Apple on Wednesday introduced a trio of new iPhones and an upgraded, health-focused Apple Watch.
If you missed the big event, here’s a quick recap of Apple’s new gadgets and their most notable features.
The biggest news of the day was the iPhone Xs, Apple’s new flagship smartphone and successor to last year’s iPhone X.
Pronounced “iPhone Ten Ess,” the 5.8-inch iPhone Xs boasts a new OLED screen, Apple’s new A12 Bionic chip, and new camera software that lets users change the depth of field of their images after taking them. The new chip allows for faster processing speeds and other under-the-hood benefits.
The iPhone Xs will be available in gold, space gray and silver finishes and with 64GB, 256GB or 512GB of storage. It starts at $999; pre-orders start Friday.
See reactions of Nigerians to the news of the latest iPhones:
So now that new iphones are being dropped my battery wants to fuck up bet lmaoo
— Jesus (@exsuzx) September 12, 2018
Apparently, it's only me that's not that excited about all these iPhones and their new release. Broke & unbothered 😁 #AppleEvent
— BILLION (@BillionTwiTs) September 12, 2018
Impressive how Nigeria has the highest number of poor people in the world and in less than two months from now, the new iPhones will flood the major cities of the same country.
An incomprehensible oxymoron.#AppleEvent
— YourFavOnlineDoctor (@DrOlufunmilayo) September 12, 2018
The new iPhones #AppleEvent ;
iPhone XR – $749 (270,389 Naira)
iPhone Xs – $999 (360,639 Naira)
iPhone Xs Max – $1099 (396,739 Naira).
Some of us haven't even used an Apple product at all 😂
Y'all at Cupertino should just chill 🙏 pic.twitter.com/NVyMuT4pbA
— Cyprian the 🇳🇬ian (@cypiee) September 12, 2018
Apple drop iPhones like mixtapes
— Jxm (@Jxmmi) September 12, 2018
After successfully sleeping around to raise money for iphone X, then you hear new iphones are already available pic.twitter.com/EIWPxBGgGE
— King Overdose… (@IamKellyJoe) September 12, 2018
i’m mad the new iphones come w face ID and not finger print recognition- somethings it’s dark…. sometimes i look like a 1… sometimes i’m half asleep and it don’t read my dam face! UGH 😒
— les (@LEXXXLIEEE) September 13, 2018
would iPhones have become the society-defining presence they are without music? or, if u could play songs another way, would u keep your phone on u as often
— Matthew Trammell (@trmmll) September 13, 2018