The New $1,449 iPhone Won't Include A Free Headphone Dongle

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While consumers' desires have changed since Apple CEO Steve Jobs put a charge into the smartphone industry in January 2007, would a 6.5-inch iPhone been produced if Jobs had not succumbed to pancreatic cancer? Now, Apple is in an even better position to keep that number moving up.

So if you want to listen to music with wired headphones on your fancy new $1,449 iPhone XS Max, you'll have to shell out an extra $9.00 for one of the clumsy, much-hated and all-too-frequently lost adapters.

The new phone XS and XS Max will be available for pre-order from September 14 and will hit some markets like the USA on September 21.

They also broke the news that new phones will no longer come with a free dongle.

Today, we are compiling all the details of the new iPhone devices that have been launched.

Apple has reduced the price of iPhone 7 32GB from Rs 52,370 to Rs 39,900. iPhone 7 128GB also sees a big price drop from Rs 61,560 to Rs 49,900. The iPhone XR surprisingly includes numerous same capabilities as the iPhone XS, with the most significant differences being the LCD display and a single-lens camera system.

The iPhone XR will also be available in a variety of finishes - white, black, blue, coral, yellow, and (Product) Red - and 64 GB, 128 GB, and 256 GB capacities, starting at $749. Features like post-editing Depth Control and Smart HDR will also be supported on the iPhone XR.

The firm infamously remarked that it had the "courage" to move away from the headphone jack, prompting some ridicule from users.

It may be the least sensational of Apple's three new iPhones for 2018 when you scrutinize the specs, but the iPhone XR (pronounced "ten-R") is absolutely the most interesting - and that has nothing to do with its comparatively cheaper price.

The A11 Bionic chipset in the iPhone X performed impressively against the competition, and the A12 Bionic is even more powerful.

New Screen Time feature helps users to track and take control of the time they spend interacting their iPhones, Siri shortcuts allow more apps to work with Siri and new privacy features help protect you from being tracked on the web.

More and more smartphones feature edge-to-edge screen designs that get rid of the physical button, relying instead on gesture-based controls to navigate.

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