Apple on Tuesday has unveiled its delayed iPhone 12 line of smartphones in a range of sizes with new designs and 5G connectivity.
The iPhone 12 is one of four models unveiled today the line up also included iPhone 12 Pro, the iPhone 12 Pro Max and a new, smaller, iPhone 12 mini.
The new model will go on sale for $799, and the smaller iPhone 12 mini starts at $699. While, iPhone 12 Pro Max, Apple’s biggest ever smartphone at 6.7 inches, will start at $1099.
The latest iPhone 12 will be available to order starting from Friday, October 16.
All of the new iPhones also have Apple’s latest A14 Bionic processor, as well as Apple’s Face ID recognition system for unlocking the smartphones and for the first time will support 5G.
As being reported, none of the new iPhones will be shiped with headphones or a power adapter, as an initiative towrds reducing the carbon footprint, but will include a USB-C to Lightning cable in the box and will support faster wireless charging.
Furthermore, the new iPhones also have Apple’s new MagSafe system, which magnetically attaches accessories to the back of the phone, including a new MagSafe wireless charging puck.