After iPhone 11 Pro Max Launch, Apple Discontinued iPhone XS in India

After launching three new latest iPhones i.e the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max, Apple has discontinued the iPhone XS Max. The three new smartphones were launched recently and will go on sale in India starting 27. The price of the new iPhone starts at Rs 64900 and goes up to Rs 1,41,900.

Apple XS Discontinued

The iPhone XS Max was launched in India last year in September. The phone price was in between Rs. 1,09,900 to Rs. 1,44,900 depending on the variant at the time of launch. Now the iPhone XS Max is no longer on sale, but the existing stocks that may already be with retailers.

Once the stock is over, the iPhone XS Max will be officially discontinued. This move is taken to make way for the new iPhone 11 Pro Max. It is the successor of the iPhone XS Max. In 2018, the iPhone XS Max was the most expensive iPhone but with the launch of the iPhone 11 Pro Max, the device is surely much less important in the lineup. To recall, the iPhone XS and iPhone XR were launched alongside the iPhone XS Max in September 2018.

iPhone 11 Pro Max has the 6.5-inches display. The phone has the Super Retina XDR OLED displays and it comes with the Haptic Touch support. It comes with the iP68 rating that makes it water resistance. Under the hood, both the phones have the A13 Bionic chipset with the Neural Engine (3rd generation). It will help in real-time video and photo analysis. Now moving further to the camera part of the phone, there is a triple rear camera at the back.

All the three camera sensors at the back of the phone are of 12MP. The first one is the wide-angle lens, then an ultra-wide-angle lens and the third one is the telephoto lens. On the front, the phone has a 12MP camera.

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