Top story of the week: Apple officially announced the iPhone 12 event, with 4K Disney movies appearing on iTunes, HomePod mini rumors, and the full iPhone 12 lineup leaking. Read all of this week’s top stories.
Apple Officially announced this week That iPhone 12 event. Like the September event, the iPhone 12 event is completely virtual and streamed directly from Apple Park. The event will take place on October 13th at 10am PST.
At the event in October We expect the main focus to be on the iPhone 12 lineup.. Apple will announce four new iPhone 12 models at this October event: the 5.4-inch iPhone 12, the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Max, the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro, and the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max. Other possibilities include Apple’s AirPods Studio over-ear headphones, AirTag item trackers, the new Apple TV and Siri Remote, and smaller and more affordable HomePods.
Speaking of HomePod, a reliable leaker L0vetodream reported this week The HomePod mini is coming this year, but you shouldn’t expect a second version of the full-size HomePod in 2020.Following that report, another rumor this week is that the size of the HomePod mini is Current HomePod and $ 99 cost.
In addition, details of the iPhone 12 lineup were leaked this week.
Finally, Apple and Disney announced this week You have signed a contract to make a 4K version of a Disney movie available on iTunes. The deal seems to apply to Disney, Marvel and Pixar titles, including franchises such as Star Wars, and will take place after a few years of waiting. For more information, see all articles here.
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