How Apple’s iPhone Xs Max, iPhone XS Max and XS, and Xs Plus compare in terms of features

Apple has unveiled the new iPhones for the second quarter, with the new Xs models debuting the same hardware as the previous models.

The company’s iPhone lineup is also the same, with Xs and X Plus arriving with the same new screen sizes, and the same camera features, with each device having a slightly larger battery, a larger fingerprint scanner and a new fingerprint scanner in the home button.

The biggest difference, though, is that the Xs lineup will come in two color options: black and white.

The Xs phones will be available in either a gold, silver or gold metallic finish, while the X Plus models will come with the traditional white finish.

Apple also announced the release date for the X line of iPhones, which includes the X, XS and X+.

All of the X models will be released on October 16, with all X phones going on sale on November 14.

The X series will be a premium option, with a starting price of $2,500 for the iPhone 7 Plus and $2.9 million for the Apple iPhone X.

The iPhone X series is the successor to the iPhone X, and features a larger screen, a new processor, and a larger battery.

It also includes a 3D Touch sensor on the back, and can be used to take a screenshot.

The larger screen means that you’ll be able to use the screen in portrait orientation, and it also means that the new iPhone will be able take better photos.

The phone’s bigger battery means that it will last longer than the iPhone 8 Plus, and will also be able record 4K video.

The iPhone X Plus is said to have a faster processor, which is more power efficient than the X series’ predecessor.

The new X series comes in three sizes: 8.7mm, 11mm and 15.6mm.

The 9.7 mm model has a bigger display, but has no optical image stabilization (OIS).

The 16.9 mm model is also thinner and lighter.

The bigger screen means the X lineup is a little smaller than the smaller X models, but it will be the same overall size.

The new X models are supposed to be the most powerful X series phones yet, and are expected to start at $2/per month for a 16GB model and $1/per monthly for a 64GB model.

The company is also expecting the X Series to be available with a 4K display.

Apple is also bringing back the headphone jack on the new models, which was removed on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 Plus, as well as the Lightning port, USB-C ports and SD cards.

The USB-A port is also getting a new USB-E port, and there’s also a new MicroSD slot.

The Lightning port is getting a USB-B port.

The battery is going to be smaller, too, with it coming in at only 6.9Wh, compared to the previous generation’s 7.4Wh.

It’s also the smallest battery Apple has ever announced.

The Apple iPhone 8 will come equipped with a smaller battery, too.

The Apple iPhone and X are coming to the UK on November 2, while Apple’s other iPhone and iPhone X are expected on November 19 in the US.

The first iPhone X and iPhone 8 models will cost between $2k and $3k.

The larger X models can be had for around $2-3k, while smaller models can go for as little as $500-$600.

The 8 Plus is priced at $1,000, while a 4S model will cost $1.2k.