New iPhone 12 2020

Beginning of a new era for New iPhone 12 2020 for 5G:

Apple chief Tim Cook thus unveiled the new model of his flagship phone, the iPhone 12 2020, on Tuesday.

Which will for the first time have the ability to connect to 5G cellular networks, phones that Samsung and other Android phones have already made were given last year.

The words "Superfast", "Advanced", and "Secure" were used by Cook to describe the use of these types of networks to enhance the mobile's capabilities as it would be able to download data at 4.0 gigabytes per second.

Apple chief Tim Cook said 5G will bring a new level of performance to download and upload, high-quality video streaming, more responsive games, real-time interactivity and much more.

It enables 4K video playback and editing, uploading photos at their highest resolution, and playing graphics-intensive video games with more fluidity than ever before and using less battery.

The new version of the cell phone will come in five colours - white, black, red, green and blue - and will be 11% thinner, 15% smaller and 6% lighter than the iPhone 11.

The iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max will be higher versions, with a 6, 7-inch screen, making it the largest ever for an Apple mobile phone.

But there will also be a smaller version called the iPhone 12 Mini, which is said to be the "smallest, smallest and lightest" 5G-enabled mobile on the market.

It uses the new A14 Bionic chip, the first built in a five-nanometer process that allows the phone to achieve better graphics performance.

As with previous versions, your camera will continue to work with two or three lenses, but Apple has promised that it will achieve better performance at night and with higher sensitivity in the front camera, two points that are usually limited to most phones, including those from Apple.

The US 12 will be priced at the US $799, and the iPhone 12 Mini will be available from the US $699 for the Pro Max, $1,099.

Samsung first launched a phone Galaxy S10, enabled for 5G in February 2019, and Huawei, OnePlus and Google also added this capability.

However, experts say that to date, only consumer interest in this capability has been limited. How the expansion of 5G technology is initiating a geopolitical war.

"Apple is rarely the first to introduce new technology, but it expects the technology to be mature enough to create new experiences for consumers," said Thomas Husson of the research firm Forrester.

iPhone 5G technology is also not widely available and in many countries, it is not yet installed. In the United States, Apple's largest market, 5G speeds are particularly slow.

In fact, according to a survey, downloads across Canada's 4G networks tend to be faster.

But in China, Apple’s second-largest market, the government has encouraged its rapid deployment and recently announced that both Beijing and Shenzhen have achieved “full coverage”.


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