Last week, Apple dropped new products including the much anticipated iPhone 12, its first 5G iPhone.
To avoid FOMO, here’s a recap:
📱iPhone 12 & iPhone 12 Mini were part of the big reveal yesterday. The new phones are thinner and smaller than previous models, flaunting an ultra-protective ceramic glass screen. The size isn’t a problem for its 5G speed or fastest smartphone chip. The iPhone 12 is going for $799, while its mini counterpart starts at $699.
📲iPhone 12 Pro & iPhone 12 Pro Max shares similar features to the iPhone 12, but offers a new playground for photography. They are the first mobile cameras to record and edit Dolby Vision HDR videos, accompanied by LiDAR technology (the stuff NASA uses) for AR experiences.
The lenses on both phones will surely make for some Instagram-worthy shots. The iPhone 12 Pro will start at $999 whereas its fancier counterpart the iPhone 12 Pro Max will start at $1099.
🔉HomePod mini is 360 degrees of crisp and connected sound. At just 3.3 inches tall, you’ll get an intelligent assistant that acts as a speaker for your music or Apple TV, an office or home coordinator for your daily tasks, and an intercom for your house. Gift yourself this mini multitasker for $99.
The battle of the 5G phone is heating up just in time for the holidays, as Google released its contender the Pixel 5 just two weeks ago. Are you team Android or iPhone? Cast your vote for your pick.
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