iPhone XS Vs iPhone XS Max: What’s The Difference?
New iPhones are here, and it’s not just Apple’s names which will surprise you. The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are both replaced by the ‘iPhone XR’, while the iPhone X has been cancelled completely. It is succeeded by two flagship models: the ‘iPhone XS’ and ‘iPhone XS Max’. The appropriately named XSes are the most expensive phones Apple has ever made, but how are they different and which – if any – should you buy?
Yes, the iPhone XS Max has a truly monstrous 6.5-inch panel and means it thoroughly lives up to the ‘Max’ branding. Whether this is too large for you (more in the next section) is likely to be a big factor in your buying decision.
That said, aside from size, the iPhone XS is virtually identical to its bigger brother. The pair have the same True Tone, OLED panels, pixel density, support for Dolby Vision and HDR10 (making them ideal for video consumption) and 3D Touch – something pulled from the cheaper iPhone XR
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On the downside, both displays retain the iPhone X’s infamous notch when there are slicker alternatives. But at this point, you’re either on board with this polarising feature and the benefits of Face ID housed within it, or you’ve jumped ship. Apple changes for no-one.