The iPhone Xs is the incremental update we’ve come to expect from the “s” line of Apple smartphones. Except this time around, we might never know why Apple discontinued the one-year-old iPhone X. (If I had to guess, it was probably still too expensive to make to sell it at a discounted price.)

The flagship 5.8-inch Xs builds on last year’s edge-to-edge OLED display, which introduced facial unlocking and the (in)famous notch. It’s been tweaked with a faster processor, better screen, improved battery and an updated camera.

Continue reading my written review here: https://techcentral.co.za/apple-iphone-xs-review-an-incremental-and-pricey-update/84266/

Take a listen to the Cars and Gadgets podcast here, where Duncan and I chat about the iPhone Xs: https://techcentral.co.za/cars-gadgets-apples-iphone-xs-unpacked/84263/

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