iPhone 12 release has additional companion during its release – Rumors suggest


The Apple Event is October 13, and we anticipate the iPhone 12 Pro, AirPods Studio and other rumors devices. Apple officially announced, and we can only assume that the iPhone 12 series will be unveiled then. Apple always surprises its users and we might expect more than iPhone 12. Here’s everything we’re expecting to debut at the Apple Event.

Rumors on October 13, 2020, Apple event

Aside from the iPhone 12 series, we’ve been hearing a lot about the Apple Studio, its over-hear headphones. We could also see the AirTags tracker. There is also an increase of noise about the smaller AirPower wireless charger have us wondering if that accessory is finally ready to be revealed.

iPhone 12 base models

The base model, rumored to be called the iPhone 12 Mini, will have a 5.4-inch display, while the larger version, likely called simply the iPhone 12, will have a 6.1-inch screen. And unlike the iPhone 11’s LCD display, this year’s standard screens will be OLED. The only difference between the two standard versions, rumors suggest, could be battery size – a bigger phone means more room to expand capacity – but the much smaller iPhone 12 Mini could appeal to small phone aficionados. It’s unclear how its size will compare with the smallest current iPhone, the new iPhone SE 2020, but it will definitely be the version in the iPhone 12 series for consumers who don’t need huge phones.

iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max

Higher brothers of iPhone 12 models following up on the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are,  rumored to be called the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. The 2020 iPhone release are supposedly getting bigger: the iPhone 12 Pro may get a 6.1-inch display (up from the 5.8-inch screen on its predecessor) and the iPhone 12 Pro Max could get a 6.7-inch display (from the 6.5-inch screen).

While all iPhone 12 models should get the same rumored A14 Bionic chipset, other rumors set the two Pro models apart with more RAM (4GB for standard, 6GB for higher-end), 120Hz refresh rate displays, as well as three rear cameras and a LiDar depth scanner. The iPhone 12 base models may only get two rear cameras. Lastly, it’s unclear if 5G is coming to all models or only some.


What do we expect on Apple’s October 13 event?

Perhaps we’ll see an iPad Mini (last updated in March 2019), or even the first Apple silicon debut in a 12-inch MacBook rumored for 2020. There’s a lot we could see at the next Apple event, but we won’t know for sure until Apple’s October 13 event.