Here’s How Much the iPhone 12 Lineup Costs – When to Pre-Order & Buy the New iPhone

The latest iPhone generation has just been unveiled! We’re sure that many of you are eager to upgrade your smartphone, so there’s the always-important question of how much you’ll need to pay for an iPhone 12.

So, here’s all you need to know about the iPhone 12 lineup pricing, including when you can preorder your iPhone 12 and when to expect the smartphone to arrive.

iPhone 12 Lineup – Price

As you surely know by now, Apple has introduced four iPhone 12 models. With that said, here are the starting prices for each of those models. 

  • iPhone 12: Starting at $799.
  • iPhone 12 Mini: Starting at $699. 
  • iPhone 12 Pro: Starting at $999.
  • iPhone 12 Pro Max: Starting at $1,099.
iPhone 12 Price

iPhone 12 Lineup – Pre-Order Dates 

Don’t worry – you won’t have to wait too long to pre-order your iPhone. Here’s when pre-orders kick off for the iPhone 12 lineup.

  • iPhone 12: October 16th, 2020.
  • iPhone 12 Mini: November 6th, 2020.
  • iPhone 12 Pro: October 16th, 2020.
  • iPhone 12 Pro Max: November 6th, 2020.

iPhone 12 Lineup – Shipping Dates

And lastly, here’s when the iPhone 12 will start shipping. Of course, if you want a new iPhone as soon as possible, make sure to preorder it on time.

  • iPhone 12: October 23rd, 2020.
  • iPhone 12 Mini: November 13th, 2020.
  • iPhone 12 Pro: October 23rd, 2020.
  • iPhone 12 Pro Max: November 13th, 2020.

Apple iPhone 12 Event 2020


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