The popular leaker Kang leaked some details about the new iPhone 12 series just days before its official presentation on October 13. He confirmed some previously leaked information but adds some info on pricing and availability of future 5G smartphones.
According to him, there will be four distinct models, each with a Super Retina XDR display and Dolby Vision HDR support, in addition to 5G compatibility. The iPhone 12 and 12 Pro would be launched first in October, followed by the iPhone 12 Mini in November and then the iPhone 12 Pro Max at the end of November. The iPhone 12 will not include the charger and headphones in the box, but Apple will announce new MagSafe chargers with magnetic mounts and wireless charging at the event.
A quick summary of the coming iPhone releases from Kang:
▶ iPhone 12 Mini(5.4-inch): 64 or 256 GB of internal storage, dual photo sensor, $699 starting price, pre-orders start on November 6 or 7, launch on November 13 or 14.
▶ iPhone 12 (6.1-inch): 64 or 256 GB internal storage, dual photo sensor, $799 starting price, pre-orders start on October 16 or 17, launch on October 23 or 24
▶ iPhone 12 Pro (6.1-inch): 128 or 512 GB internal storage, triple photo sensor with x4 optical zoom and LiDAR sensor, $999 starting price, pre-orders start on October 16 or 17, launch on October 23 or 24
▶ iPhone 12 Pro Max (6.7-inch): 128 or 512 GB of internal storage, triple photo sensor with x5 optical zoom and LiDAR sensor, $1099 starting price, pre-orders start on November 13 or 14, launch on November 20 or 21.
There will also be a HomePod Mini priced at $ 99. It would ship an Apple S5 processor and would be marketed around mid-November. Another leaker, Jon Prosser, reports that, on the other hand, the Apple AirTag tracker will be postponed to spring 2021.