By: Megan Talley
CUPERTINO – Apple is upping its smartphone game with three new options.
CEO Tim Cook announced the changes at the tech company’s HQ Wednesday. In a highly anticipated follow up to last year’s iPhone X, the XS and XS Max feature a faster processor, more storage and a longer battery life.
The XS Max also boasts a six and a half inch screen. A cheaper version, the XR, will come in several colors, but not feature all the bells and whistles.
The phones also include dual SIM cards, which allows one device to control two different phone numbers, a feature already a part of many android phones.
The XS and XS Max will launch in stores on September 21 starting at $1000, while the XR comes to stores on October 26th starting at $750.