Another big event just went down in Cupertino, and the new iPhone XS and the XS Max, which boasts the largest iPhone display ever, stole the show. Visually, they are very similar to the most recent iPhone, the X. It’s under the hood where these new devices shine. The big advance is the new chip, the A12 Bionic, which launches apps 30% faster and helps power AR, among other things. The feature that drew the most applause relates to the camera. With the iPhone XS and XS Max you’ll be able to snap a picture and adjust the f-stop after the shot. That means you can snap a shot with stunning bokeh and then decide to change the depth of field to bring some of the background into focus. That’s huge. Both the XS (5.8″) and XS Max (6.5″) are water resistant to two meters for up to 30 minutes. They offer stereo sound, faster facial recognition, and boast super retina display. You can order on September 14, and the phones will start shipping on September 21.