“The beginning of a new era for iPhone: 5G” said Tim Cook at the Apple Event.
For the very first time, iPhones are going to come with 5G support. As far as the rumours are concerned, all the iPhone models launching today — could be around four of them — will come with 5G support. Apple has partnered with Verizon to bring 5G iPhones for the very first time.
The iPhone 12 Mini offers everything iPhone 12 delivers has a smaller 5.7inches Super Retina XDR Display. It comes in five colors and packs the latest Bionic A15, iOS 14, and more. Apple’s new iPhones won’t ship with earbuds or chargers.
Apple has just announced MagSafe for iPhone, which promises to improve the wireless charging experience on the iPhone 12, but this technique works only for the all new iPhone 12.
iPhone 12 comes with 12MP ultra-wide camera + 12MP wide-angle lens. The camera of the iPhone 12 will be able to click stunning pictures in low light as well, Apple claims. The company has improved the Night mode as well. Night mode now comes in both front and rear cameras across all iPhone 12 models.
The iPhone 12 is powered by A14 Bionic, which is much faster than the A13 that runs the iPhone 11 lineup. The same chip powers all the models in the new lineup and offers 60% fast graphics than the previous generation chip. Apple is highlighting the ‘incredible’ gaming performance that the all-new iPhone 12 can offer.
Apple further announces two new iPhone 12 models, including iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. The Pro model comes with a 6.5 inches screen while the Pro Max comes with a 6.7 inches Retina display. Both the iPhones are powered by the A14 Bionic chipset that also powers the cheaper iPhones. The iPhone 12 Pro comes with a 12MP ultrawide 12 wide-angle lens 12 telephoto lens. Both these iPhones come with a deep fusion camera feature. Notably, iPhone 12 Pro Max comes with a new camera system with more ‘pro-level’ features than the iPhone 12 Pro cameras.
Furthermore, HDR video recording is coming to iPhones for the first time ever. iPhone 12 Pro will record videos in Dolby Vision HDR too and edit in the Photos app itself. The Pro models come with a LiDar scanner that will offer ‘an instant AR experience’. It’s also used to focus on objects for photography in low-light conditions.
Preorder begins on Friday- October 16th.