No, the iPhone XR does not have 3D Touch. Users can still access the same deep touch features by tapping and holding on the screen. The replacement for 3D Touch is dubbed Haptic Touch, which is similar to MacBook Pro trackpad Force Touch. A long press on the Liquid Retina display will provide haptic feedback much like 3D Touch.
iPhone XR can be purchased along with accident protection from Apple. AppleCare+ covers up to two incidents of accidental damage over a two-year period. Apple also has launched AppleCare+ with Theft and Loss, which can replace a missing or stolen iPhone XR.
Each plan has an initial cost, along with fees or deductibles charged for each incident.
The iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR all ship with a Lightning to USB cable and 5W USB power adapter.
Apple has not included USB-C on these models, as was previously rumored. The company continues to deliver its hardware with Lightning ports, as well as Qi wireless charging built-in.
Despite its lower price and LCD display, the iPhone XR includes FaceID. This means the home button and TouchID fingerprint sensor is not included on the iPhone XR.
All three models in Apple's 2018 lineup use FaceID for user authentication. Facial recognition and Animoji are part and parcel of the latest designs, with no home button in sight.
The iPhone XR main, rear-facing camera is the same wide-angle camera featured on the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. The specifications on this camera include: