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Apple officially announces iPhone 12 mini with 5G, $699 price tag

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Here's how much the new iPhone 12 Pro Max costs in Australia

As part of Apple's biggest re-design ever of the iconic device, the new smartphone included a 6.1 inch screen, with prices starting from $799 or $699 in the case of the iPhone 12 mini.

Pre-orders are available in over 30 countries and regions around the globe, for both the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro models.

The iPhone 12 will be 5G capable and will be available in 64GB/128GB/256GB storage variants starting at $799 United States dollars.

Obviously, if you opt for more data or on-board storage, that number will go up but it's a good measure of where Australian pricing for the iPhone 12 Pro Max is likely to start if you're already decided you're going postpaid.

As a quick reminder, the iPhone 11 comes with a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina display, A13 Bionic processor, and dual-lens rear camera with an ultra-wide mode.

It's finally here. After months of hype and speculation, Apple has finally unveiled the iPhone 12 series.

There will also be MagSafe accessories, like a wallet that can attach to the back of your iPhone via magnets, and wallet is shielded so it will be safe for credit cards. Now, the official product renders of the upcoming Apple iPhone 12 got leaked ahead of the official announcement. The iPhone 12 Mini claims to have up to 15 hours of video playback and up to 50 hours of audio playback.

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