If you are an Apple fan or someone who is waiting for the new iPhones to be launched, you must be waiting for the day when Apple announces its new phones. Last month, we knew that Apple was not going to launch the iPhones and unveiled their iPad and the Apple Watch series lineup only. However, the next event from Apple has been announced and it will be held of October 13. This event will definitely be the launch of the latest iPhones which is the iPhone 12 series.
And we already know that the iPhone 12 series will come with four new phones which are the iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. It is also worth noting that this year’s iPhones will all come with 5G support and start at $649 while going all the way up to $1099 for the base storage variant. However, the disappointing report about iPhone 12 series is that none of them will have 120Hz display. The phones will definitely be the fastest Apple has ever produced because of the presence of A14 Bionic chips inside all of them.
Talking about the other products that will be launched at the October 13 event, we are definitely expecting to see new AirTags which is a product that is simple yet effective in the way it works. AirTags is a product which helps users locate their products once the tag has been attached on it similar to what NFC-enabled tags are.
Apart from that, Apple is also expected to launch their new HomePods which are smart speakers from the company enabled with Siri. Along with them, we will see AirPods Studio and possibly the cheaper variant of AirPods which might be called the AirPods Lite. The AirPods Studio is something that everyone is waiting for because it will be the first time Apple is making premium headphones under their own brand rather than a Beats sub-brand.
It is also interesting to see how the other products from Apple are priced while we do expect the AirPods Studio to be priced at $350 while the AirPods Lite will come cheaper than the AirPods 2.
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