Weekly poll: iPhone XS, XS Max and XR battle for your approval

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Weekly poll: iPhone XS, XS Max and XR battle for your approval

The iPhones got bigger this week - literally! Apple has historically offered smaller screens but this week it unveiled a whopping 6.5" screen. Is it too much? Then there's the 5.8" model. Both of those can be in your hand next Friday if your country is in first wave. If you want the "cheap" model, you'll have to wait until late October. But do you want it? Let's talk about which of the three iPhones impressed you the most.

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