The iPhone Xr is meant to be the cheaper version of Apple’s new line-up – sitting between the size of the Xs and the Xs Max but at the bottom of the price range.
It borrows from the design of those phones but swaps some of the more expensive parts – like the shiny steel around the edges – for cheaper aluminium.
It also comes in a whole host of looks – with Apple re-introducing brighter colours to its range.
Beyond the design the features of the iPhone Xr are almost the same as its more expensive sibling.
It still features the beefed up A12 bionic processor and the improved camera.
But it also removes some of the more expensive features too.
The Xr has an LCD screen rather than the richer OLED found on the Xs and features only one camera on the back instead of two.