Apple store staff perform sales ritual at launch of iPhone XS

Ceria Alfonso
Setiembre 22, 2018

Yes, the pair of batteries in last year's iPhone X have been merged into a peculiar L-shaped single unit in the iPhone XS, which is fitting given Apple's tradition of designing its own custom batteries to fill the most internal space possible.

As portrayed in the following video, which was published by YouTube channel, TechSmartt, the test features the original iPhone X pitted against the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. Inside was a review sample of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. What is found in one iPhone may not be found in others.

Hundreds had queued outside stores across Australia and Singapore in anticipation for the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and Apple Watch Series 4. Moreover, person willing to purchase two phones was given a wristband which allowed him to leave the long queue and return within 30 minutes to retain his position. Another woman in the same line, Eli Di Lauro, who lives in the United Kingdom capital, said the larger size of the XS Max model was the biggest appeal for an upgrade. "When you're used to the bigger size it's hard to go back to a smaller one". "I could hardly become optimistic about the new iPhone sales this year". That version of the dock will work with "all Apple Watch models and iPhone models with lightning connectors". Consumers likely feel they'll have better luck grabbing one from a retail store. While last year's iPhone X had two battery cells for a total charge of 2,716mAh, the iPhone XS has a single, L-shaped cell, with a slightly lower 2,659mAh capacity. The overall price range is US$449 to US$1,449 now, up from US$349 to US$1,149 previously.

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Elsewhere, as you'd expect, the XS and XS Max share a lot of engineering and design traits with the iPhone X. However, there are a couple important improvements, most notably in the antenna and camera departments.

British duo Lucy Hutchinson and James Griffith flew into Australia on Thursday night and made a beeline for the George Street outlet to be sure their new iPhone accessories were a snug fit. Cao Zhongqiang from Shanghai was told he couldn't get any devices on the first day without an existing order.

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