Apple to launch a 4G iPhone 12 with an LCD screen for $549: Report


A new report has revealed that Apple is preparing to launch two iPhone 12 models that will support only 4G networks. This move apparently arrives since many nations have yet to adopt the newer and faster bandwidth, despite the upcoming lineup being it’s first to support 5G.

my first iphone rumor is the 4g version of the 12 and 12 max

iphone 12(4g) if it happens will be 549$

4g 12 max will be 649$ and there 5g prices are 649 and 749 just like jon prosser said.

— Omega LEAKS and RUMORS (@omegaleaks) June 25, 2020

According to analyst Daniel Ives, the new LTE enabled iPhone 12 will start from 549 US Dollars. Furthermore, an LTE only iPhone 12 Max is the second 4G handset offering and will be priced at 649 US Dollars. While most rumors had pointed at a full 5G lineup, the Cupertino based giant is now rumored to also be working on two separate 4G models as well.

The 4G iPhone 12 model might even sport an LCD display, as per analyst Jun Zhang. Jun had first reported on this back in December 2019 and had said that Apple might launch six iPhone 12 models in 2020. This includes two 4G offerings, one of which, will sport an LCD display. Some of the models within the series will likely be the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and even the iPhone 12 Max, although the names of the other possible 3 variants are unknown.

Apple iPhone 12 Render

But, if Apple really does decide to go for 6 iPhone 12 models, it would give a lot more choice to customers. Starting from 549 US Dollars, customers can even opt for higher end offerings with the reported LiDAR depth sensor technology or 120Hz “ProMotion” refresh rate feature that costs over 1,000 US Dollars.



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