Apple seems highly motivated to bring iPhone 12 to the stores soon, and we already knew that it will arguably be better than its predecessor iPhone 11 launched last year. The iPhone 12 lineup will become available in several versions, and the Pro Max version will be the most impressive – video recording in 4K, dust/water resistance, and more.
The main highlight of the iPhone 12 lineup remains the next-generation processor A14 Bionic created by Apple. But the good news is far from over, as Mr. White comes to reveal new exciting stuff on Twitter, and he has a decent track record when it comes to reliable leaks.
A14 RAM pic.twitter.com/UttGtfRRX8
— Mr·white (@laobaiTD) July 27, 2020
If we consider the previous leaks, the standard iPhone 12 and the iPhone 12 Max are packing 4GB of RAM. As for the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, they are both equipped with 6GB of RAM.
All the versions of iPhone 12 will be equipped with 5G modems that will support both the sub-6GHz network of T-Mobile and Verizon’s mmWave.
The prices for the upcoming iPhone 12 lineup are still pretty reasonable, and we can conclude so from a report issued recently:
- iPhone 12 of 5.4-inch: $649
- iPhone 12 of 6.1-inch : $749
- iPhone 12 Pro of 6.1-inch : $999
- iPhone 12 Pro Max of 6.7-inch: $1,099
iPhone 12 is clearly a flagship, which automatically means that it will be better than most smartphones already available on the market. But with the 5G connectivity, the upcoming iPhone will enter the hall of fame of the 2020 standards regarding smartphones. 5G will greatly improve internet speeds, and live streaming getting interrupted multiple times per view shall be gone for good.
If everything goes according to the plan, Apple will bring iPhone 12 to the stores in September. Hopefully, the ongoing pandemic won’t cause any more delays considering that it’s even on the rise in the States.
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