Apple on Monday unveiled the new iPhone X and XS models for the third quarter of 2019.
Both iPhones feature a 4,000-pixel resolution display, a higher pixel density than the iPhone X. Both are 4K displays.
Apple also unveiled the iPhone Max line, the new flagship iPhone, which includes a new 9.7-inch display, an upgraded 8-megapixel camera, a larger battery, a faster processor, and a fingerprint scanner.
The new iPhone Max will launch in September 2019 and cost $1,399.
The iPhone XS line-ups an 8-inch screen, a new 12-megapixels camera, faster processor with Neural Engine and Apple Pay, a 5-megabyte RAM, an 8 megapixel camera with Optical Image Stabilization, and Apple CarPlay.
Apple says it’s also releasing the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X Pro, which will come in September.
Both iPhone models will have a 4-inch OLED display, faster processors, better cameras, and an Apple Car Mode.
Apple launched the new iPad Pro line in September with a 5.5-inch IPS display, the most expensive model of Apple’s new tablet.
The iPad Pro will be $499 and come in a variety of colors.