The Only Loser at Apple’s Latest Event Is Your Wallet


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On Wednesday, Apple announced its latest updates to the iPhone and Apple Watch, adding three new iPhones and a new Apple Watch to its catalog of devices. The iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR all share the iPhone X’s all-screen design and FaceID security features, and the Apple Watch Series 4 bundles a larger display with more advanced health-focused features. What Apple took away, however, was an inexpensive way to enter its smartphone ecosystem.

The iPhone has always been considered a premium product, and the latest versions are no different. Apple’s new iPhones start at $749 with the iPhone XR, regarded as the new standard-issue iPhone, and rise to a thousand dollars with the iPhone XS and $1099 with the XS Max. The new Apple Watch Series 4, starting at $399, is $70 more expensive than the previous Series 3 version, and the LTE version will run you an extra $100 if you’re into paying the premium (along with a data connection) for your wearable.

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