Almost every detail about the iPhone 12 may have just leaked before Apple's big event
Apple's iPhone 11 series. Hollis Johnson / Business Insider
A leaker known as Kang recently released a number of details regarding the price, release date, camera specifications, colors, and other details of the iPhone 12 range.
Kang is said to have a strong track record of accurately reporting Apple products.
Apple is holding an event on Tuesday to showcase the iPhone 12 lineup and possibly other devices.
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Apple's big Tuesday event is just around the corner, but you may not have to wait to learn important details about the iPhone 12 lineup.
A leaker known by the name of Kang recently released a number of details about Apple's next iPhones, from prices to launch dates, camera specs, and more.
Kang is said to have a strong track record of Apple leaks. AppleTrack, a website that tracks Apple rumors and rates leaks and analysts for accuracy, gave Kang an accuracy rate of 97.8%. Earlier this year, the leaker correctly predicted that the iPhone SE would hit the market on April 15 for $ 399, and accurately leaked the colors of Apple's new iPad Air ahead of the company's September 15 event.
Kang's new posts on the iPhone 12 lineup reflect many of the details we heard from Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, and others. The leak suggests that the iPhone 12 will come in four flavors - a 5.4-inch model, two 6.1-inch models, and a 6.7-inch version - all of which support 5G connectivity should.
Apple did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment.
Prices and colors
The 5.4-inch iPhone 12 will start at $ 699 and come in black, white, red, blue, and green colors, Kang said. That would make it the same price as the iPhone 11.
The 6.1-inch iPhone 12 is set to start at $ 799 and come in the same colors.
The iPhone 12 Pro could start at $ 999 and come in gold, silver, graphite, and blue, Kang said. This also suggests that Apple would keep prices at the same level as the iPhone 11 Pro.
The 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max, like the iPhone 11 Pro Max, could cost $ 1,099 and come in the same colors as the regular Pro.
Kang predicted that the two 6.1-inch phones would be the first to be pre-ordered on October 16 or 17 and go on sale on October 23 or 24.
The so-called iPhone 12 mini could be the next, with a pre-sale date on November 6th or 7th and a launch date on November 13th or 14th.
The last would be the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max, which could be pre-ordered on November 13th or 14th and officially launched on November 20th or 21st.
Kang also reported that the iPhone 12 mini and 6.1-inch iPhone 12 would come with dual camera settings, while the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max would have triple cameras. Both Pro models should be equipped with a lidar sensor to achieve better performance in augmented reality apps.
Apple is said to make its iPhone 12 series more durable with a ceramic front cover to make the devices more drop-proof.
Kuo has stated and Kang has said that the iPhone 12 family does not come with Apple's wired headphones in the box.
Apple may also launch new accessories for wireless charging of the new iPhones under the name MagSafe, the magnetic power adapter used for Mac computers. Apple previously filed a patent application for a new version of its MagSafe charging system.
In addition to the four new iPhones, Kang predicted that Apple would unveil a $ 99 miniature HomePod speaker at the event and launch it on November 16 or 17.
The iPhone 12 is expected to be a major launch for Apple, a redesign of the iPhone and its first smartphones with 5G support. Wedbush Securities analyst Daniel Ives has described the launch as "once a decade" for Apple and estimated that 350 million active iPhones around the world could be due to be upgraded.
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