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Wednesday, September 12th, 2018 7:54 PM

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2018 iPhone XS & XS Max - Ordering Thread

It's that time of year again!!!

 

iPhone XS & XS Max ordering starts on Friday, September 14th.

Let's get this thread started so we can keep track of issues, etc.

 

 

When will it be available?

Both the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max will be available to order on September 14 and will ship on September 21!

 

How much will it cost and how much storage will it have?

 

iPhone XS

The iPhone XS will come in three different storage options (listed below) and pricing starts at $999.

  • 64GB
  • 256GB
  • 512GB

 

iPhone XS Max:

The iPhone XS Max will come in three different storage options (listed below) and pricing starts at $1099.

  • 64GB
  • 256GB
  • 512GB

 

 

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4 years ago

Not getting support for software patches and updates, specially on Android, is a deal breaker. True, it will not be unusable, but would you like to be running >year-old software on an Android device? Not me. That’s a very bad idea security-wise.

 

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4 years ago


@QuarryRye wrote:

Yeah, but one of these will still be running the latest Apple iOS for at least 4 years, so it will be cheaper than the shiniest Android device in the long run.

I don't understand that logic at all. Just because it gets software updates, how does that make it cheaper? Even if an Android phone doesn't update the software, that doesn't make it unusable, and the warranty for Apple and Android devices are the same - one year.


@QuarryRye 

 

Well if banks and other companies get more and more security driven it will make a difference.  Android 5 and 6 have security flaws in the os that OEM's did not patch.  Apple has it way easier since they make the hardware and the OS but a iPhone 6 which was released in 2014 vs android 5 which was released the same year which is more secure?

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