Apple has unveiled its latest iPhones and as industry watchers expected, they’re the first iPhones to have 5G network connectivity.
The cheapest iPhone 12 is the 5.4-inch iPhone mini, which will start at $699. The 6.1-inch version has a $799 starting price. Both phones have dual cameras. The company also announced two high-end “pro” models, the iPhone 12 Pro, which starts at $999 and the iPhone 12 Pro Max, which starts at $1099.
The products were unveiled at an event with a tagline of “Hi, Speed.”
Does that mean consumers should get ready to spend high on the 5G-enabled smartphones the technology giant is releasing?
Hold on, one expert says. The allure of a connection to…