The release date, variants and storage configuration of the iPhone 12 have been shared by known tips on Twitter. The upcoming iPhone model is expected to be launched at an event on October 13. Interestingly, the seducer mentioned the iPhone 12 mini in the post, claiming that it was the ultimate marketing name. Last week, the first exposure of the “mini” nickname was provided by another prompter, who did not reveal more details at the time. A few days ago, another reminder mentioned it again.
The famous salesman Jon Prosser (Jon Prosser) released the latest developments on Twitter, he claimed that “absolutely the ultimate marketing name” iPhone 12 mini will provide 64GB, 128GB and 256GB storage options. After several leaks in the past, the “mini” nickname was once again used to refer to the smallest iPhone 12 variant. Twitter user @L0vetodream first mentioned this issue last week. A few days later, the leaked image showed the so-called sticker on the unreleased silicone iPhone case, again referring to the iPhone 12 mini.
Apple’s first final iPhone 12 devices will be shipped to distributors on October 5th
The goods include:
iPhone 12 mini 5.4
(Definitely the final marketing name)
iPhone 12 6.1
As I mentioned before, the event was held on October 13th.
-Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) September 29, 2020
In addition, Prosser claims that the iPhone 12 will use the same three storage configurations. The prompter added that storage options for the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max will start at 128GB.
Prosser added that Apple will hold an event on October 13, and it will release a new iPhone 12 model.Older tweet, The reminder said that pre-orders for these phones will begin on October 16, and these phones will arrive in stores on October 23.
As of now, Apple has not shared event dates or details on the iPhone 12 models, so this information should be handled carefully.
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