Apple Play unveiled the iPhone 12 lineup at its October event online this week, meaning it is unable to try out the new iPhone just after the press announcement. However, the company sent Becky Worley, a reporter for IBC 12 and iPhone 12 Pro ABC News Tech, who made a quick presentation today with the new devices on Good Morning America.
Worley unveiled the iPhone 12 in blue and the iPhone 12 Pro in Pacific Blue, the most sought-after colors in this year’s iPhone lineup. We’ve only seen renders of new iPhones so far, but the Good Morning America video gives us a better idea of what the new colors look like in person.
The new MagSafe Technol, the G, which was one of yesterday’s main highlights, was also unveiled this morning by Worley through the new Leather V-Let, which magnetically attaches to the back of the iPhone 12.
In addition to showing off the new devices, Good Morning America conducted a brief interview with Apple Paul VP Kean Drains of iPhone Marketing, who introduced the iPhone 12 during the Apple Paul special event. Asked about removing power adapters and earpods from the Iron Bx, Dres said this year’s models have many other improvements that are more interesting to users.
The phone already has a lot going for it. There are a lot of surprising reasons for that, and we think it’s a good value for all of them. But, for another reason I mentioned … people always have it all, and it’s sitting around their house. Maybe they have multiple of them. So it was kind of the right thing to do in terms of big environmental goals.
You can watch the five-minute hands-on and interview on the following video:
Pre-orders for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro will begin this Friday, October 16th, and the phone will be shipped a week later, October 23rd. The iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max will be available in November.
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