Apple to launch iPhone 12 series on October 13 [Update 2020]

Apple to launch iPhone 12 series on October

Apple may launch its familiar iPhone 12 series on 13 October. The Senior Vice President of Apple internet software and services spoke in the UK about the new iPhone and its 5G features.

During the presentation, British Telecom EE Limited CEO Marc Allera told the staff that we are a few days out from Apple’s next launch of the 5G iPhone, which is a significant boost to the five districts. Preparations have been made during the year to promote it and become Apple’s number one partner in Europe.

It has been announced that the price of the Coming 5.4 Inch iPhone 12 will start at $649, while the 6.1 inches iPhone 12 will be priced at $749.

5.4 and 6.1 support iPhone 5G networks. Also, the dual camera configuration will be seen on the back panel of the handset. There will be a disparity in screen size between the two models. Both phones support the OLED display.

Rumors over the iPhone emerged last week that the iPhone 12 Pro will sport the 64 MegaPixel sensor and the Five X optical zoom sport, but the empty details have angered fans.

Sources say that Apple has no intentions to improve the resolution of its smartphone camera this year. Apart from that, the iPhone 13 will get a supported megapixel sensor instead of 64 mp next year. The front camera will now have 12 megapixels, including a 12 MP sensor to the iPhone 12 and iPhone Max main cameras.

Also, in the primary camera of the iPhone 12 pro and iPhone 12 pro-Max versions all versions will be fitted with a superpixel camera sensor for the iPhone lineup. Sensors would be massive, allowing the smartphone to take good pictures in low light conditions.