The iPhone XR is in the stores now officially, and if you are a frequent iPhone buyer’s like me, you might be doing a research that either you should upgrade to iPhone XR from your older iPhone or just let it go!
The iPhone XR is truly a buying, value for money product from all the launches that have been there in the past for new device. There is so much to like about iPhone XR and to say a few, price point, which is definitely high but it isn’t that scary high – $750 is a lot easier to buy than $999.
For the First time, Apple’s most exciting device isn’t the one that commands the really big budget to own it.
Nevertheless, This time, an iPhone comes in fun colors. And not just a few colors, but a lot of colors. If you’re tired of the same old space gray, silver, and gold colors, then the iPhone XR, with its white, black, blue, yellow, coral, and red finish options are breathtaking.
And, how can we forget, the biggest perk, the camera is awesome – a truly noticeable upgrade from older phones.
Here’s everything you should know before upgrading to the iPhone XR from an older iPhone.
Bigger Display Size:
The iPhone XR is comparatively bigger than the iPhone 6, 6s, 7, and 8, and even the slightly larger than iPhone X and iPhone XS. If you prefer smaller phones, it may not be the right choice for you. Think twice before you buy.
Now, the reason why the iPhone XR is slightly bigger, as it has a bigger display than any standard-sized or plus-sized iPhone that came before it. Its screen is bigger.
The iPhone XR has a 6.1-inch LCD display, which is larger than the 5.5-inch LCD of older devices.
Heavier than other Devices:
The iPhone XR is significantly heavier than iPhones from the past — it weighs in at 194 grams. Here’s how that compares to past phones:
- iPhone 8 — 148 grams
- iPhone 7 — 138 grams
- iPhone 6S — 143 grams
- iPhone 6 — 129 grams
No Home Button
The iPhone XR don’t have a home button or a fingerprint sensor. For anyone with an older phone, you’ll have to get used to completely new gestures — opening your phone or going to your home screen means swiping up from the bottom of the display.
A totally new way of unlocking your phone: Face ID. Rather than scanning your fingerprint, your device will now scan your face, which can unlock your phone as well as confirm your identity while using Apple Pay.
No Headphone Jack
if you’re still rocking an older iPhone than iPhone 7, it’s time to say goodbye to your headphone jack. The iPhone XR doesn’t have one, but it does come with Lightning-enabled EarPods, which work exactly like Apple’s older earbuds — you just plug them into the phone’s Lightning port. And if you have nicer wired headphones, you can buy a $10 adapter from Apple.
The iPhone XR has wireless charging built in. Basically, instead of plugging a power cord into your phone, you can just place it on a wireless charging mat and it will automatically begin recharging.
Most Awaited Feature to Explain: Camera
The No. 1 perk of buying the iPhone XR is the camera.
- Enhanced wide-angle camera: Despite not having the dual camera setup like iPhone XS, the iPhone XR features the same wide angle camera. A 32% larger 12MP sensor brings bigger pixels noticeably better in low light performance.
- 60 FPS front facing the camera: the iPhone XR features has the ability to shoot 1080p video at 60 frames per second with the front-facing TrueDepth camera.
- Single lens Portrait Mode: Portrait Mode on the iPhone XR is impressive. Portrait Mode on the iPhone XR relies on the wide angle lens, it makes it easier to capture portrait selfies and comes with enhanced low light performance.
- Adjustable depth of field: You can adjust the background blur of Portrait Mode photos by using the Edit function in the Photos app. A future iOS update will also allow you to adjust background blur in real time within the Camera app.
The iPhone XR has the best battery life of any iPhone ever. It even features better battery life than the high-end iPhone XS Max flagship device.
The iPhone XR offers the best Value for Money iPhone. Its price, battery life, processor, camera, and color options, make it a strong contender for the best iPhone in Apple’s current lineup. A Must buy the device and Upgrade yourself.