Yes, you can play high dynamic range (HDR) video on your iPhone XR. No, it’s not true HDR. What you’re actually seeing is simulated color without most of the visual enhancements and fidelity afforded by the superior OLED panels.
As consumers balk at the high price tag of iPhone X, Apple has reportedly adjusted its sales projections and now expects to move more iPhone models in its coming fall lineup that will come outfitted with cheaper LCD screens than the models equipped with pricier OLED screens.
A sketchy report claims that Apple’s rumored lower-cost LCD model with Face ID and a similar design to iPhone X is two months behind schedule and won’t be available until November. It’s predicted to be priced at around $700-800.