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Yet again this year, Apple has re-invented the wheel. They have introduced a new Apple watch, Mac Pro, Home Pod (Apple’s Edition of an Amazon Echo), and a new wireless charger. But, let’s get to the good stuff. Last week Apple unveiled the new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. For those there is Super Retina available in two sizes. They come with Advanced Face ID, the smartest, most powerful chip in a smartphone, a breakthrough dual-camera system, faster wireless charging, gigabit-class LTE, and a new level of water resistance. The XS Max also includes the largest display ever on an iPhone.  The XS starts at $1000, The XS Max is $1100, and the XR which is only $750. Ultimately, I don’t really see the reason to drop $1100 on the exact same phone, especially with the only difference being dual sim cards. Of course, that’s ultimately a personal decision.

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