The 2020 Apple’s iPhone lineup’s launch is imminent. Leaks are coming out wildly from everywhere. And in the wild, we also got to know that there’s an iPhone 12 Mini as well. This year Apple is planning to launch four iPhone models in the latest iteration of its iPhone lineup. Some leaks say that the iPhone 12 Mini launch could take place in October only. At the same time, the iPhone 12 Pro models are launching in November.
As per the report, the smallest iPhone 12 Mini will be having a 5.4 inch of the display while sharing the same A14 bionic processor from the lineup. To give you a rough idea the iPhone 11 Pro has 5.8 inches of the display while the iPhone SE 2020 has 4.7 inches of display. The iPhone 12 Mini would be the entry-level of the 12 series iPhones from this year.
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It will be launching alongside the iPhone 12, which happens to have 6.1 inches of display. Some reports suggest that Apple will be using OLED panels across the lineup this year. Other than that, the Pro models of this year will be equipped with 5G modem and antennas, while there are no real news about the iPhone 12 and 12 Mini, whether they will be 5G or not.
Apple hasn’t scheduled any keynote event as of now, but we can expect the iPhone 12 Mini launch event to happen somewhere in the second week of October. It is said that this year Apple won’t be giving chargers inside the box of iPhones because apparently apple wants to be environment friendly. To prove it Apple has already dropped the charging bricks from the box of recently launched Apple Watch 6.
The iPhone 12 could launch somewhere between 699$ to 749$, and the Pro models could go above 999$, considering it is equipped with 5G. This year Apple is also changing its design of the phones. Apple is ditching the curved edges of the phone for a box-like structure.
Few reports suggest Apple might return Touch ID with the latest iPhones. However, it won’t be an in-display fingerprint scanner but a side-mounted power button fingerprint scanner. Similar to what we saw earlier in the iPad Air 4.
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