Nearly a month after unveiling the Apple iPhone XR alongside the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, the company now started accepting the pre-orders for the iPhone XR.
From a wide range of colour options to bezel-less notched display and fastest Apple chipset, the iPhone XR is still in the big leagues when compared against the Android rivals. While the pre-orders for the iPhone XR begins today, the shipping starts from October 26th.
If you've not yet decided which color iPhone XR to buy, or which storage capacity to buy then check out our post for some tips on which iPhone XR color and iPhone XR storage capacity to buy. Incidentally, for those that may be new to iPhone, it's the latter iPhone XR which will ship later this month with the 6.1-inch "Liquid Retina" display based on LCD display technology. Let us know in the comments.More news: Take a peek inside Hurricane Michael’s eyewall as it made landfall
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The aluminium handset is available in white, blue, black, coral, and yellow, along with a special Product Red version. As per communication by Airtel, the iPhone XR will be delivered to pre-ordering customers on October 26.
There is also a True Depth camera module at the front including an ambient light sensor, proximity sensor, flood illuminator, infrared camera, front camera and Dot projector. What are the iPhone XR's differentiators, compared to the XS line?
iPhone XR starts at Rs 76,900 for 64GB storage. It comes powered by the all-new 7nm Apple A12 Bionic chip featuring a 4-core GPU, 6-core CPU, and a dedicated 8-core Neural Engine.
Reports earlier this fall suggested the delayed launch of the more affordable device came as a result of production backups, with suppliers struggling to crank out the LCD displays.
According to a MacRumor report on Monday, Kuo said that Apple is now expected to ship 36 to 38 million iPhone XR units in the fourth quarter of 2018, up 10 per cent from an original estimate of 33 to 35 million units.