Apple has unveiled its delayed iPhone 12 line smartphones in a range of sizes with a new design and 5G connectivity.
Launched as part of an online-only event that was pushed back more than a month due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, the new iPhones show some major changes to Apple’s smartphones since the iPhone X 2017. .
Four new devices, the iPhone 4 and 5 from 2013, and the new iPad Pro and Airline with design key, square metal sides and flattering profiles. All new iPhones include Apple’s latest A14 Bionic processor, which was recently launched in September with the iPad Air. They all have Apple’s Face ID recognition system for unlocking smartphones and will support 5G for the first time.
No new iPhone will send a carbon footprint with headphones or a power adapter as a way to reduce it, but will keep a lighting cable from a USB-C in the box and support faster wireless charging.
The new iPhones also feature Apple’s new MagSafe system, which magnetically attaches devices to the rear of the phone, including a new MagSafe Wireless Charging Puck.
The mid-range model is called the iPhone 12 and is a direct replacement for Apple’s most popular phone, the iPhone 11, from last year. It has a new and improved 6.1in OLED screen that replaces the old LCD technology.
The iPhone 12 has a new 12-megapixel dual camera system on the rear, with Face ID to TrueDepath selfie camera on the front, all of which can now use Apple’s Night mode for low-light photos. The body of the phone is aluminum like its predecessor, while the rear is glass.
The phone is 11% thinner than the previous model and features new ceramic shield screen glass technology, which is four times more effective than the previous display glass drop for less scratched screens.
The iPhone 12 will be priced from 7 99,799 in the UK or 7 99,799 in the US and will be available from October 23.
IPhone 12 Mini
The smallest of the new Apple smartphones is the new iPhone 12 Mini, which has a 5.4in screen, making the phone slightly smaller than the current iPhone SE but filling the entire front of the device with a larger display.
It has the same dual camera on the back and aluminum body design, which includes ceramic shielded glass.
The iPhone 12 Mini will be priced from 6 9699 in the UK or 6 9699 in the US and will be in stores on November 13.
IPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max
The smaller high-end iPhone is called the iPhone 12 Pro and has the same 6.1in OLED screen as the iPhone 12 – which is larger than the 5.8in screen of the iPhone 11 Pro from 2019.
The largest smartphone ever made by Apple will now be the new iPhone 12 Pro Max, which has a 6.7in OLED screen – 0.2in larger in size than the previous iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Finally, both iPhone 12 Pro models have improved triple-camera systems on the back with common and newer telephoto lenses, as well as a leader-based depth-sensor scanner that can measure the distance of objects up to meters and Helps in autofocus. Similar technology was launched on the iPad Pro in March and is designed for real-world experience.
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The iPhone 12 Pro will be priced from 9 999 in the UK or 9 999 in the US and will be available from October 23. The iPhone 12 Pro Max will be priced at 1, 1,099 in the UK or 0 1,099 in the US but will not be available until November 13.
The launch of the 5G-enabled iPhones is expected to mark a turning point in the rollout of fifth-generation mobile networks, as well as the first 4G-enabled iPhones to embrace the technology in 2012. Was encouraging.
“If anyone can start demanding consumer 5G, Apple can,” said Paolo Pescator, an analyst at PP Foresight.
With the new iPhone, Apple has launched a new, smaller version of its HomePod Smart Speaker, powered by the Siri Smart Wizard, which it hopes will help it compete better with the impressive smart speakers from Google and Amazon.
The original homepod looked great, but was let loose by Siri’s limited capabilities and Apple’s own restrictions on music services.
The new HomePod Mini has the same S5 processor as the Apple Watch Series 5 to control playback, and the sound produced by the speaker’s single da-no-firing driver and two passive radiators. The new speaker also recognizes the proximity of nearby iPhones equipped with Apple’s U1 chip, and Siri can now differentiate between different people with its voice print.
The HomePod Mini will be priced at £ 99 in the UK and $ 99 in the US, and will ship on November 16.