A leaker known as "Kang" has posted a slew of details claiming to reveal the iPhone 12 lineup's price, release date, camera specifications, colors, and other information – Business Insider reports.
The leak suggests the iPhone 12 will come in four variants, including a 5.4-inch model, two 6.1-inch variants, and a 6.7-inch version, all of which are said to support 5G connectivity.
The 5.4-inch iPhone 12 will start at $699, according to Kang, and will reportedly be available in black, white, red, blue, and green. That would make it the same price as the iPhone 11. The 6.1-inch iPhone 12 is said to come with a $799 starting price and may be available in the same color options.
The iPhone 12 Pro could start at $999 and come in gold, silver, graphite, and blue, Kang says, also indicating that Apple may keep the pricing the same as the iPhone 11 Pro. The larger 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max will reportedly cost $1,099, like the iPhone 11 Pro Max, and is said to come in the same colors as the regular Pro.
Apple is holding an event on October 13, where it's expected to reveal the iPhone 12 lineup and possibly other devices.
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