapdragon 830 and the 835.
The difference is even bigger if you compare it to the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14.
The $699 iPhone 10 has a slightly smaller screen (5.3 inches) and is only slightly faster than the Snapdragon 820.
But it has an Adreno 530 GPU, 64 GB of storage and 4GB of DDR3 RAM, which are much more powerful than the 845’s 3GB.
The only thing that really matters is the camera performance.
If the X is the better phone, then the $299 iPhone 10 is the best deal, too—and the X should be even better than the $699.
The cheaper phone is also better than all the other phones that are coming soon, too: the $329 iPhone 10 will be priced at $549, and will be the same specs as the $599 phone.
We’ll update this article as more phones go on sale.
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