At Apple’s event today, the company has taken the wraps off their brand new iPhone 12 lineup. It seems that the rumors were right because Apple has indeed announced four new models in the iPhone 12 series, which includes the iPhone 12 mini, the iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Pro, and last but not least, the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
It has been rumored that Apple is expected to not bundle accessories with its iPhone 12 like the EarPods and the power adapter. However, a tweet by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has revealed that this will not only apply to the iPhone 12, but it is also expected to be applied to Apple’s already available iPhones.
It is almost safe to assume that the iPhone 12 this year will not come with a 120Hz display. It is rather disappointing given that many other Android phones are starting to use 90Hz displays or higher, so it is strange that Apple is choosing not to include the technology given how popular it is.
According to a leak from last month, it was suggested that Apple could be looking to introduce a new wireless charging accessory for the iPhone. However, it will not necessarily come in the form of the AirPower charging mat we saw before. Instead, it will be a circular device that attaches to the iPhone magnetically on the back.
While we’re sure that many of you would love to see the notch go away on the iPhone, recent reports have suggested that this will not be happening until 2022 at the earliest, or so the rumors claim. However, Apple is making some changes that will make the notch smaller on the iPhone 12.
So far based on what we’ve seen in the past couple of iPhone generations, is that Apple’s cheapest iPhone model, the iPhone XR and iPhone 11 have proven to be pretty successful and have outsold their more expensive siblings. However, is it safe to assume that this could be true for this year’s models as well?
According to the rumors from July, details about the iPhone 12’s batteries were leaked and they did not look particularly promising. It was a bit worrying considering that Apple had made some significant improvements with the iPhone 11, so it was slightly concerning that it seemed that they would be going backwards with the iPhone 12.
Apple has confirmed that they will be hosting an event on the 13th of October where presumably the iPhone 12 lineup will be announced. However, it seems that if you were hoping to get your hands on the newer iPhones, depending on the model you’re choosing, you might have to wait until November.
Ever since Apple introduced USB-C to their MacBook laptops, they pretty much ditched the MagSafe chargers, much to the dismay of many a MacBook owner. However, it appears that the company could be looking to bring back the MagSafe branding, but unfortunately it might not be in the way many are hoping for.
Apple’s iPhone 12 lineup will be announced next week. We don’t know how much the phones will be priced, but given that Apple has been steadily increasing the prices of its iPhones over the years, there are some who might be a bit concerned that this year’s models could be expensive as well.
Apple’s iPhone 12 has yet to be released or announced even, but we already know how well it could perform. This is thanks to Apple introducing the A14 chipset in the iPad Air which is also expected to find its way into the company’s iPhone 12 lineup. Assuming the benchmarks are accurate, here’s what we can expect.
According to the rumors, it was suggested that come 2021, the iPhone 13 could see Apple ditch the notch for good. Unfortunately, that may no longer be the case. In a tweet by Ice Universe (who has proven to be pretty reliable in the past), Apple is still expected to continue using the notched design for its 2021 iPhones.
According to the rumors, Apple is said to be working on a new accessory called the AirTags. For those unfamiliar, this is basically a tracking accessory similar to the Tile tracking accessory where users can put them in bags, wallets, hang off their keychains, and more. Apple has yet to officially announce anything, but could they be hinting at it?
The rumors have been suggesting that Apple could hold an event next week where they will announce their new iPhones. It turns out the rumors were right because Apple has since sent out invites to an event that they will be hosting on the 13th of October which they have titled, “Hi, Speed”.