Tech Abilities: Maxing Out Your Apple Orchard Or Not to Max. It’s Apples to Apples Mr. Cook
After the dust has settled and the quick triggered Apple purists satisfied their Apple harvest, Tech Abilities takes a patient look at the new Apples in the Orchard. With us having iPhones 7, 8 and 10 running IOS 12, we sit back and chat about the offerings from the Apple Gods themselves.
We talk about the biggest change brought forth by the Apple team during the 2-hour Apple Event, the new Apple Watch 4. New size options, 40 and 44 and just a bit slimmer. With the medical advances and sensors this device is now FDA approved and may be telling your doctors more about you than you even know.
The team then began rolling out the 3 new iPhone offerings. The iPhone XS, XS Max and the iPhone R. The X is pronounced 10.
All of them will be sporting the new processor developed by Apple and the price point for the R remains attainable at $759. While the S and the Max sky rocket to new levels of the stratosphere. Over $1400 for the model packed with 512 gigabytes of storage. And that XS is not far behind with a starting point of $1099 at 64 gigabytes of storage.
All said and done, were talking some serious Apple picking and the fruit is not hanging too low anymore. So, the R model is the lowest hanging fruit on this Apple picking fest, but you will have to decide on what your needs are and if your present iPhone just needs a fresh battery and a shiny new case.
We use to say, get the latest because they are changing so fast. Well, not so fast any more. The iPhone 7 and 8 are reduced in price from Apple and with the $29 charge for a new battery, that old, 2-year old relic will carry you through till next year’s Best Time of the Year – Apple’s Event. And I am sure, just as they said it this year, that the iPhone will be the best ever in the World!
Join Serina, Andy and Jeff in this after the dust settles look at the Apple Event.
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