The last quarter of every year is reserved for iPhone launches.
The iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max all feature the same 12-megapixel wide-angle lens on the back, and most of the same features, like optical image stabilisation, Smart HDR, portrait mode, and more. Although it comes under shrewd practice that you're anxious about the future, it is still too early to make out anything of this situation.
This means the iPhone XR will cost almost R6,000 cheaper than Apple's premium iPhone XS, and R8,000 cheaper than the iPhone XS Max. So all you'll need to do is open the Apple Store app at 8:01am BST on Friday morning and hit order. It is priced at Rs 76,900 with 64GB storage, the 128GB storage variant will cost Rs 81,900 and the 256GB storage model costs Rs 91,900.
It's also worth mentioning that Apple's iPhone XR lineup will introduce a bit of much-needed color into the iPhone family. But its price - starting at $749 (£749, AU$1,229) - is considerably less, too. It is actually pretty challenging, in fact, to tell the difference between the iPhone X and the new iPhone XS, even when you have both the phones side by side. Nevertheless, the notched 6.1-inch IPS LCD bezel-less display found on the iPhone XR will most likely exhibit the same quality that iPhone LCD displays have been known for.
And it also comes in more colours - six to be exact, reminiscent of the iPhone 5C from 2013: white, black, blue, yellow, coral and (Product) RED. It bears an all-glass design with an aluminium frame surrounding the perimeters.
The iPhone XR with 12MP rear camera and 7MP front sensor claims to have better lowa'light performance.