Apple’s iPhone 12 lineup will be announced next week. We don’t know how much the phones will be priced, but given that Apple has been steadily increasing the prices of its iPhones over the years, there are some who might be a bit concerned that this year’s models could be expensive as well.
The good news is that it looks like Apple will not be increasing the price of its iPhone this year, or at least that’s what the rumors are claiming. A post made on Weibo by a user name “Kang” (and later shared by Ice Universe on Twitter) revealed the potential pricing of the entire iPhone 12 lineup.
Starting with the iPhone 12 Mini, which is the lowest-end model of the entire range, it seems that it will be priced the same as the iPhone 11 last year at $699. In a way you could argue that it is more expensive due to the smaller display. As for the iPhone 12, it will be priced at $799, which once again is more expensive than the iPhone 11 given that it can be seen as its successor.
Breaking! Probably the most comprehensive and accurate product information for the iPhone 12 conference so far, from Weibo @ kang pic.twitter.com/pn37QOTJyk
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) October 9, 2020
Then there is the iPhone 12 Pro which is priced at $999, and then there is the iPhone 12 Pro Max which will be priced at $1,099. These prices are in line with last year’s models, so if you were looking to upgrade, you don’t have to worry about a price hike. Either way, take it with a grain of salt, but check back with us next week for all the official details.