Last month, Apple unveiled the iPhone XS, the latest version of its high-end smartphone.
The phone is beautiful — have you seen that new gold color? — and packs new features like Apple’s A12 Bionic chip, more storage, and better battery life than last year’s model. Plus, the new, larger model, the XS Max, has the largest display of any iPhone, ever.
Of course, since it’s a new iPhone, Apple had to include a few camera upgrades. It’s not a complete overhaul to the camera, since the XS and XS Max share nearly identical specs to 2017’s iPhone X. But Apple made a few improvements to the front and rear cameras, mostly on the artificial intelligence side, that it says will usher in “a new era of photography.”
We decided to put those new features to the test on the iPhone XS Max, the larger model (it has the exact same camera as the smaller XS) to see whether they made a major difference for users.
Here’s what we found: