Apple's smallest iPhone with 5.Four inch display could also be referred to as iPhone 12 Mini

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Apple is predicted to launch 4 new iPhones subsequent month and a new report has claimed that one model with a 5.4-inch display could also be referred to as the iPhone 12 Mini.

 

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According to a photograph depicting alleged stickers from unreleased Silicone iPhone cases originating from Apple’s worldwide distribution centre in Ireland, one of many iPhone is prone to be referred to as iPhone 12 Mini.

The photograph reveals three anticipated sizes of iPhone 12, with the 5.4-inch model being the “iPhone 12 mini,” the 6.7-inch model being the “iPhone 12 Pro Max,” and the 2 6.1-inch models being the “iPhone 12 / iPhone 12 Pro,” experiences MacRumors.

According to the report, the iPhone 12 mini can be the primary iPhone with the “mini” moniker, which has been seen on the iPad mini, Mac mini, and iPod mini.

At 5.4-inches, the iPhone 12 mini can be smaller than the iPhone 11 Pro, which is a 5.8-inch gadget.

The Cupertino-based tech large is reportedly gearing as much as maintain a particular occasion on October 13 to launch the much-awaited iPhone 12 sequence.

All 4 iPhone models are anticipated to function OLED shows and 5G help.

The upcoming iPhone 12 may value someplace between $699 to $749 whereas the iPhone 12 Max may very well be priced round $799-849.

The Pro and Pro Max models are anticipated to be priced between $1,100 to $1,200.

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