Apple has finally unveiled its highly-anticipated trio of new iPhones, including its most expensive handset to date. The 6.5-inch iPhone XS Max will start at $1099, and boasts a Super Retina Display that now stands as the biggest iPhone display yet. Apple revealed the new handset alongside its new $999 iPhone XS - a 5.8-inch device CEO Tim Cook says is ‘by far the most advanced iPhone we have ever created.’ Both, Apple says, are ‘more waterproof’ than their predecessor, with the ability to survive 30 minutes underwater at up to two meters deep. Apple’s newest phones are equipped with faster processors and better memory capacities than ever before, relying on Apple’s new A12 Bionic chip. According to Apple’s Phil Schiller, the XS lineup is ‘the most beautiful iPhone we’ve ever made.’ The firm also unveiled a cheaper model in a bid to ensure their devices ‘reach even more customers,’ with the 6.1-inch iPhone XR shipping at $749. CEO Tim Cook took to the stage in front of around 1,000 people at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple’s new ‘spaceship’ HQ in Cupertino, California shortly after 10 a.m. PDT (1 p.m. ET). Scroll down for video Apple has finally unveiled its… Read full this story
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