Apple’s iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max come with beautiful displays, improved designs, and outstanding performance. There are some great reasons to buy the company’s flagships right now, but there are also some great reasons to put away your credit card and wait.
In September, Apple launched the three iPhones that were rumored throughout 2018. The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max both landed in late September and Apple’s colorful 6.1-inch iPhone XR joined them on shelves in October.
The 5.8-inch model is the iPhone X’s direct successor, but the iPhone XS Max is the company’s biggest phone to date and a top Galaxy Note 9 alternative.
The device’s 6.5-inch near edge-to-edge OLED display is extremely impressive and one reason why the iPhone XS Max has reportedly been outselling the smaller model. Of course, all of these upgrades come at a cost.
The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are extremely expensive. The base line iPhone XS model starts at $1000 while the iPhone XS Max starts at $1100 without a deal. That’s a lot of money to a lot of people and a huge commitment no matter if you pay it all up front or spread payments out over the course of a year.
There are iPhone XS deals out there right now, but some of them require you to trade-in a device in working condition. If you want to save a ton of money without a trade-in, you might want to wait for better deals.
In this guide we’re going to walk you through the best reasons we’ve found to upgrade to the iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max in 2019. We’ll also take you through the best reasons to hold onto your money and wait.
Buy the iPhone XS for Top Notch Performance
If you want top notch performance from your next smartphone, look no further than the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Plus.
Apple's outfitted the two devices with a new A12 Bionic chip and the two devices absolutely fly.
We've been using the iPhone XS for several months now and we haven't noticed any slowdown when we're playing games, moving around the home screen, or opening up apps.
Apple's new processor is more efficient than its previous chip and that will provide you with more battery life than older iPhone models.
According to Consumer Reports, the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max deliver huge battery life improvements that put them on par with Samsung's Galaxy Note 9.
We've been able to squeeze a full, productive day out of the iPhone XS Max using a variety of apps, sending emails, making calls, watching content, and playing games.
Consumer Reports says the iPhone XS Max battery lasted for 26 hours and that lines up with our current experience.
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