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iPhone XR has been out for just over a month, and I’ve been using it, sometimes side by side with an iPhone XS, often times on its own, and for the last few days side by side with an iPhone 6s. Why a 6s? Because I wanted to get a sense not just of how cool the new colors are, though they are, or whether the display and camera system were dealbreakers compared to the iPhone XS, which really depends on the individual, but how much of a difference the upgrade will make to a real person in the real world.
And a lot of people considering the XR, people who don’t get a new phone to review every couple days, weeks, or months, have been using the same phone for a couple or few years already. That’s the 6s. Maybe the 6, SE, or 7. But mostly the 6s. And, if that’s you or someone you’re close to, I want to take my head out of the tech bubble for a minute and put myself in your shoes.
Maybe you’re ready to upgrade and you’re considering giving up the familiarity of the Home button — you know, the one only tech hot takers ever thought that was boring — and try out the full screen future. But you’re wondering if the $750 up front or the few bucks extra on your carrier plan is worth it for the iPhone XR. Whether it will provide value to you or yours beyond the price.
Just over a month later, that’s what we’re going to answer.
Jonathan Morrison: iPhone XR vs. 1080p challenge: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcFXEXJicgc
iPhone XR Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgtwN52uvzo
iPhone XR vs. XS Screen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09L4z8y3tLs
iPhone XR vs. XS Camera: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xN41jgXh9I8