Apple unveiled three new iPhones on Wednesday, including its biggest and most expensive model yet, as the company sought to widen the product's appeal amid slowing sales. Apple is either trying to spare the cost of those or knows for a fact that iPhone owners don't use them and prefer Apple's Lighting or wireless earphones.
Still, any bit of savings might matter to iPhone Xs shoppers.
Warning over needles in strawberries
Police have urged consumers who have bought an affected punnet to take it to police for forensic examination. The association said it could be a disgruntled former farmer who's putting the needles in the strawberries.
IPhones fetched an average price of $724 during the April-June period, a almost 20-percent increase from a year earlier. Now, AnTuTu has shared a new screenshot which reveals that the Apple A12 powered iPhone XS handset has recorded a marvelous score of more 363k. It has a traditional, lower-quality screen and an aluminum body; it's physically smaller than the iPhone 8 Plus but has a bigger screen. After all, the iPhone 6S is still the most popular selling model in the country and that's the one Apple is keen on making in India first. They will have facial-recognition technology to unlock the device.
Compared to the Apple A11 chipset that powers the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X, the hexa-core A12 offers almost 33.3 percent increased performance, doubled GPU score, 50 percent improvement in UX score and around 20 percent improvement in memory score because of which the iPhone XS has managed to achieve such an impressive benchmarking score. Who cares that audiophile headphones are thriving, and majority still use 3.5mm jacks?