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Digital Subscriptions > Stuff > December 2018 > An iPhone for iOS fans who still prefer smaller handsets

An iPhone for iOS fans who still prefer smaller handsets

As Apple never released the budget iPhone some were hoping for in 2018, and ditched the SE, the XS is the smallest of its new models. But it’s the same size and shape as last year’s iPhone X. It looks the same too, and Apple’s ultra-quick Face ID unlocking remains a top feature

So, what’s different? Only two major areas have been upgraded. You get the Apple A12 Bionic processor, the same as in the XS Max – that’s currently the most powerful processor you can get in a phone. And Apple has upgraded the rear cameras too. HDR performance is better this time around, netting you richer photos that get closer to that of a well-edited shot taken with a good dedicated camera.

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