Apple Allows Pre-Ordering of New iPhones and HomePod Smart Speaker

This year, due to the closures caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, new iPhones were presented later than ever and the launch of the new iPhones was phased. Finally, last Friday, the pre-sale of the last two models began.

The last of the 2020 iPhones went on sale Friday, November 6 via pre-sale, a tradition that allows Apple fans to receive the new devices before the day the smartphones hit stores.

The iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max will go on sale starting Friday, November 13 with prices starting at $ 699 and $ 1,099 respectively.

The iPhone 12 Mini is a version with a 5.4-inch screen and has the lowest price of the new iPhone 12 line since it will be sold starting at $ 699.

The iPhone 12 Pro Max has a 6.7-inch screen, setting a new record for the sizes of iPhone phones. The iPhone 12 and 12 Pro models both have 6.1-inch displays.

The iPhone 12 Pro Max is gaining more followers due to its weight and new camera features. The company promises a 47% larger image sensor that will allow you to take photos at a higher resolution, an advanced image stabilizer that promises to achieve more stable shots and a more advanced telephoto lens that could be similar to what professional photographers use.

On the other hand, Apple's HomePod Mini speaker will cost $ 99 and will be the new rival to Amazon's Echo and Google’s Nest audio speakers. This product will also be sold in advance starting on Friday 6th and will be launched on November 16th.

If you are interested, you can order the iPhone 12 Pro Max directly from the Apple site or through the plans that different telephone companies and some stores are offering.

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