Apple unveiled on October 13, 2020 the newest high-end flagship iPhones – the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, which are being sold along with the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini.
The new line of iPhones introduce new, exciting features such as 5G accessibility which will make downloads/uploads faster, Smart HDR 3 feature for the cameras, Gigabit LTE (when 5G isn’t supported), and much more.
The majority of our respondents answered on our blog poll and our LinkedIn poll that they have iPhones but they will be not upgrading anytime soon. The high price-tag might be a main concern among respondents – the iPhone 12 Pro starts at $999 and the iPhone 12 Max Pro starts around $1099. Early reviews suggest that not much has changed as far as storage options with the new phone as well, with base models starting with 64GB. Apple will also stop sending charging bricks and wired headphones for all new iPhones.
Despite the price, there was a small group of respondents to the blog poll and LinkedIn poll that will be upgrading to the iPhone 12. They can look forward to upgraded cameras and video, an updated overall design, 5G access, a new iOS update, and clean performance. The Apple iPhone 12 will be available October 23 and pre-order options are available now.