Apple is offering up to a $50 credit to upgrade to the iPhone 8 or iPhone X, AppleCare+, a new iPhone program that offers up to two years of AppleCare+.
The new iPhone Xs Max comes with an 8-megapixel camera and an 8.7-inch display, but the iPhone X comes with a new 9.7mm TrueDepth camera with dual LED flash, which allows users to capture the real-world details of their surroundings without a lens.
The new iPhones Xs and Xs Plus come with a dual-camera setup with a 16-megapixels sensor, which has been upgraded to 8-MP sensors in the iPhone 9.1 and iPhone 9 Plus, but Apple doesn’t offer a full review on how the new devices perform in high-quality camera tests.
The new iPhone models also come with AppleCare++, which is an upgrade program for the iPhone owners who have purchased a new phone in the past two years.
Apple is offering a $100 credit toward the purchase of an iPhone 8, 8 Plus, or Xs.
The iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus come in either Silver, Gold, or Space Gray, and they also have a new accessory, the “Space Earring,” that attaches to the back of the iPhone for better sound isolation.
The Space Earring comes with two interchangeable earbuds, a speaker, and a 3.5mm jack.