Apple is announcing another iPhone 12 mini today. It’s the first run through Apple has utilized the “mini” moniker on its iPhone line, in the wake of utilizing it on the iPod mini, iPad mini, and Mac mini beforehand. The new iPhone 12 mini has a 5.4-inch screen, which implies Apple has pressed a bigger presentation than the 4.7-inch screen found on the current year’s iPhone SE into an iPhone 12 mini handset that is littler generally speaking.
Apple has made the $699 iPhone 12 mini littler by eliminating Touch ID and supplanting it with Face ID, close by a noteworthy decrease in bezels around the presentation. Apple asserts it’s the littlest, most slender, and lightest 5G telephone on the planet.
Apple is also using the new MagSafe magnet system on the iPhone 12 mini. It supports wireless chargers (including Qi-enabled devices), case accessories, and even leather wallets that all snap onto the rear of the device.
Apple’s iPhone 12 mini is priced starting at $699 and will be available in five color options: blue, green, black, white, and red, Preorders for the iPhone 12 mini will begin on November 6th at 5AM PT / 8AM ET, with the handset shipping on November 13th.
Like the iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 mini uses Apple’s A14 Bionic, a 5nm chip with better energy efficiency and performance than the A13. It includes a six-core CPU (two high and four low) that Apple claims is 50 percent faster than the A13 chip. It also includes a four-core GPU, which Apple claims will enable “console-quality games.”
The iPhone 12 mini shares the rest of the main iPhone 12 specs and design, too. The iPhone 12 mini has flat aluminum sides that now match the iPad Pro and iPad Air (and are similar to the iPhone 4 from 10 years ago).
The mutual specs incorporate a 12-megapixel f/1.6 fundamental camera — the quickest gap in any iPhone yet — and a 12MP ultrawide. Apple has improved low-light execution on the iPhone 12 mini, and the forward looking camera will likewise incorporate its own Night Mode.
The showcase glass on the iPhone 12 mini is additionally covered with what Apple portrays as a “Clay Shield” for better toughness. Water and residue obstruction has additionally been improved to an IP68 rating.