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Apple to launch iPhone 12 mini with 64 and Pro Models with 128GB

iPhone 12 Mini and Pro models to be launched on October 13, 2020, in India

If we believe rumors, then Apple is going to keep its iPhone 12 launch event on October 13. Hit-and-miss leaker Jon Prosser has committed to the date by sharing Apple’s first shipment details of iPhone 12 units, in which the affordable ranged phones will be shipped out before the expensive Pro devices.

According to Jon, the distributors expect the initial shipment of the iPhone 12 units on October 5. The shipment will include the 5.4″ iPhone 12, which he confirms will be marketed as “iPhone 12 mini” and 6.1″ iPhone 12 models. He is also confident that the Pro models will be announced at the event on the 13th, but will be shipped in November.

Prosser claims that the affordable range will be available with 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB storage alternatives. But the information contradicts his previous claim, which he made in May, that the iPhone 12 models will be lined-up and start from 128GB storage options. He explained this conflict because the info was shared well before the production began, and iPhone 12 Pro Max and iPhone 12 Pro will surely start at 128GB.

With his updated claims, Jon has been in line with L0vetodream, a confirmed leaker, who declared in May itself that the 5.4 and 6.1″ iPhone 12 models will be available with 64GB whereas the Pro models have a starting option with 128GB.

Jon Prosser has a mixed history with the leaks related to Apple. He stated in August that Apple would release the latest Apple Watch and iPad models through press releases. Jon even finalized the date of these press releases to September 8, but unfortunately, Apple did not launch any product that day. However, an invite was sent out to Apple’s “Time Flies” event. The company did launch new iPad models, and Apple Watches a week later.

Prosser was right this month when he said that a low-priced Apple Watch model and an 8th Gen iPad would be announced at the “Time Flies” event by Apple, but will not include new iPhones or AirPods Studio headphones.

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