The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are both available to preorder today. If you preorder, you’ll get your new iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro by next Friday (October 23), which is when Apple will start selling both new iPhones in its retail stores.
The iPhone 12 starts at $799, which comes with 64GB of storage (can be configured with 128GB or 256GB, as well), and can be ordered in five different finishes: white, black, blue, green or red.
The iPhone 12 Pro starts at $999, which comes with 128GB of storage (can be configured with 256GB or 512GB, as well), and can be ordered in four different finishes: graphite, gold, silver or blue.
These are the first two new iPhone 12 models that Apple has opened up for preorder. The other two, the iPhone 12 mini and the iPhone 12 Pro Max, won’t be available for preorder until November 6, and they’ll ship (and be available in stores) the following week on November 13. The iPhone 12 mini is essentially just a smaller version of the iPhone 12, while the iPhone 12 Pro Max is essentially a bigger-screen version of iPhone 12 Pro Max. (Although, Apple gave the iPhone 12 Pro Max slightly better camera capabilities than the iPhone 12 Pro.)
All the four new iPhones share a few things in common. They are the first iPhones to have an OLED display, 5G connectivity and are compatible with Apple’s new MagSafe charging system.
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