As days have passed, we finally have a proper launch date of Apple’s upcoming iPhone 12 series. Yes, you heard it write the iPhone 12 launch is confirmed. Apple has officially sent out the invites for 13 October 2020 to reviewers and media. So seal the date and get ready to watch the live keynote event of Apple only on Apple’s website.
The launch invite says “Hi, Speed” which indicates a vague intention of showing their phones are equipped with 5G. Or Apple is just bragging about their new A14 Bionic chipset. This year Apple is launching 4 new iPhones including a mini iPhone 12 and a big iPhone 12 Pro max having 6.7 inches of display.
Apart from the iPhone 12 series, there are a bunch of other products that are launching as well. To start with, there are Airtags coming which when attached to anything, can be located using an iPhone. Then there are AirPods studio headphones with Active Noise Cancelation to take down the likes of ANC headphones from Sony and Bose.
A new Apple Tv is also expected to be launched with a better processor and a revamped remote control for better user friendly. Apart from this, we can expect Apple to launch a bunch of new Apple services to go with the newly launched products.
The launch will take place virtually just like other events happening around the world due to pandemic. But, Apple nailed their keynote last month while launching new iPads and Apple watch. We can expect something even better than that.
Besides that, Apple has always been focusing on perfect keynotes and launches; this won’t be an exception. Since the iPhone 12 launch is confirmed, you all must add a reminder to watch the event. Also, to know more about the latest iPhone 12 head to the link here.
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