Apple enters 5G era with 4 iPhone 12 series smartphones

Joanna Estrada
Ноября 28, 2020

iPhone 12 Pro Max smartphone was launched on 13th October 2020. It has already announced that the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro will be made available on sale starting October 30.

According to Munster and Stokman from Loup Ventures, "We imagine the variety of iPhones which are three years or older has elevated by 90 million items over the previous year, which supplies a tailwind for iPhone demand within the coming year".

iPhone 12 mini price is priced at Rs. 69,900 for the 64GB storage variant, while its 128GB storage model will be worth Rs. 74,900. The website states that the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro will be made available for pre-ordering starting October 26.

In addition, iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max will be pre-ordered at 9pm on November 6th and will be available on November 13th.

Apple demonstrated Dolby Vision on the iPhone 12 Pro during its event this week with a video shot by Academy Award winning cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki, and it has since shared behind-the-scenes footage of the video on YouTube. For example, the iPhone 12 Pro without SIM/Navy/128GB version is expected to be delivered from November 6 to November 13th. All of these are powered by the company's new A14 Bionic chipset, which it claims is the fastest mobile chip now available in the market.

The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini feature a 12MP+12MP dual camera setup on the back.

Pushing the limits of machine learning (ML), A14 Bionic features a 16-core Neural Engine - for an 80 per cent increase in performance - that is capable of completing 11 trillion operations per second, enabling improved performance on even the most intense ML models. The announcement amazed many and enraged many more Iphone enthusiasts.

Models in the U.S. support millimeter wave, the higher frequency version of 5G, allowing iPhone 12 to reach speeds up to 4Gbps, even in densely populated areas.

"The arrival of 5G marks the beginning of a new era for iPhone", said Greg Joswiak, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide marketing.

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