Apple announces iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, and iPhone 12 Pro
The iPhone 12 rumor mill has finally been shut down and Apple has finally announced the expected new model. Not surprisingly, 5G is a big ticket feature this time around. Despite the beautiful curved edges that have been popularized in the iPhone 6, the return is the angular, block-y style of the iPhone 5.
The result is still the most attractive iPhone. It’s a slightly smaller device than last year’s iPhone 11, thanks to slightly smaller bezels. It’s still not as bezel-less as the latest Samsung devices and still has a massive camera and speaker positioning at the top. Next year will always be there, right?
Other new features include more resistance to scratches and cracks, which Apple calls a “ceramic shield”, and the Super Retina XDR display, first seen on the iPhone 11 Pro in 2019, gives a basic look. This year. As we write this, Apple is still talking about 5G support.
Apple also unveiled the new A14 bionic chip, which is not surprising. Apple removed a lot of technical talk about why it was so fast, but we didn’t understand much of it. What you really need to know is that it is about 50% faster than the nearest competitors and supports 50% better graphic performance.
The iPhone 12 Mini has also been announced, and as the name implies, the iPhone 6 හැක shrinks from the iPhone 12 down to a 5 5 format. Other than that, it’s a phone similar to the basic model.
Finally, as a surprise to anyone, Apple has announced the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. Like last year’s models, these are primarily focused on providing a powerful set of cameras. The Pro model also includes a new telephoto lens, which is a bit beastly.
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If you’re interested in iOS games like us, be sure to check out the list of all available Apple Arcade games. We also reviewed The Survivalists, the latest addition to Apple Arcade.
If you’re a little more service anost, we also have a list of the best iOS games for you to check out. We hope you enjoy the festival!
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