All iPhone XR models have a haptic touch-capable 6.1″ (diagonal) LCD “Liquid Retina HD” display (1792×828, 326 PPI, 1400:1 contrast ratio) that occupies nearly the entire front of the device. It has dual cameras. On the front — tucked in the “notch” — is a “TrueDepth” camera that in addition to supporting “Advanced Face ID” identification functionality, takes 7MP photos, shoots 1080p video, and has software support for Portrait mode, Portrait Lighting, and more. The rear camera is a wide-angle (f/1.8 aperture) with a 12MP sensor, supports optical image stabilization, and shoots 4K photos and video. The iPhone XR uses an “aerospace-grade” 7000 series aluminum case and has a glass front and back. It is splash, water, and dust-resistant to the IP67 standard (maximum depth of 1 meter up to 30 minutes). It is sold in six color options — yellow, white, coral (salmon), black, (royal) blue. Internally, the iPhone XR is powered by a 64-bit, 7 nm “Apple A12 Bionic” processor with six cores, two performance cores, four high-efficiency cores, and an “8-core Neural Engine.” It has 3 GB of RAM and 64GB, flash storage. It also supports 802.11ac Wi-Fi with 2×2 MIMO, Bluetooth 5.0, LTE Advanced, NFC for Apple Pay, “Express Cards with power reserve” for compatible transit systems, and dual SIMs (one hardware nano-SIM and one software-based eSIM). Apple estimates that the iPhone XR provides “up to” 65 hours of audio playback, 25 hours of talk time, 15 hours of Internet use, and 16 hours of wireless video playback. Because of the device’s glass back, the battery can be charged wirelessly using a charging mat that supports the Qi standard.