Late last week the iPhone 12 family of devices was given release dates and pricing. The release date was confirmed by Vodacom way before the folks at Core (the authorised distributor of Apple products in Southern Africa). Before you drop in and take a peek at the iPhone 12 in all its iterations, you’ll want to take note of the 5G data connectivity and the pricing therein. Make certain you’ve got a handle on which device connects to which network, and which sort of 5G you’ve got working on your smartphone – with the pricing to match.
The first two iPhone 12 devices revealed today where the iPhone 12 and the iPhone 12 mini. The larger of the two devices is priced starting at R18 999 (64GB). The iPhone 12 mini has a starting price of R15 999 (64GB).
In case you forgot, both devices come in new colours – black, white, red, a new green, blue, and 5G. Both devices have Super Retina XDR displays, both work with the new MagSafe charging system. Both devices have Face ID, the ability to record videos at 4K and 60 fps, and both have IP68 water and dust resistance. The larger of the devices has a 6.1-inch display, the smaller has a 5.4-inch display.
Then there’s the larger pair of iPhone devices, with more impressive cameras and features aplenty. iPhone 12 Pro will be released in two iterations, one iPhone 12 Pro, one iPhone Pro Max. The iPhone 12 Pro will be released for a R23 499 starting price (128GB), while the iPhone 12 Pro Max price is R25 999 (128GB).
Apple announced the release of these devices on October 13, 2020. iPhone 12 is already available for pre-order. That includes the iPhone 12 and the iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max and the iPhone 12 mini and they’ll all be released on 18 December 2020. Talk about last minute Christmas shopping.
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