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Best iPhone 2019
Apple sells many iPhones, and the choice is overwhelming. to see which iPhone is best for most people.
It may not be the only choice, but for thousands of people when buying a smartphone, the iPhone is the obvious choice.
Android smartphones may resemble iPhone hardware and software at times but Apple has a hold on the smartphone market in the west.
1. iPhone XR.
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the iPhone XR is the best iPhone for most people right now. At £749 /$749 it’s more affordable than the XS and XS Max and you really don’t lose that much by going for it.
It has an LCD instead of an OLED, which is 6.1in – larger than the XS and smaller than the XS Max. It’s also got only one rear camera. Otherwise it has practically the same specs, including the powerful A12 Bionic processor.
It also has the best battery life on an iPhone ever and comes in six colours.
2. iPhone XS.
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The iPhone XS is the most featured and powerful iPhone ever. It’s got outstanding performance, a great OLED display and a new gold colour to draw you in.
The dual cameras are very good, offering portrait mode and 2x zoom while Face ID is here to stay – there’s no home button here. But when so much of the front of the phone is screen we don’t mind.
It’s very expensive but so are most iPhones. It has replaced the original iPhone X that launched in 2017 but sells for the same RS 77813.61/ RS 68886.04.
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4. iPhone 8 Plus:::RRP: 64GB RS: 48199.54 | 256GB RS: 58542.79 ;
3. iPhone 8 .
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The iPhone 8 is a good deal now at £599 / $599. It has wireless charging, a True Tone display and improved battery life to the same design as the iPhone 7 – except the 8 has a glass back.
The A11 Bionic chip is also still very powerful. So if you need to do some truly heavy lifting in gaming, video or music production, the iPhone 8 is still capable for hundreds less than the iPhone XS.
If you want to spend less you can check out the iPhone 7, which is very similar in function but less powerful than the 8.
4. iPhone 7.
Now over two years old but still available from Apple, the iPhone 7 is a good pick if you want the latest iOS software for the least money.
The 4.7in Retina display, decent speakers, battery life and access to the peerless iOS App Store are backed up by its relative affordability, starting at £449 or $449.
It lacks a headphone jack, but it is waterproof. At 4.7in it is also the joint smallest iPhone you can buy from Apple now alongside the iPhone 8.