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The iPhone Xr Is More Than a Paint Job but Can It Win Where the 5C Failed?

[2018-09-14 15:00:00]

In addition to two new flagship iPhones, the iPhone Xr is here to right the wrongs of the long-discontinued iPhone 5c. But unlike Apple’s colorful 2013 release — which was seen as repackaged tech and subsequently flopped — the Xr comes with some serious internal improvements in addition to its cool colors and a more reasonably accessible price-point.That’s why the Xr might succeed in winning over the customers unconvinced by the iPhone X, or who were turned off by the iPhone 5c’s plastic, and therefore non-luxurious, feel. Powered by Apple’s state-of-the-art A12 Bionic processor, the smartphone will run with the same benchmark performance as the XS and XS Max minus a few flashy features.... The iPhone Xr Is More Than a Paint Job but Can It Win Where the 5C Failed?

The iPhone Xr Is More Than a Paint Job but Can It Win Where the 5C Failed?


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