Officially, Apple introduces the “iPhone 12” on October 13th

Officially, Apple introduces the “iPhone 12” on October 13th
Officially, Apple introduces the “iPhone 12” on October 13th
IPhone lovers are waiting impatiently for the moment of launching the latest version of the “iPhone 12” phones, which will see the light on October 13th of this month.

The American company Apple confirmed that it will hold its second event on the 13th of October, which is the event in which the “iPhone 12” group will likely be unveiled, in addition to other products such as “AirTags”.

Apple’s conference will be titled “Hi, Speed,” or “Hello, Speed,” as it appeared on the invitation card that the company posted online for an event at 10am Pacific Time.

The event will be held via live broadcast on the Internet by default due to the spread of the Coronavirus, just as with the first event, and the event will be hosted at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, USA.

The company is scheduled to unveil the “iPhone 12” group at the exhibition next week, and reports indicate that two copies of the iPhone 12 Pro and two copies of the iPhone 12 will be unveiled (iPhone 12, 5.4-inch, 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Max, and iPhone) 12 Pro at 6.1 inches, and iPhone 12 Pro Max at 6.7 inches).

The company is expected to unveil the “AirTags” extension, which will work with Bluetooth technology to track and find things through the user’s “Find My” application.

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