Yesterday Apple announced its 2019 iPhone and Watch Lineup - with all the devices but one with OLED displays. We'll start with the iPhone 11 Pro which uses a 5.8" notch-type 2436x1125 (458 PPI) AMOLED display and features Apple's latest A13 Bionic chip, 64/256/512GB of storage, a triple camera setup, HDR, FaceID - and is water and dust resistant.
The iPhone 11 Pro Max is quite similar, but it offers a bigger display - a 6.5" 2688x1242 AMOLED (same PPI - 458). Both phones will ship on September 20. The iPhone 11 Pro starts at $999 while the iPhone 11 Pro Max starts at $1,099.
Apple's 2019 entry-level iPhone 11 offers a 6.1" LCD, and starts at $699. It is reported that Apple will switch to an all-OLED lineup next year.
Apple also announced its latest smartwatch - the Watch Series 5 that features a 324x394 1000-nits always-on LTPO AMOLED display (368x448 on the 44m model), an S5 dual-core chipset, 32GB of storage, GPS, Cellular connectivity (optional), an optical heart sensor and electrical heart sensor. The Watch Series 5 will ship by the end of September 2019 starting at $399 (GPS only) or $499 (GPS + Cellular).