Apple unveiled the iPhone 12 lineup at its October online event this week, which means that as soon as the announcement came the press was unable to try out the new iPhones. However, the company sent IPhone 12 And IPhone 12 Pro To ABC News technical correspondent Becky Worley, Good Morning quickly delivered new devices in the United States.
Worley showcased the iPhone 12 in blue and the iPhone 12 Pro in Pacific Blue, the most prominent colors in this year’s iPhone lineup. So far we have only seen renders of new iPhones, but the Good Morning America video gives us a better idea of how the new colors will look in person.
New MagSafe Technology, One of yesterday’s key highlights was also demonstrated this morning by the new Leather Wallet, which magnetically attaches to the back of the iPhone 12.
In addition to showing off new devices, Good Morning America had a brief interview with Kian Trance, the Apple VP of the iPhone marketing company that introduced the iPhone 12 during the Apple special event. Asked about removing the power adapter and earbods from the iPhone box, Trance said that this year’s models bring a number of very interesting improvements for users.
There’s already a lot on the phone. There are a lot of wonderful reasons for this, and for all that we think it is a good price. But, for other reasons I mentioned… people often already have everything, it sits in their house. Maybe they have too many. So doing the right thing in terms of big environmental goals is the right thing to do.
You can watch the five-minute hand-in-hand interview in the video below:
Pre-orders for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro begin Friday, October 16th, and phones will be shipped a week later on October 23rd. The iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max will be available in November.
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