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iPhone XR Full Specifications & Features
- 6.1-inch Liquid Retina display (LCD)
- IP67 water and dust resistant (maximum depth of 1 meter up to 30 minutes)
- 12MP camera with OIS and 7MP TrueDepth front camera—Portrait mode, Portrait Lighting, Depth Control, and Smart HDR
- Face ID for secure authentication
- A12 Bionic with next-generation Neural Engine
- Wireless charging—works with Qi chargers
- iOS 12 with Memoji, Screen Time, Siri Shortcuts, and Group FaceTime
Liquid Retina Display - Beauty Awaits Your Eyes
What does the display of the iPhone XR Smartphone have in store for you? Its advanced 15.49 cm (6.1) Liquid Retina Display along with an innovative backlight, allows the screen to stretch to the corners, thereby exposing you to colourful visuals from one edge to another. It also packs the punch of enhanced color accuracy and a wide color gamut for delightful visuals
The Liquid Retina Display
The new 6.1-inch Liquid Retina LCD display with 1792 x 828 resolutions at 326 ppi, actually looks pretty good. When compared to the OLED iPhone XS Max display with 458 ppi side-by-side, you can notice a difference, but in quick day-to-day usage, it did not feel that inferior. Only when it came down to watching YouTube videos did we notice a difference in resolution when looking closely at the displays. Blacks are decent, but not as dark as OLED. The screen can also get very bright.
The iPhone XR display gets True Tone and wide colour (P3) like the iPhone XS Max, but lacks 3D Touch. We did miss 3D Touch for notifications on the lock screen and the keyboard for quick edits, but after a couple days of re-training our muscle memory, it was something we were able to cope with (#firstworldproblems).
The bezels are thicker on the iPhone XR compared to the “edge-to-edge” OLED display on the iPhone XS Max. If you have your iPhone XR in a case, you honestly won’t even notice the difference. We’re only telling you this because we used the iPhone XS Max first, before the iPhone XR.
Below is a picture comparing the iPhone XS Max versus the iPhone XR and iPhone X (which looks pretty small). You can get a good sense of the bezel differences, but overall it’s nothing to lose sleep over. The thicker bezel is required to house the backlight for iPhone XR’s LCD display.
Here are pictures of these three phones from the back—there is a sizeable camera bump for the single wide lens on the iPhone XR
Exceptional Design - Feel It to Believe It
Get set to be stunned by this phone's design as it comprises one of the most durable front glass. A special Apple-designed alloy has been utilized to make the structural bands to complement the look of the back glass.
A closer look at the camera bump
On the bottom of the iPhone XR, the Lightning port is not exactly centred, but if you have problems with this, you need to re-evaluate what’s important in life. Who stares at their off-axis Lightning port anyways?
Also interesting to note, the modular SIM card tray (as per iFixit’s teardown) on iPhone XR sits along the lower third of the device, instead of the middle area like its iPhone XS Max and iPhone X siblings. IPhone XR also supports eSIM and Dual SIM, like the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. So far, only Bell supports eSIM in Canada.
Advanced Face ID - Your Files Will Be Just Yours
You can unlock your phone and log in to various applications with just a glance, thanks to this phone's advanced and fast Face ID Technology.
The A12 Bionic Chip - The Smart Bite
From incredible portraits with depth control to augmented reality experiences, the A12 Bionic chip will make your Smartphone experience, truly delightful.
Face ID and A12 Bionic on iPhone XR
If you’ve experienced Face ID on iPhone X, then you’ll be pleased to know the experience is exactly the same on iPhone XR, if not faster, thanks to the new A12 Bionic chip—which is also the same in the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.
The iPhone XR is a very snappy phone, with apps launching quickly and overall system operation running buttery smooth. We didn’t notice anything different compared to the iPhone XS Max.
Animojis on iPhone XR feel exactly the same on any other device with Face ID. You’ll have fun with these for at least a week, until everyone gets annoyed with you living in the virtual emoji world.
Camera System - A New Era of Photography
The iPhone camera has always been the center of all attention, and with the iPhone XR, the stunning cameras (12 MP Rear Camera, 7 MP Front Camera) are accompanied by an innovative sensor and Neural Engine to capture memories like never before.
The iPhone XR Camera
The single camera lens with f/1.8 aperture on the iPhone XR is the same 12MP wide angle lens from the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, while the front is same 7MP as well. There’s optical image stabilization but digital zoom is only 5x. Smart HDR is available and it’s amazing, like it is on iPhone XS Max.
There are stark differences when it comes to Portrait mode on iPhone XR. Portrait mode is the camera feature which blurs the background on photos, making subjects stand out, creating a similar effect found on dSLR cameras.
The rear camera’s Portrait mode only can capture human faces, and not inanimate objects or animals, such as your pets. You can, however, bypass this by using a third party camera app like Halide. No word if Apple will ever change this in the future.
Shooting from the rear camera offers Portrait mode with Depth Control (like iPhone XS and XS Max), allowing you to control Bokeh (essentially the background blur) in real-time.
For Portrait Lighting studio effects, the rear camera only has three effects (Natural, Studio, Contour), whereas the iPhone XS and XS Max also have Stage and Stage Mono. But on the front-facing camera, all five effects are available on iPhone XR, like iPhone XS and XS Max.
Smart HDR - A Picture with Good Highlight
With the presence of new secondary frames, faster sensors, and the powerful A12 Bionic chip, your HDR images, taken from the rear camera, will be enhanced with more highlight and shadow.
Portrait mode on iPhone XR is a totally different experience compared to the iPhone XS Max, because you get to use a wide angle lens, which we actually preferred. Normally, Portrait mode on iPhone XS Max requires you to get up close, but on iPhone XR, you get more of the subject, allowing a picture with a wider view. The iPhone XR is like a wider prime lens when it comes to iPhone photography.
Here are some examples to show you what we mean. Both pictures were taken at the exact same distance with iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR held side-by-side.
Portrait Mode - All Attention Is on You
With a single-lens camera and machine learning technology, your pictures will be captured with you being in focus. The Bokeh Effect adds a sophisticated background blur to your image. What's more? You can also adjust the depth of field on your portrait images after you shoot.
iPhone XR Portrait mode
With wide-angle Portrait mode on iPhone XR, you finally realize how much of your photo you’re missing out on. Since the iPhone XR wide angle lens is a faster lens with a f/1.8 aperture, you’re able to shoot better low light Portrait mode shots versus the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, which uses the telephoto lens at f/2.4 aperture (simply put, it is not as fast in low light). You get the picture now, right
iPhone XR Video
For video, iPhone XR records 4K video at 24 fps/30 fps/60 fps and 1080p video just like the iPhone XS Max. The same fps rates apply for 1080p, while extended dynamic range is also available for video up to 30 fps. Optical stabilization is also here, along with stereo recording and the same slo-mo video rates as iPhone XS Max. You’re getting essentially the same camera quality like iPhone XS Max, minus the extra rear telephoto lens.
iPhone XR Speakers, Wireless Charging, Water Resistance, LTE Advanced
iPhone XR Speakers
The iPhone XR has stereo speakers, so when you’re watching videos in landscape, you get nice, loud stereo separation, like the iPhone XS Max. Speakerphone calls are also nice and loud with these new louder speakers, as are regular phone calls.
iPhone XR Wireless Charging
As for wireless charging, it’s becoming the norm now with Apple’s latest iPhone. We rarely use wireless charging other than during the day, but at night we still charge with our Lightning cable. We never had to charge the iPhone XR during the day (more on this later).
As for water resistance, the iPhone XR is rated at IP67, which allows for submersion at a depth of 1 metre for up to 30 minutes. iPhone XS Max is rated IP68, offering a max submersion depth of 2 metres for 30 minutes. How often do you go swimming or diving with your iPhone? You better check yourself before you wreck yourself…err, your iPhone.
As for iPhone XR, the modem only offers LTE Advanced speeds, whereas iPhone XS Max supports up to Gigabit-class LTE. Given how our wireless networks in Canada are nowhere near Gigabit speeds yet, you have nothing to worry about here (only your wallet does when it comes to Canadian data pricing).
TrueDepth Camera - Ready, Pose, Click:- With the presence of a Wide-angle Lens (f/2.2) and a Portrait Mode with Depth Control, the 7 MP Front Camera offers the perfect canvas for capturing moments.
Apple iPhone XR Launched Date
Apple iPhone XR Smartphone was launched in September 2018. The phone comes with a 6.10-inch touch screen display with a resolution of 828x1792 pixels at a pixel density of 326 pixels per inch (ppi).
Apple iPhone XR is powered by a hexa-core Apple A12 Bionic processor.
The Apple iPhone XR supports wireless charging.
As far as the cameras are concerned, the Apple iPhone XR on the rear packs a 12-megapixel camera with an f/1.8 aperture. The rear camera setup has autofocus. It sports a 7-megapixel camera on the front for selfies, with an f/2.2 aperture.
Apple iPhone XR based on iOS 12 and packs 64GB of inbuilt storage. The Apple iPhone XR is a dual-SIM (GSM and GSM) Smartphone that accepts Nano-SIM and eSIM cards.
Connectivity options on the Apple iPhone XR include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, GPS, Bluetooth v5.00, NFC, Lightning, 3G, and 4G (with support for Band 40 used by some LTE networks in India) with active 4G on both SIM cards. Sensors on the phone include accelerometer, ambient light sensor, barometer, gyroscope, proximity sensor, and compass/ magnetometer. The Apple iPhone XR supports face unlock with 3D face recognition.
The Apple iPhone XR measures 150.90 x 75.70 x 8.30mm (height x width x thickness) and weighs 194.00 grams. It was launched in Black, Blue, Coral, White, Yellow, and and PRODUCT (RED) colours. It features an IP67 rating for dust and water protection.
Battery Life is Impressive
The iPhone XR has some impressive battery life, and boasts the best battery life of any iPhone to date. After unplugging our phone and using it with our daily workflow (light usage, some video, email, social media, etc), after 13 hours, we had about 58-60% battery life remaining, enough for another full day of usage (Screen Time was not setup). On our iPhone XS Max, we’re usually at about 45-55% remaining by the time we plug in our phone.
Other more extensive battery life tests on web have shown the iPhone XR battery is the best, as there are less pixels to power compared to the iPhone XS Max and its OLED display. The iPhone XR battery according to iFixit’s teardown comes in at 11.16 Wh, versus 12.08 Wh on the iPhone XS Max.
Conclusion: ‘Budget’ Phone with Luxury Features and Finish
The iPhone XR starts at $1029 CAD in Canada, while the iPhone XS starts at $1379 and iPhone XS Max at $1519. These prices are insane for Smartphone’s in 2018. But of course, we’re getting newer technologies here (and this is Apple we’re talking about) plus the lower Canadian dollar doesn’t help alleviate any pricing pressure
After spending a solid week or so with the iPhone XR, we found it to be a very capable phone that is nothing like the ‘budget’ or ‘cheap’ moniker you keep hearing about. It’s still an expensive phone at over a thousand dollars, but it’s not ultra expensive like the premium iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.
You get a larger display, Face ID, A12 Bionic, an amazing camera, great stereo speakers, wireless charging and the best battery of any iPhone. By buying iPhone XR, you can save yourself $400-$500 compared to iPhone XS, if you don’t need dual cameras and an OLED display. Heck, money saved by choosing the iPhone XR can let you upgrade your Apple Watch while you’re at it.
For me, I’ve been spoiled with OLED since the iPhone X and now my iPhone XS Max, so ‘downgrading’ won’t be happening. But with my time spent with the iPhone XR, I enjoyed every minute of it, and wish the XS Max supported wide-angle lens Portrait mode.
If you’ve never experienced an OLED display, and you’re coming from an older model such as the iPhone 6, the iPhone XR is one heck of an upgrade, with its larger screen, camera and impressive battery life. I almost get the sense Apple downplayed the iPhone XR and right now, word of mouth is doing its job selling the new model (even though sales numbers are expected to be lower than expected). Make no mistake–the iPhone XR is an excellent phone to buy (your wallet will thank me later).
Honestly, the only details you will miss even if you happen to be upgrading from an iPhone 6S is 3D Touch. But even that is only a minor inconvenience for the few of us who use and like the feature. Long-press replaces most of the 3D Touch gestures anyway.
As for everything else, it hits the sweet spot. You get a 6.1-inch HD LCD IPS display, a brand-new A12 Bionic SoC (with the next-generation Neural Engine), 3 GB RAM that won’t annoy you as much as the Pixel 3 XL does with 4 GB, and up to 256 GB of internal storage, which should be plenty.
As with the Google Pixels, Apple too took the "courageous" step of opting to go with a single camera setup on the rear. The only camera you get on the back is a 12 MP wide-angle camera with an f/1.8 aperture, OIS and PDAF at the back and a TrueDepth Camera with a 7 MP sensor with an f/2.2 aperture sitting inside that notch on the front.
As for the software, the phone runs iOS 12.0.1 out of the box. Connectivity options include Bluetooth 5.0, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, NFC, GPS and support for 4G LTE bands that can be run in dual SIM mode (nano + electronic).
In comparison to the iPhone XS or the XS Max, the XR does skip on Gigabit LTE, which will possibly result in slower data speeds, but even that, again, is not particularly relevant when the maximum speed we can usually expect here is around 10 Mbps, on a good day.
Powering the XR is a 2,942 mAh battery, which is a wee bit smaller than the unit on the iPhone XS Max (3,174 mAh) but bigger than the unit in the XS (2,658 mAh). And the battery does make a big difference, as I will explain in the Battery Life section.
Running iOS 12.0.1, the iPhone XR, with all of its hardware horsepower, is capable of opening, running and multi-tasking like a champ. Even if the display is not a massive leap in size from the now standard XS, you do get the landscape layout for apps that currently support the feature. This is because the XR, despite offering the same resolution as the iPhone 8, supports the UI dimensions of the iPhone 8 Plus. Still, the XR, and even the XS Max don't support more powerful features like split-screen multitasking, where two apps can run simultaneously. In this regard, iOS does feel a step behind Android.
After more than a week’s usage, I can conclude that I barely came across any software bugs in iOS 12. This is a pleasant change from the bug-ridden iOS 11 that came before it. One major bug that most will come across, though, is the dual speaker bug, where the top speaker gets switched off, leaving the bigger bottom firing speaker to do all the heavy work. My solution was a simple restart after which both speakers worked perfectly and delivered fantastic and immersive stereo sound. This is a software bug that many believe will be fixed in an upcoming software update. In my one week of usage, I came across this only once.
The other most popular issue surrounds the over-processing that happens when clicking selfies using the front-facing camera. The problem, according to Apple, is to do with the camera choosing the wrong HDR layer while running its Smart HDR processing algorithms, and Apple has confirmed that it will be fixed in iOS 12.1, which, at the time of writing, is yet to arrive.
There are the new additions that everyone else on iOS 12 would also be getting, like the AR-enabled Measure app, a QR code scanner, Animojis and more.
Haptic Touch kind of replaces 3D Touch
As for the UX, I really did not miss 3D Touch, a feature that I barely used on the iPhone 8 Plus to begin with. Since Apple could not include 3D Touch on the XR because of the display’s limitations and design, they delivered a rebranded ‘Hepatic Touch’ system, which is basically a long-press followed by a vibration from the Tactic Engine.
To be honest, it is not a replacement for 3D Touch as the point of 3D Touch was to allow for more options instantly when a user interacted with a software element on the display. Haptic Touch is a lot slower because it’s similar to a long-press, which, by definition, takes time. However, I must comment that Haptic Touch on iOS does activate a bit faster than Android’s long-press.
As for where Haptic Touch can be used, it is used is places where 3D Touch was kind of a mandate. To animate Live Photos, to move your phone’s cursor in a text field, to activate the camera and torch on the lock screen and extensively in the Control Centre where you press for a few milliseconds longer to get access to a more toggle options (pressing down on the brightness slider to get quick access to Night Shift and True Tone toggles).
The powerful A12 Bionic SoC inside means that the iPhone XR had a blast crushing every Android Smartphone in Geek bench’s single-core and multi-core tests. As expected, the benchmarks showed slightly (almost within margin of error) slower performance than the mighty XS Max. This was expected because the XS Max is a larger device, which effectively offers more breathing room for the chip. I’m mentioning these just to let you know that the difference in performance between the Rs 76,000 iPhone XR and the Rs 1, 50, 000 iPhone XS Max is negligible.
Moving on to gaming, the iPhone XR ran every single graphic intensive game without any issues whatsoever. The phone did warm up a bit while playing PUBG Mobile, but got noticeably warmer when playing Shadow gun Legends with settings maxed out at Ultra and 60 fps (this is a graphically demanding game). Indeed, it could run all of these games at ease. Because of its lowered display resolution and scaling, the iPhone XR could not run Asphalt 9: Legends at the best quality settings (you cannot choose the graphics settings). The game ran buttery smooth with no hint of lag or stuttering, but it ran on texture settings that you would normally see on the iPhone SE. Hopefully, Game loft optimises the game in upcoming updates to suit the XR’s capabilities as it can easily pull off better graphics.
The audio quality on the iPhone XR is pretty darn good and right about the same as one would expect from an iPhone XS or a XS Max this year. The same can be said of the dual speaker setup that sounds loud and clear even when maxed out. It’s just that the XS Max sounds a bit louder, but the difference between the two is very minor. If you are coming from an iPhone 6S, 7 or an 8, prepare to be blown away!
Call quality was on par with expectations and I faced no trouble while placing calls on 4G LTE networks using a physical SIM in Mumbai.
There is that speaker problem that I mentioned in the software section (mostly because this is a software bug). A simple restart will activate both speakers in case you manage to trigger the bug and turn the top speaker off.
All by itself, the single camera of the XR does a fine job of shooting really great photos that showcase accurate (and natural-looking) colour tones and excellent dynamic range. Smart HDR does not go all out and aggressive (except when shooting selfies) as they do on the Pixel 3 XL, so it delivers well-exposed images in daylight that look just the way you would expect them to look, i.e., the scene looks natural.
And the same can be said about low-light photographs as well, which have traditionally never been Apple’s strong point.
Low light photos look quite clean and are well exposed thanks to Smart HDR, delivering great dynamic range. This, in my opinion, is the most drastic improvement on the new phones.
While street-lit scenarios saw decent results from the iPhone XR, scenes with dim or extremely low light did not turn out too great, with most photographs looking like paintings and low on details. Indeed it is here that Huawei P20 Pro and the Google Pixel 3 XL are able to deliver far better results relying both on better software and computational photography.
A smarter camera
What I love about the rear, software-driven Portrait mode on the XR is that it picks the entire subject and not just the face when applying the bokeh effect. The XS and XS Max usually focuses on the face and will often blur everything from the neck down and then blur the background even further. The XR finally gets this right and will get the whole subject in focus, as you can see from the comparison samples below. However, the front-facing TrueDepth camera sticks to its roots and considers just the face to be important.
Yes, the iPhone XR not only shoots photos similar to its pricier siblings, but also does a better job at edge detection, whether its selfish or shots from the rear camera. Smart HDR being a standard across all three Smartphone’s, the XR’s camera relies on some machine learning tricks to pull off Bokeh images using a single camera, instead of a dual camera setup on the XS and XS Max. I'm quite surprised that Apple doesn't support these features on the XS and XS Max cameras. It's a software trick, after all.
A Portrait mode with shortcomings
It does a fantastic job at edge detection (far better than the XS and XS Max) but still falls short of the Portrait mode king, the Google Pixel 3 XL. But there’s a tiny problem. Apple uses machine learning via its Neural Engine to detect and map humans in Portrait mode. Unfortunately for XR users, those skills are only limited to human beings for now. So the system only works on “persons” at the moment. So no, you cannot use the Portrait mode for shooting anything else apart from human beings, not even your pets.
The front camera is identical to the one on the XS and XS Max, so it can click anything in Portrait mode and even comes with the regular set of Portrait Lighting effects (the rear camera only manages Natural Light, Studio Light and Contour Light).
At the moment it is unclear whether Apple will be able to deliver a smarter rear-facing camera (via a future software update) that will let you click more than just human beings. But it’s just downright annoying that it’s incapable of pulling this off right out of the box. Also, the XR, just like the XS and XS Max, is not exactly impressive when it comes to low light or dim light portrait photos, which the Pixel 3 XL can easily manage.
However, even with the new Smart HDR in place, the XR’s camera still feels years behind the Google Pixel 3 XL’s computational photography smarts. In short, it still cannot deliver masterpiece after masterpiece like the Pixel 3 XL does.
As for video, the iPhone XR, just like the iPhone XS and XS Max, does a fine job of shooting buttery smooth cinematic video footage whether you are shooting at FHD or 4K and at 30 fps or 60 fps. This works well not just in daylight, but in low light shooting as well, something that the Pixel is just incapable of at the moment. Another detail that Pixel just cannot pull off is great audio quality. The new iPhones can record stereo audio with wider sound separation, making you feel like you are a part of the scene rather than a spectator.
Battery Life: 9/10
Battery life on the iPhone XR is a lot better than what you get on an iPhone XS, but also better than the XS Max. While the iPhone XR packs in a smaller 2,943 mAh battery against the XR’s bigger 3,174 mAh unit. It also features a smaller display, and a lower resolution one, which makes powering the XR a less of a burden than the XS Max’s massive, high-resolution 6.4-inch display.
Standby times and Screen On times were fantastic for an iPhone
With that said, the XR easily delivers the best battery life you can get from any iPhone yet.
I managed to get a Screen on Time of about 8-9 hours, which is the best I have seen on an iPhone so far. After unplugging the device on a working day at 8.00 am, I did not feel the need to plug it back in overnight because there would often be enough juice left to power the phone until 11.00 am the next day. On a weekend, it was only after binge-watching Netflix shows and more than an hour of Asphalt did I manage to wear this road warrior down to 10 percent, meaning I needed to finally plug it in.
While the battery life is shockingly impressive for an iPhone, the charging speeds using the bundled 5 W charger was equally depressing. The bundled charger took a total of 3 hours and 25 minutes to charge the device from 0 to 100 percent, which is a shame when smart phones like the One Plus 6 can charge a bigger battery in a little over an hour!
Thankfully I did have a 12 W charger lying around, so this sped up the charging process to about 2 hours.
Verdict and price in India
For those of you who have also read through our XS Max review, you may have noted that scores aren’t too different from those of the XS. And that’s where the beauty of the iPhone XR lies!
It manages to do more with less, it manages to click more consistent Portrait shots than the XS and the XS Max with better edge detection. It’s even kind of mastered low light, although it’s nowhere close to the Pixel 3 XL’s machine learning smarts. The XR also delivers way better video quality than the Pixel 3 XL and stuff that is similar to the XS and XS Max.
If you are looking to upgrade from an older iPhone 6S, 7 or an 8, or even an 8 Plus, the XR at a starting price of Rs 76,900 is damn good deal in the world of iPhones and all things Apple. In the world of Android, there are options like the Pixel 3 or 3 XL, which are not exactly the best at everything, but click fantastic photos that are way better than what the iPhone is capable of (not the same case for videos).
The iPhone XR makes even more sense as an “affordable” new option for those iPhone owners who probably skipped the idea of upgrading to the XS this year simply because of its skyrocketing price tag (Rs 91,900) in India.
In short, it is the most sensible new iPhone to purchase this year because it manages to pull off so much with so little, and that in itself makes the XR a very special iPhone.
IPhone XR price in India
The MRP of XR 64 GB is 76,900 but after availing 17000 of discounted price will be Rs-59,900. And also 10% cash back for HDFC Credit Card.
The MRP of XR 128 GB is 81,900 but after availing 17000 of discounted price will be Rs-64,900. And also 10% cash back for HDFC Credit Card.
iPhone XR Review & Ratings
IPhone XR has the most attractive 6,630 reviews and ratings above millions because
IPhone XR features the most advanced LCD in a smart phone 6.1-inch Liquid Retina display with industry-leading color accuracy and an innovative backlight design that allows the screen to stretch into the corners. Six stunning new finishes. Advanced Face ID lets you securely unlock your iPhone, log in to apps, and pay with just a glance.
Top 15 features of iPhone XR.
- iPhone X Design
- New Liquid Retina LCD Display
- 6 New Colourful finishes
- Wireless Charging
- Water & Dust Resistance
- A12 Bionic Chip
- Face ID and TrueDepth Camera System
- Haptic Touch
- Smart HDR
- Portrait Mode on Single Camera
- Dual SIM
- Longer Battery Life
- Single-lens Portrait mode
- Symmetrical speaker ports
- Lightweight aluminium frame
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