As we await Apple’s September 15 event, popular tipster Evan Blass has tweeted a leaked image that seems to be an iPhone 12 promotional email screenshot. The screenshot shows that iPhone 12 will arrive with 5G connectivity support. An additional vital side to note here is that pre-orders will come to end on October 20th. This is in line with previous leaks that iPhone 12 will go on sale next month.
Apple’s iPhone 12 lineups are generally rumored to be the first one to support the 5G network but a new report alleged that not every model will offer the equivalent connectivity. According to Fast Company report, only the high-end i.e. iPhone 12 Pro Max will support the millimeter-wave 5G spectrum. The other ones will be restricted to the Sub-6GHz 5G frequency.
The millimeter-wave 5G band is the greatest 5G a network that is able to offer up to 1Gbps download pace. It is restricted to selected countries all over the world currently. As for the Sub-6GHz band, it is a generally available 5G band that one would get in every country that offers 5G connectivity. Even in the United States, it is the band that is frequently available in contrast to the high-speed equivalent.
The choice to continue mmWave 5G restricted to the iPhone 12 Pro Max is because of the gap required for internal components. It is the only phone in the listings that has adequate space for accommodating a unique antenna design and a larger battery to balance the extra power use. It additionally included that only the United States, Japan, and Korean units of the phone will arrive with mmWave 5G compatibility.
The forthcoming iPhone 12 sequence is going to be special in a lot of ways. One of it is the prospect of iPhone 12 models shipping with no in-box accessories. Buyers won’t be getting any adapter or earphones in the retail box, this is an attempt to reduce the price of the phone.
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