Apple releases its iPhone 12 lineup of flagship phones for 2020 in early October. There are four versions on their way to the stores, and each one is packed with 5G connectivity, the next-generation A14 Bionic chipset, and more high-end features.
The initial claim was that the lineup is distributed as the standard iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Max, the iPhone 12 Pro, and the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The leaker known as “L0vetodream” comes to contradict the idea a bit.
iPhone 12 mini instead of the standard iPhone 12
The tweet posted by L0vetodream claims that the upcoming iPhone 12 lineup will be named “iPhone 12 mini,” “iPhone 12,” “iPhone 12 Pro,” and “iPhone 12 Pro Max.”
12 Pro Max
— 有没有搞措 (@L0vetodream) September 21, 2020
According to a new leak belonging to a reliable tipster named Jon Prosser, precious info is revealed to us about iPhone 12 Pro Max. The man claims that the upcoming gadget will be featuring a powerful refresh rate of 120Hz, LiDAR-supported autofocus for the cameras , a slimmed-down notch, and last but not least: 4K video recording in 240fps. Not to mention that the display is huge, as it measures 6.7 inches.
The leaker even made a whole video where he explains what iPhone 12 is made of:
Apple usually launches its annual flagships in September, but it won’t be the case when it comes to the iPhone 12 lineup. The reason for the delay is the one that you’ve already guessed: the ongoing pandemic that’s the most widespread in the US, the home country of Apple.
Just like in the traditional way of iPhones, Apple’s flagship phone for 2020 won’t be cheap at all. iPhone 12 is announced to cost more than its predecessor iPhone 11. A reliable tipster shared on a Chinese micro-blogging website that iPhone 12 will have a starting price of $749.
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