As expected, Apple revealed several new iterations of the iPhone during its Keynote 2018 address. In addition to the iPhone XS and the bigger XS Max–this year’s follow-ups to the iPhone X–Apple unveiled the rumored “budget” version of the handset, the iPhone Xr.
As 9to5Mac reported ahead of the Keynote, the phone will feature a 6.1-inch, edge-to-edge LCD screen that Apple calls the Liquid Retina Display. This gives the device a bigger display than an iPhone 8 Plus in a smaller overall handset. The phone comes in three different storage sizes–64 GB, 128 GB, and 256 GB–and will be available in six finishes: black, white, red, yellow, blue, and coral.
Apple bills the iPhone Xr as “the iPhone X experience in an LCD display.” It boasts the same set of features found in other iPhone X models. Like those, the phone doesn’t have a home button; rather, you simply tap to wake it and swipe up to return to the home screen. It offers an hour and a half more battery life than the iPhone 8 Plus and features haptic touch and Face ID.
The iPhone Xr starts at $749. It launches on October 26, with pre-orders beginning on October 19. The other newly revealed iPhone models, the XS and XS Max, start at $999 and $1099, respectively, and launch later this month on September 21.
There were many other announcements during Apple’s Keynote 2018 address, such as a new Apple Watch Series 4. You can catch up on all of the news from the presentation in our full Apple Keynote recap. You can also find more coverage of the Apple Keynote 2018 below and on GameSpot’s sister site, CNET.