The cost of the blended materials for the iPhone 12 with 128GB of NAND flash comes to about US$415 (A$537), an increase of 21% over the iPhone 11, the technology research firm Counterpoint Research says after the latest bill of materials analysis by its own component research practice.
Let the upgrade supercycle begin anew! From a new HomePod Mini that sells for $99 in the US and $149 in Australia, through to four new 5G-equipped iPhone 12 models that will set off the biggest upgrade cycle for Apple and its customers yet, Apple is proof that the best is always yet to come.
As was leaked on Twitter, Apple's iPhone 12 models are being launched on October 13, at 10am PDT at the Apple Park Campus, which is 4am AEDT October 14 in Australia - with four iPhone 12 models expected.
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