The iPhone XR is the cheapest model in the iPhone 2018 range of smartphones. The phone's price starts at Rs 76,900, followed by iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max starts at Rs 99,900 and 109,900, respectively.
From better camera quality operating system (iOS 12), Apple
has brought about several changes in the specification and feature of the new iPhones. Business Standard
on Thursday conducted a poll and asked users across Facebook, Twitter and its website whether they would upgrade to the newly announced Apple
iPhones for their features. Here are the results of the 24-hour poll.
The NO club: 64.6 per cent of the votes received across various platforms said they would not be willing to trade their existing smartphones or iPhones for the newly launched devices.
The YES club:
30.5 per cent of the total voters said they would be intrigued to buy the new iPhones and use lavish features such as Apple True Tone technology, which uses six-channel light sensor to subtly adjusts the white balance onscreen to match the colour temperature of the surrounding light. The remaining five per cent said that they might or might not shell out money the high-end iPhone.
The poll indicated that a majority of readers of Business Standard on Twitter, Facebook and the website said they are not convinced that they should upgrade to the iPhones for their features.