Mobile confirms iPhone XR pricing ahead of pre-orders

Apple Suppliers Continue to Remain Cautious – Believe the iPhone XR Might Not Be a ‘Home Run’

Apple Suppliers Continue to Remain Cautious – Believe the iPhone XR Might Not Be a ‘Home Run’

The phone, however, offers similar internals at a significantly lower price point compared to the iPhone XS series.

Apart from India, the iPhone XR will go on sale in dozens of countries starting October 26.

Starting with the iPhone XS, the total that you'll have to pay for the 64GB model will total up to RM4591. The iPhone XR will have to be activated in the October 26-28 period, too, on Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint.

Having been announced last month at Apple's keynote in Cupertino this new device will finally be available to pre-order from tomorrow and it's an exciting proposition.

The iPhone XR price in India starts at Rs 76,900, and is available in 64GB/128GB/256GB storage options and will be available in in black, white, blue, yellow, coral and (PRODUCT) RED colour options.

While the iPhone XS and XS Max pack OLED displays, Apple went with an LCD Liquid Retina display on the iPhone XR. The iPhone XR also supports Face ID and will ship with iOS 12. The device comes with an Aluminum frame and glass back body.

Pricing aside, the Apple iPhone XR gives up the one important feature that has now become a hallmark of every modern flagship smartphone - the AMOLED display.

The body of the iPhone XR is sealed and precision-fitted with the aerospace-grade aluminium band that helps create an enclosure that's water resistant up to 1 metre for 30 minutes.

The iPhone XR with 12MP rear camera and 7MP front sensor claims to have better lowa'light performance.

As far as features are concerned, the iPhone XR is an absolute beast and sports the same hardware as Apple's iPhone XS models.

Here are ten things you need to know about the Apple's "affordable" new iPhone.

The "Depth Control" lets users adjust the depth of field both in real-time preview and post-capture.

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