Apple's October iPhone event has wrapped up, so here's a rundown of all of the announcements.
Apple, as expected announced its brand new iPhone 12 lineup, featuring 5G, A14 processor, and an all-new design.
Firstly, the iPhone 12 mini, and iPhone 12. From Apple:
The 6.1-inch iPhone 12 will be available on October 23, with pre-orders beginning October 16,
iPhone 12 Mini will be available on November 13, pre-orders begin November 6. Prices start at $699 and $799 respectively.
iPhone 12 Pro
Apple also announced the iPhone 12 Pro, the more powerful version of its new smartphone. It features many of the same specs as the iPhone 12 including, 5G and the A14 processor, but there are also some big standout features including Apple ProRAW technology, a new expansive UltraWide camera, and more. It comes in four stainless steel finishes, graphite, silver, gold, and pacific blue.
Apple's iPhone 12 Pro starts at $999, and the Pro Max is $1,099. Like the iPhone 12, the Pro will be available from October 23, with pre-orders on October 16. iPhone 12 Pro Max will debut on November 13, with pre-orders on November 6.
All of Apple's iPhone 12 lineup will ship without charger bricks or headphones in the box
Apple also announced its brand new smart speaker. HomePod mini. From Apple:
The HomePod mini will be available on November 6, with shipping on November 16 in the following countries:
Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Spain, the UK, and the US
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