Apple's newly released iPhone XR offers a lot of the same features as the iPhone XS, but at a lower cost. The size of the iPhone XR screen is 6.1", which sits in between the 5.8" iPhone XS and the 6.5" iPhone XS Max. Instead of using an OLED display like the more expensive 2018 iPhones, Apple uses a "Liquid Retina" LCD display that's been engineered for industry-leading color accuracy and a wide color gamut. Apple also adapted the screen so that it stretches into the corners, just like the iPhone XS and XS Max. The new iPhone XR does not include 3D Touch, however. This means you won't have the ability to press harder for additional menus and features. Apple did include a new haptic feedback for long presses, which in some areas of iOS replaces the need for 3D Touch.
The other noteworthy difference of the iPhone XR is the camera. It only has a single wide-angle 12MP rear-facing camera instead of the dual 12MP wide-angle and telephoto lens that comes in the iPhone XS. The lack of the second lens means there isn't a physical 2x zoom capability, but it does still offer Portrait Mode and even the new Depth Control that allows you to adjust the Bokeh effect after shooting pictures.
iPhone XR runs on the same A12 Bionic chip with next-generation Neural Engine and has Face ID to unlock. It and comes with either 64GB, 128GB, or 256GB of internal storage, and is offered in six colors: Blue, White, Black, Yellow, Coral, and (Product) Red. It starts at $749.