iPhone XS Display
iPhone XS comes with a 5.8 inch OLED display has multi-touch technology for highly responsive use. The screen whilst larger than an iPhone 8 Plus, fits into the same sized handset, thanks to it’s all-screen design. 3D touch registers the depth of your touch, to give you greater control of your screen than ever before.
Apple have used the most durable glass on their screen, as well as sealed and precision fitted surgical-grade stainless steel & aluminium casing. This high quality build means iPhone XS is IP68 protected, resistant to water up to 2 meters deep for 30 minutes, as well as drink spills.
iPhone XS Camera
The camera has been improved for iPhone XS to provide intelligent and stunning photos. The 12MP wide-angle and telephoto cameras on the rear work in harmony to capture new impressive low light, high action images with HDR and Smart sensors.
The front 7MP front camera makes use of Bokeh technology and TrueDepth to keep your selfies in focus against a blurred background. You can control the strength of the blur with Depth Control. 4k video with cinematic video stabilisation means you can record your favourite moments in beautiful detail.
Stay protected with the improved Face ID. Keeping your information secure by unlocking, logging in and even paying, new technology on iPhone XS camera adds more sophisticated protection. Adaptive recognition uses machine learning to understand changes in your appearance, such as wearing accessories or understanding haircuts. New sensors use infrared light to help identify your face even in the dark.
Improvements to the A12 Bionic processor mean faster unlocking speeds. Additionally Face ID will now work with your apps and accounts. Use Face ID to unlock your banking apps and private documents securely. Use Apple Pay for contactless payments in shops, as well as in apps and for online purchases for added protection.
Dual SIM capabilities via eSIM (embedded SIM) technology.
The iPhone Xs, Xs Max or Xr cannot accept two physical SIM cards. Instead, the SIM technology is physically fixed into the phone hardware. Following software updates in 2018 and 2019, select global network operators will be able to offer tariffs that will work on your iPhone’s eSIM.