iPhone XR reviews begin to hit

Most people can probably find a better way to spend $2250 than on infinite black levels.

Probably the most telling pull from The Verge’s hands-on review with thew new iPhone XR.

Despite its LCD panel, with a relatively low 326 PPI density, and single rear facing camera the iPhone XR is set to be what I think will be Apple’s highest selling model of the current generation.

Significantly cheaper, almost no functioning difference and what I consider a sweet spot in physical size sitting perfectly between the iPhone X  and the iPhone 8+.

Very keen to get hands-on with one and see how it feels in hand.

 

Source: Apple iPhone XR review: better than good enough – The Verge

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