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Apple announces its next slate of iPhone’s Available for pre-order on November 6th.

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Today is a glorious day for tech fans all around the world because it’s Apple’s annual iPhone event. The event always comes with a new iPhone(s) and regardless of what new features or lack of new features Apple showcases, people go crazy and prepare their wallets to get the latest iPhone. Today, before everyone got their peek at the new iPhone Apple debuted a new smaller version of their Homepod. In 2018 when the Homepod initially released, the going price was $349 dollars. The new Homepod Mini will hit shelves significantly cheaper at $99 per unit. The biggest selling point is the fact that if you place one in each room you can play music in sync and create stereo pairing when placing them in the same room. Enough about speakers, it was the new iPhone 12, 12 Pro, 12 Pro Max, and iPhone Mini that stole the show.

Prices of the brand new phones are expected to remain relatively the same, but fans can anticipate to see a major upgrade in the iPhone 12’s features, which includes better cameras, faster chips, and the brand new iOS 14 software. Prior to the release, Apple confirmed rumors of the iPhone Mini, possibly being a response to some users who complained that Apple’s smartphones were becoming less pocket friendly.

iPhone fans were also speculating about the invitation to the event too which advertised the words “Hi, Speed” and a picture of the Apple logo encircled in blue and yellow hues. What do you think it means?

According to C-Net, Apple was also expected to announce their new over the ear headphones during the event, “driving some people to ponder whether the circles have to do with audio sounds”. The article also noted that Apple had removed competing headphones from its stores ahead of the event. The AirPods Studio was not unveiled at the event.

In addition to the news of the iPhone 12, Verizon announced that it will be launching its nationwide 5G coverage to bless those brand new devices. Those are just a few details from today check out the video below for a complete brand down from Apple in less than a minute.



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