- Apple’s newest smartphone boasts across-the-board improvements, with special attention paid to 5G capacity, processing power and the camera
- Prices range from $700 to $1,100, with preorders starting Friday and reaching full availability in September
- Apple has partnered with Verizon to build a nation-wide 5G network, although some remain skeptical they can deliver on promises due to the U.S.’s lagging infrastructure
Apple has announced the iPhone 12, complete with 5G networking, more processing power, enhanced durability and better cameras. Apple also announced its new Homepod mini speaker, the newest addition to its line of home integration products.
A partnership with Verizon will enable the new model’s 5G connectivity as Verizon unveils its nationwide 5G network.
The iPhone 12 mini will start at $700, with the standard model starting at $800. The pro version will begin at $1,000, with the pro max starting at $1,100.
Preorders begin Friday for the