New iPhone XS and XS Max handsets launch with 3GB of RAM, 12-megapixel camera

By: David HockenberryRead moreApple has released a new version of its popular iPhone Xs and Xs Max smartphones with a 3GB RAM, a 12-MP camera, and a more powerful A11 Bionic processor.

The new iPhones, which Apple says will launch in the second half of the year, will come in two variants, the new 8.7-inch iPhone X and the new 10.5-inch 8.9-inch version.

The XS series smartphones are still available in the US and in other countries, with the smaller 8.3-inch model being the cheaper option in the home market.

The iPhone X, on the other hand, will only be available in China, though the company says it will soon launch in other markets in the Asia-Pacific region.

The iPhone X comes with either 16GB or 32GB of storage, though Apple says that should be enough for most users.

It will also support 4K video recording at 30fps.

The 8.2-inch XS model also comes with 64GB of internal storage, while the 10.1-inch models will have 128GB of memory.

Both models have a 5.5mm headphone jack.

In the new phones, Apple also includes support for Apple Pay, allowing you to use the phone as a mobile wallet.

The company says that users can make payments through NFC, NFC-enabled NFC cards, and Apple Pay.

Apple has also added a new feature called AirDrop, which lets you send an email, SMS, or calendar message directly from the iPhone X.

Apple says the new iPhones will be available from June and will cost $999.99.