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IPhone 12 could cost around $549, according to reports



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Ever since its inception over 12 years ago, Apple iPhone has been one of the most prestigious mobile products, one which everyone buys not just for their daily needs, but also to represent it as a status symbol. The American giants managed to understand how Indians perceive this product and over the years, its prices kept sky-rocketing. It was also the first phone in Indian market history available for buying at a price touching six digits (In Indian currency).

If some reports are to be believed, the 12th edition of the iPhone is to be launched in October or November this year and it could be priced way lower than what some brand loyal customers were expecting.  The 2020 iPhones will feature major updates, introducing some of the first design changes that we’ve seen since the iPhone X was released in 2017. We’re expecting four iPhones in three display sizes which could come in at 5.4, 6.7, and 6.1 inches (x2).

It is being said in the market that the 5.4 inch version of the product will be available at $549, close to INR 42,000. This could come in as a huge delight for all the iPhone lovers and aspiring mobile buyers towards the Indian festive season of October. The reasons behind this major move could be to make the product available for all classes and the latest version of the Apple product is definitely worth spending INR 42,000.

New version will be coming with a metal frame like iPhone 4 or iPad Pro

Design wise, rumors suggest at least two of the new iPhones coming in 2020 will feature a significant redesign with a metal frame that’s similar to the frame of the iPhone 4 or the iPad Pro. The iPhone 4 had a distinctive, flat look for its stainless steel frame, which could be replicated in the new iPhones, bringing the design in line with the 2020 iPad Pro models. This will definitely provide a much classier look to the new products when compared to its previous versions.

Rumors suggest there will be a new TrueDepth camera system that cuts down on the size of the notch on the front (though not all iPhones may feature a smaller notch), and there are rumors of a 3D triple-lens rear camera system that uses a laser to calculate depth information for objects in the room, improving both photography and AR capabilities.

Once the product will be up for grabs, there is no doubt it will cause havoc, just the way it does. A fact that its price could be lowered down will attract many more customers than it usually does.