Here's all you need to know about Apple's latest iPhone 12 series

Apple recently launched its new series iPhone12 phones as a part of its  2020 generation. The company has also unveiled a compact smart speaker called the HomePod mini.

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Tech giant Apple recently launched its new series iphone12 phones as a part of its  2020 generation. The latest series will instantly remind of the classic iPhone 4 which had flat edge design. Both iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini is equipped with 5G technology and are packed with A14 Bionic.

The iPhone 12 has a 6.1-inch screen while the iPhone 12 mini sports a 5.4-inch display. Both the smartphones feature the new design with Ceramic Shield, a pro camera system and support MagSafe’s wireless charging.

The Apple handsets will be available in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB models in graphite, silver, gold, and pacific blue. The devices will be available in India from October 30. The price of the mini version will be Rs 69,900 while the taller iPhone12 has been priced at Rs 79,900. The premium sets of iPhone 12 Pro priced at Rs 1,19,900 while Max will be Rs 1,29,900.


The company has also unveiled a compact smart speaker called the HomePod mini. The speaker is shaped like a globe and is about 3.3 inches tall. It is integrated with smart assistant Siri and comes with built-in privacy features. Apple has also thrown in a new Intercom feature on the smart device. It is available in two colours- space grey and white for costs Rs 9,900 in India. 

The new smart speakers called HomePod mini is a compact version of Apple’s HomePod. This one is shaped like a globe and is about 3.3 inches tall. Like the original speaker, the HomePod Mini is combined with smart assistant Siri and comes with built-in privacy and safety features.
The company has introduced a new Intercom feature on the device which allows one user to send an Intercom message from one HomePod to another.  

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