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R YOU EXPERIENCED?

HOT SIX #2

Apple iPhone XR

Recognising that not everyone has a whole grand to drop on a phone, Apple also introduced the iPhone XR. During its unveiling, the word ‘same’ was used almost hypnotically by Jony Ive’s soothing voice to stress that this device has plenty of the same bits found in the pricier iPhone XS models: the same A12 chip, the same True Depth camera, the same Face ID system. What’s not the same: the price (lower), the camera system (no dual setup here, although Smart HDR and the bokeh slider do make it), and the display. Apple reckons the XR’s 6.1in LCD screen is the most advanced the industry’s ever seen –but the 1972x828 resolution is below Full HD, and at 326ppi only matches the sharpness of the iPhone 8. If you can get past that, though, you’ll be able to enjoy a variety of vibrant colour options, including arresting red, gleaming yellow and bright blue numbers, that make the XS models look like they’re taking themselves far too seriously. As hot as… flame-grilled envy from £749 / apple.com

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