All four versions of the iPhone 12 lineup are arriving in stores in October, a month later than the usual release time for Apple’s flagships. iPhone 12 will become available in the standard, Max, Pro, and Pro Max variants. They will all be featuring 5G connectivity, which is the latest necessary trend in technology.
The A14 Bionic chipset is another one of the upcoming phone’s highlights, considering that we’re talking about the next-generation and fastest processor created by Apple. Although iPhone 11 is arguably the best smartphone created by the Cupertino-based company, the fans still want more from a flagship in areas such as RAM, battery capacity, cameras, and so on.
Magnetic wireless charger for iPhone 12
There’s a strong hint that Apple has another wireless charger in the works. 9to5Mac has received a video that purports to show a prototype for a wireless charger claimed to be designed specifically for the upcoming iPhone 12 lineup.
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9to5Mac also says that the charger may be a development unit designed for third-party manufacturers to make their own charging devices. Only time will tell for sure, says an old and wise proverb.
As for the 5G connectivity, things are not so simple as they seem to be. A report reveals that only the iPhone 12 Pro Max variant will get to benefit from the mmWave 5G. This is due to the fact that only the largest iPhone 12 variant has the demanded space and battery size in order to support the special antenna design, as well as the larger power draw.
According to a recent leak made by a reliable tipster on a Chinese micro-blogging website, iPhone 12 will have a starting price of $749. This means that the upcoming gadget will be more expensive than its predecessor iPhone 11, and it’s totally reasonable considering only the presence of the 5G connectivity.