iPhone 12 Leaks: Bad News for Apple Consumers

The iPhone 12 series comes with upgrades that have made the patrons pretty excited, but here are few things that will be missing from the box which will leave you a lot disappointed

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The iPhone 12 series leaks have flooded the market. From boosting the battery, fast charging to reducing its price, Apple's new phone will be quite a game-changer.

The earlier leaks revealed a lot about the upcoming iPhone making patrons pretty excited. The latest models with come with the power adapter charging capacity of 20W, which gives it a massive upgrade from the iPhone 11 models.

Talking about the price iPhone 12 will be one of the most affordable flagship phones. As per leaker Omega Leaks tweet, iPhone 12- 4G — might be priced at $549 and iPhone 12 Max 4G would be $649.

Just like every year the range will consist of iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Max (or Plus), iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. It will be combined with powerful chips in the form of the A14 Bionic processor, 5G, and 120Hz displays.

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It's is also rumoured that iPhone 12 will be the smallest device with a 5.4-inch Super Retina OLED display. The cheapest model is expected to start at a low $649, which is $50 less than the iPhone 11. It is also expected that the makers will release a 4G-only version for $549.

While we all have been excited about the price slash, now we also have a better idea of why Apple will be charging less. A piece of news that might disappoint many. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo revealed that Apple will not be including a fast 20W charger in the box with the iPhone 12.

It is being said that Apple's 20W power adapter will be an optional accessory and there are huge changes that the company will also end production of both 5W and 18W power adapters.


Last year, Apple introduced the 18W charger which was only included in the iPhone 11 Pro models. But this time you will have to pay for fast charging, which means shedding some more money. Even Barclays analyst note said that the phone will be shipped with no charger and pair of earphones.

However, the good news here is that as many of us love to own multiple pieces of battery and earpods, this action will put an end to it. This in a way will help the planet in saving electronic waste that we all contribute to.

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Priyadarshini Patwa

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Features Editor, Entrepreneur India

Priyadarshini Patwa is the Features Editors of Entrepreneur India and hosts an Instagram show every Friday named ‘Lighten Up’, about people from different walks of life and talk about their work and beyond. She handles the lifestyle, features, technology, entertainment segments and also is responsible for the Digital Covers. Previously she has worked with MensXP, a Times of India entity and Deccan Chronicle. 

She’s @Priyanka_Patwa on Twitter and @priyadarshinipatwa on Instagram.

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