Apple iPhone XS MAX

Apple iPhone XS MAX
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The iPhone XS Max debuted in 2018. It arrived with two other iPhones, the iPhone XR and the iPhone XS. It was the top-of-the-line model, and the most expensive iPhone ever made. Of course, the later models broke its monopoly over price and other specs.
The iPhone XS Max had some unique features that set it apart from its predecessors and peers. For the first time, Apple toyed with a bigger screen to compete with large-sized Android phones. The screen size was 6.5 inches, and the iPhone XS was 5.8 inches.
Its OLED panel with Super Retina HD display had a resolution of 2688x1242, which amounts to 458 ppi pixel density. The display had finesse and clarity, although it did not have the QHD resolution available in its arch-rival, the Samsung Galaxy S10. Still, it was ahead of other rivals like Huawei P20 Pro and the OnePlus 6.

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