iPhone 12 Mini will not support 5G

Apple will soon unveil its first 5G smartphones. All four models of the iPhone 12 family were expected to receive support for fifth-generation networks, but now new information has appeared on the network.

Wall Street analysts shared their predictions about the iPhone. So, DA Davidson analyst Tom Forte believes that the younger smartphone will not receive 5G. According to recent reports, it will be called the iPhone 12 Mini. This is at odds with most other reports that suggest Apple will release an LTE-only model early next year. Although one of the Rosenblatt analysts previously said that Apple will introduce 6 new models in the fall, and two will be without 5G.

If these predictions are confirmed, fans of “apple” products will not come cheap with a 5G smartphone. The iPhone 12 is expected to cost around $ 1,000. At the same time, its closest competitors – Pixel 5, OnePlus 8T and Samsung Galaxy S20 FE – will be much cheaper.

As for the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, they are predicted to cost between $1100 and $1300. Most likely, due to 5G and OLED displays, a rise in price cannot be avoided.

Recall that there is no official date for the presentation of the iPhone 12 yet, but sources call the date October 13.

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