All four iPhone 12 models have leaked ahead of Apple’s event

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Looking forward to the iPhone 12 announcement today? You don’t have to wait for Apple’s event to see what the new iPhones look like.

The entire iPhone 12 lineup has leaked out just hours before Apple’s event begins. The official-looking renders come from reliable leaker Evan Blass and they show off all of the color options for the iPhone 12 mini (above), iPhone 12 (below), iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max.

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The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini look like they’ll be sharing the same five color options, which are blue, green, red, white, and black. They’ll have dual rear camera setups, just like the iPhone 11 before them, plus iPad Pro-style flat sides and a notch.

Rumors have said that the iPhone 12 mini will have a 5.4-inch OLED display and the iPhone 12 will come with a 6.1-inch OLED screen. Both models are expected to have 5G connectivity.

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And then there’s the iPhone 12 Pro (above) and iPhone 12 Pro Max (below). The leaked images show that these two models will share color options, too, which include a blue color to replace the green of the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max. The other colors include gold, graphite, and silver.

It’s expected that the iPhone 12 Pro will have a 6.1-inch screen while the iPhone 12 Pro Max features a 6.7-inch display. Both are expected to be OLED panels. The two phones will reportedly have 5G built-in, too.

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It won’t be long before all of these phones get their official introductions, because Apple is slated to kick off its iPhone 12 event today at 10:00 am PT / 1:00 pm ET. Based on what we’ve seen and heard so far, which of the new iPhone models are you most interested in?

Sources: Evan Blass (1), (2), (3), (4)

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  • pda96

    Still has that ugly notch, I see. The rest of the world has moved on long ago. To get rid of it is to admit that you were wrong, I suppose. I’m sure Apple will get rid of it for the iPhone 13 and call it a “breakthrough” in screen design.

    • Tim Timmy

      The “rest of the world” couldn’t implement a decent and secure face unlock which they tried to copy (and thus also had to copy the notch). The face unlock on Apple devices is top notch, no pun intended, and I’ll happily wait for them to have the true breakthrough screen design with both a face unlock and full screen, unlike “the rest of the world”, which has some half-asssed fix (punch hole camera, but no longer having any face unlock because it sucked so bad or was insecure, e.g. pixel 5, and many others).

      • JLaw

        Kudos to face unlock from Apple.
        That’s the one thing they implemented themselves. The “all screen” (mass produced) face unlock will not be implemented by Apple. However they just may refine it and make it “better”.
        Real kudos to the companies that have been developing the tech over the yrs.
        Apple usually follows what other implement. Still waiting on pop up on my 2020se…Not a fan of the half as*ed widget bake, or the horrible horrible battery life.
        Cyber Monday 2019 gave me a free (only pay tax) iPhone8 (no aal/trade) on T mo. Took the piece of shite and traded it to the se on launch, just paid taxes as well.
        This will be my last venture with Apple and can’t say I’ll miss them. 500 trade in with an s7 towards an s20 fe just torpedoes anything Apple could offer me.

        Btw, Google LG Prada, check the release date and notice the physical design of the phone. Talking about copying…. Lol

    • Tim Timmy

      The “rest of the world” never implemented a secure and well working face unlock, they copied the notch trying, but gave up since their face unlock wasn’t working well or far less secure than banks required. They moved on to a punch-hole, and no longer have face unlock so they don’t need a notch. I’ll happily wait for Apple to come out with a true breakthrough screen design that has both Face ID and a full screen, and not some rush-job the rest of the world tried and abandoned.

      • THXULTRA

        Exactly this and the notch really isn’t that big of a deal. I will take face unlock over a finger print reader also since it still works when I’m working out. Try using a finger print reader when sweating…

  • steadymobb

    So what’s the upgrade other than the A14????

  • Hopefully T-Mobile has some sweet trade in deals for us existing customers, not that add-a-line bullshit.

    • Alex Pilaia

      Anyway this post can make it to the head of Tmo? lol

  • stuman19741974 .

    $30 more for the T-Mobile and unlocked versions? What the hell?

    • ClearlyAMG

      Lol you don’t research a lot before posting huh. On the Apple page when looking at pricing AT&T and Verizon get a $30 “discount” when you *ACTIVATE* a new line with them. So a simply upgrade will cost the same @729 or 829. Even apples straight unlocked versions is the same price @729 or 829.

      • stuman19741974 .

        Yes I read it, genius. Apple pitched the pricing as they have in the past, but never had upcharges for various carriers. Carriers are always free to discount as they please. You don’t see Apple marketing a phone as FREE even if the carrier has a BOGO or whatever. Tool.

        • ClearlyAMG

          I get what you’re saying. In the past apples never had to market the device pricing with special incentives with carriers before. But I guess they had a really good deal with AT&T and Verizon to offer an instant $30 off WITH ACTIVATION. I’m pretty sure you know upgrading isn’t an activation. So for the rest of the world including AT&T and Verizon if you’re upgrading you’ll be paying the 729 & 829 for the standard 12 models.