The iPhone XR is the new "budget" phone from Apple and now it has been officially released. We can look at what the real benefits are of owning this new phone, and conversely, what you need to watch out for if this is your next phone.
But we feel there are some additional positives that we need to shed light on.
The iPhone XR is a great phone and for anyone that wants one of the new iPhones, but finds the cost of the XS a little too pricey, it's an option worth considering. Besides the price differences, there isn't much the iPhone XS can offer on top apart from display quality that most of us care less about.
We would still recommend going for a refurbished iPhone X, but then the calling of the latest processor might be a too strong for some to ignore. A good workaround could be to wait for a refurbished XS and XS Max to be available on the market if you're keen on having OLED screen and dual rear cameras.
Once again we have reviewed Apple's iPhone 15 lineup Environmental Reports in order to see whether the iPhones are more eco-friendly.
Ever wonder what’s luring you back onto your phone in the unholy hours of the night? Or feel like you could’ve sworn you heard a mysterious vibration, but no notification is to be seen? Well keep reading to uncover what is keeping you addicted to your phone…
We did what we do best - a comparison of first year depreciation rates of the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 series to predict what the first 12 months for the iPhone 15 lineup will be like. Read on to find out which iPhone 15 to pick to avoid faster depreciation.