Apple ads show: Internet permission causes iPhone 12 mini/Pro Max to be postponed until November

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Apple officially released the new iPhone 12 series on October 14, all of which support 5G. Among them, iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro will be pre-ordered at 8pm on October 16th and will be on sale on October 23rd; iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max will be pre-ordered at 9pm on November 6th and November 13th On sale.

At present , the first batch of Apple iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro have been sold out and will be shipped as early as October 23.

But why did Apple start selling iPhone 12/Pro models first? It may be a deliberate strategy adopted by Apple, but Apple’s latest advertisement shows that due to the lack of FCC (Federal Communications Commission) approval for the iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max, the iPhone 12 Mini & iPhone 12 Pro Max were postponed to November. Apple did not further disclose more specific reasons here.

Apple ads show: Internet permission causes iPhone 12 mini/Pro Max to be postponed until November

Apple ads show: Internet permission causes iPhone 12 mini/Pro Max to be postponed until November

Naijatechnews has learned that both iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro use 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR displays , iPhone 12 mini uses 5.4-inch screens, iPhone 12 Pro Max uses 6, 7-inch screens, equipped with A14 bionic chips, and super ceramic crystals. The panel has 4 times the anti-drop ability, and can stay in the water at a depth of 6 meters for up to 30 minutes. It is compatible with MagSafe magnetic accessories and wireless chargers.

Apple ads show: Internet permission causes iPhone 12 mini/Pro Max to be postponed until November

In addition, iPhone 12 uses aviation-grade aluminum metal frame, Dolby Vision HDR video recording up to 30 fps, with 2x optical zoom range.

iPhone 12 Pro uses surgical grade stainless steel frame, Dolby Vision HDR video recording up to 60 fps, with 4x optical zoom range. Its lidar scanner can achieve night mode portraits, faster autofocus in low-light environments, and a better augmented reality experience.

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