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Check Out the New Food Emojis Apple Is Introducing This Week

Check Out the New Food Emojis Apple Is Introducing This Week

Apple is introducing new food emojis, including a pie emoji just in time for Thanskgiving

Apple is introducing several new food emoji with the next iOS 11.1 update.

Apple is about to make it a whole lot easier to text about lunch plans. The tech giant announced Friday that its iOS 11.1 would launch as a public beta release next week, and the update will include hundreds of new emoji. The new emoji include broccoli, a Chinese takeout container, a dumpling, and a pie emoji that will probably get a lot of use around Thanksgiving.

Apple’s new announcement does not just include new food emoji, either. The update will include a mermaid, a woman with a headscarf, a breastfeeding emoji, a zombie, and more.

The update also includes a bowl, chopsticks, a cup with a straw, a food can, a fortune cookie, a "meat" emoji, a pretzel, a coconut, and a sandwich emoji. It’s surprising to realize that there hasn’t been a sandwich emoji all this time. How have we lived without a sandwich emoji? The new emoji are very good news, especially since it’s possible to get restaurant search results by Tweeting emoji at Google.

The pie emoji in particular is a much-needed update. The pie vs. cake debate has raged on for years, but nobody on the pie side has been able to express their support via text message. There are two cake emoji, though, because the Unicode Consortium must be Team Cake.

People campaign heavily for new emoji. There was even a Kickstarter campaign devoted to buying a seat on the Unicode Consortium, just to push for a dumpling emoji. Butterball has been petitioning for a Thanksgiving turkey emoji, and a senator from Maine has been campaigning for a lobster emoji.

The full roster of new food emoji will appear with the iOS 11.1 beta update later this week. People will probably be all ready to celebrate when it happens, because emojis are one of the 9 top entertaining trends right now.


Apple Debuts iPhone 12 with 5G Connectivity &mdash Here's Everything You Need to Know

The newest editions of Apple&aposs iPhone made their first appearances on Tuesday morning during the company&aposs virtual end-of-the-year event — and for some longtime iPhone users, it may feel like a blast to the past.

Hosted by CEO Tim Cook, the event saw the debuts of four iPhone 12 devices, which — at first glance — look similar to last year&aposs models. But when it comes to appearance, the primary change to the iPhone&aposs body is it now has flat edges instead of curved. This is a return to the same style as the iPhone 5, released eight years ago, which many on Twitter were quick to point out (even if no one was complaining).

Apple announced that every new device in their smartphone lineup — the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max — will have 5G capability.

That means users will be able to download apps faster and stream content more smoothly when on the go and not connected to WiFi. While there might not be the monumental change in appearance that some may have wanted this year, Cook emphasized the company focused on making the devices faster.

"Every decade there’s a new generation of technology that provides a step change in what we can do with our iPhones," Cook said during the event. "This is a huge moment for all of us."

IPhone 12

Starting at $799, the iPhone 12 comes in five colors — black, white, red, green and blue. It will be up for preorder starting this Friday and will be released on Oct. 23.

Another change from last year&aposs model is that the iPhone 12 will come with a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display, which allows for more vibrant colors and deeper blacks. The company also said its new Ceramic Shield front cover is more durable compared to the glass of the iPhone 11 and improves on the device&aposs water resistance (though it still isn&apost "waterproof").

As with every year, the iPhone&aposs photography options have once again been upgraded, and the iPhone 12 comes with a 12-megapixel f/1.6 main camera and a 12MP ultrawide.

But one of the biggest additions to the iPhones is MagSafe, which uses a magnet in the back of the device to hold cases and other accessories. It also allows iPhone to better connect to wireless chargers and could be a signal that Apple is looking to move away from the traditional lightning port and USB-C charging options.

This is reinforced by the company announcing it is no longer offering a charging brick with new devices, so don&apost lose the ones you&aposve collected over the years.

IPhone 12 Mini

Coming with the same features as the 6.1-inch iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Mini has a 5.4-inch screen that will be a welcome change to customers who felt the latest editions were too large for their hands. The iPhone 12 Mini will be available for $699.

IPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max

The most powerful of the bunch, the iPhone 12 Pro and the larger iPhone 12 Pro Max both come with a LiDar sensor, which can be used for augmented reality (AR). Augmented reality lets users place 3D objects into real-world environments through the iPhone&aposs screen. This can be used for something as simple as gaming, to placing models of furniture in a room to see where things will fit.

Cameras are also upgraded in both of the iPhone&aposs pro models, with improved lowlight performance in both models and larger sensors in the Pro Max. This will allow for better night time photography, according to Apple.

RELATED VIDEO: A Hammer and an iPhone — What Could Go Wrong? Check Out This Magic Trick

Both the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 and the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max will come in four stainless steel finishes, including graphite, silver, gold and pacific blue, the company said. Pre-orders for iPhone 12 Pro start on Friday with a release date of Oct. 23. iPhone 12 Pro Max will be available for preorder on Nov. 6 and will be released a week later on Nov. 13. They will start at $999 and $1,099, respectively.


Apple Debuts iPhone 12 with 5G Connectivity &mdash Here's Everything You Need to Know

The newest editions of Apple&aposs iPhone made their first appearances on Tuesday morning during the company&aposs virtual end-of-the-year event — and for some longtime iPhone users, it may feel like a blast to the past.

Hosted by CEO Tim Cook, the event saw the debuts of four iPhone 12 devices, which — at first glance — look similar to last year&aposs models. But when it comes to appearance, the primary change to the iPhone&aposs body is it now has flat edges instead of curved. This is a return to the same style as the iPhone 5, released eight years ago, which many on Twitter were quick to point out (even if no one was complaining).

Apple announced that every new device in their smartphone lineup — the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max — will have 5G capability.

That means users will be able to download apps faster and stream content more smoothly when on the go and not connected to WiFi. While there might not be the monumental change in appearance that some may have wanted this year, Cook emphasized the company focused on making the devices faster.

"Every decade there’s a new generation of technology that provides a step change in what we can do with our iPhones," Cook said during the event. "This is a huge moment for all of us."

IPhone 12

Starting at $799, the iPhone 12 comes in five colors — black, white, red, green and blue. It will be up for preorder starting this Friday and will be released on Oct. 23.

Another change from last year&aposs model is that the iPhone 12 will come with a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display, which allows for more vibrant colors and deeper blacks. The company also said its new Ceramic Shield front cover is more durable compared to the glass of the iPhone 11 and improves on the device&aposs water resistance (though it still isn&apost "waterproof").

As with every year, the iPhone&aposs photography options have once again been upgraded, and the iPhone 12 comes with a 12-megapixel f/1.6 main camera and a 12MP ultrawide.

But one of the biggest additions to the iPhones is MagSafe, which uses a magnet in the back of the device to hold cases and other accessories. It also allows iPhone to better connect to wireless chargers and could be a signal that Apple is looking to move away from the traditional lightning port and USB-C charging options.

This is reinforced by the company announcing it is no longer offering a charging brick with new devices, so don&apost lose the ones you&aposve collected over the years.

IPhone 12 Mini

Coming with the same features as the 6.1-inch iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Mini has a 5.4-inch screen that will be a welcome change to customers who felt the latest editions were too large for their hands. The iPhone 12 Mini will be available for $699.

IPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max

The most powerful of the bunch, the iPhone 12 Pro and the larger iPhone 12 Pro Max both come with a LiDar sensor, which can be used for augmented reality (AR). Augmented reality lets users place 3D objects into real-world environments through the iPhone&aposs screen. This can be used for something as simple as gaming, to placing models of furniture in a room to see where things will fit.

Cameras are also upgraded in both of the iPhone&aposs pro models, with improved lowlight performance in both models and larger sensors in the Pro Max. This will allow for better night time photography, according to Apple.

RELATED VIDEO: A Hammer and an iPhone — What Could Go Wrong? Check Out This Magic Trick

Both the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 and the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max will come in four stainless steel finishes, including graphite, silver, gold and pacific blue, the company said. Pre-orders for iPhone 12 Pro start on Friday with a release date of Oct. 23. iPhone 12 Pro Max will be available for preorder on Nov. 6 and will be released a week later on Nov. 13. They will start at $999 and $1,099, respectively.


Apple Debuts iPhone 12 with 5G Connectivity &mdash Here's Everything You Need to Know

The newest editions of Apple&aposs iPhone made their first appearances on Tuesday morning during the company&aposs virtual end-of-the-year event — and for some longtime iPhone users, it may feel like a blast to the past.

Hosted by CEO Tim Cook, the event saw the debuts of four iPhone 12 devices, which — at first glance — look similar to last year&aposs models. But when it comes to appearance, the primary change to the iPhone&aposs body is it now has flat edges instead of curved. This is a return to the same style as the iPhone 5, released eight years ago, which many on Twitter were quick to point out (even if no one was complaining).

Apple announced that every new device in their smartphone lineup — the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max — will have 5G capability.

That means users will be able to download apps faster and stream content more smoothly when on the go and not connected to WiFi. While there might not be the monumental change in appearance that some may have wanted this year, Cook emphasized the company focused on making the devices faster.

"Every decade there’s a new generation of technology that provides a step change in what we can do with our iPhones," Cook said during the event. "This is a huge moment for all of us."

IPhone 12

Starting at $799, the iPhone 12 comes in five colors — black, white, red, green and blue. It will be up for preorder starting this Friday and will be released on Oct. 23.

Another change from last year&aposs model is that the iPhone 12 will come with a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display, which allows for more vibrant colors and deeper blacks. The company also said its new Ceramic Shield front cover is more durable compared to the glass of the iPhone 11 and improves on the device&aposs water resistance (though it still isn&apost "waterproof").

As with every year, the iPhone&aposs photography options have once again been upgraded, and the iPhone 12 comes with a 12-megapixel f/1.6 main camera and a 12MP ultrawide.

But one of the biggest additions to the iPhones is MagSafe, which uses a magnet in the back of the device to hold cases and other accessories. It also allows iPhone to better connect to wireless chargers and could be a signal that Apple is looking to move away from the traditional lightning port and USB-C charging options.

This is reinforced by the company announcing it is no longer offering a charging brick with new devices, so don&apost lose the ones you&aposve collected over the years.

IPhone 12 Mini

Coming with the same features as the 6.1-inch iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Mini has a 5.4-inch screen that will be a welcome change to customers who felt the latest editions were too large for their hands. The iPhone 12 Mini will be available for $699.

IPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max

The most powerful of the bunch, the iPhone 12 Pro and the larger iPhone 12 Pro Max both come with a LiDar sensor, which can be used for augmented reality (AR). Augmented reality lets users place 3D objects into real-world environments through the iPhone&aposs screen. This can be used for something as simple as gaming, to placing models of furniture in a room to see where things will fit.

Cameras are also upgraded in both of the iPhone&aposs pro models, with improved lowlight performance in both models and larger sensors in the Pro Max. This will allow for better night time photography, according to Apple.

RELATED VIDEO: A Hammer and an iPhone — What Could Go Wrong? Check Out This Magic Trick

Both the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 and the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max will come in four stainless steel finishes, including graphite, silver, gold and pacific blue, the company said. Pre-orders for iPhone 12 Pro start on Friday with a release date of Oct. 23. iPhone 12 Pro Max will be available for preorder on Nov. 6 and will be released a week later on Nov. 13. They will start at $999 and $1,099, respectively.


Apple Debuts iPhone 12 with 5G Connectivity &mdash Here's Everything You Need to Know

The newest editions of Apple&aposs iPhone made their first appearances on Tuesday morning during the company&aposs virtual end-of-the-year event — and for some longtime iPhone users, it may feel like a blast to the past.

Hosted by CEO Tim Cook, the event saw the debuts of four iPhone 12 devices, which — at first glance — look similar to last year&aposs models. But when it comes to appearance, the primary change to the iPhone&aposs body is it now has flat edges instead of curved. This is a return to the same style as the iPhone 5, released eight years ago, which many on Twitter were quick to point out (even if no one was complaining).

Apple announced that every new device in their smartphone lineup — the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max — will have 5G capability.

That means users will be able to download apps faster and stream content more smoothly when on the go and not connected to WiFi. While there might not be the monumental change in appearance that some may have wanted this year, Cook emphasized the company focused on making the devices faster.

"Every decade there’s a new generation of technology that provides a step change in what we can do with our iPhones," Cook said during the event. "This is a huge moment for all of us."

IPhone 12

Starting at $799, the iPhone 12 comes in five colors — black, white, red, green and blue. It will be up for preorder starting this Friday and will be released on Oct. 23.

Another change from last year&aposs model is that the iPhone 12 will come with a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display, which allows for more vibrant colors and deeper blacks. The company also said its new Ceramic Shield front cover is more durable compared to the glass of the iPhone 11 and improves on the device&aposs water resistance (though it still isn&apost "waterproof").

As with every year, the iPhone&aposs photography options have once again been upgraded, and the iPhone 12 comes with a 12-megapixel f/1.6 main camera and a 12MP ultrawide.

But one of the biggest additions to the iPhones is MagSafe, which uses a magnet in the back of the device to hold cases and other accessories. It also allows iPhone to better connect to wireless chargers and could be a signal that Apple is looking to move away from the traditional lightning port and USB-C charging options.

This is reinforced by the company announcing it is no longer offering a charging brick with new devices, so don&apost lose the ones you&aposve collected over the years.

IPhone 12 Mini

Coming with the same features as the 6.1-inch iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Mini has a 5.4-inch screen that will be a welcome change to customers who felt the latest editions were too large for their hands. The iPhone 12 Mini will be available for $699.

IPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max

The most powerful of the bunch, the iPhone 12 Pro and the larger iPhone 12 Pro Max both come with a LiDar sensor, which can be used for augmented reality (AR). Augmented reality lets users place 3D objects into real-world environments through the iPhone&aposs screen. This can be used for something as simple as gaming, to placing models of furniture in a room to see where things will fit.

Cameras are also upgraded in both of the iPhone&aposs pro models, with improved lowlight performance in both models and larger sensors in the Pro Max. This will allow for better night time photography, according to Apple.

RELATED VIDEO: A Hammer and an iPhone — What Could Go Wrong? Check Out This Magic Trick

Both the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 and the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max will come in four stainless steel finishes, including graphite, silver, gold and pacific blue, the company said. Pre-orders for iPhone 12 Pro start on Friday with a release date of Oct. 23. iPhone 12 Pro Max will be available for preorder on Nov. 6 and will be released a week later on Nov. 13. They will start at $999 and $1,099, respectively.


Apple Debuts iPhone 12 with 5G Connectivity &mdash Here's Everything You Need to Know

The newest editions of Apple&aposs iPhone made their first appearances on Tuesday morning during the company&aposs virtual end-of-the-year event — and for some longtime iPhone users, it may feel like a blast to the past.

Hosted by CEO Tim Cook, the event saw the debuts of four iPhone 12 devices, which — at first glance — look similar to last year&aposs models. But when it comes to appearance, the primary change to the iPhone&aposs body is it now has flat edges instead of curved. This is a return to the same style as the iPhone 5, released eight years ago, which many on Twitter were quick to point out (even if no one was complaining).

Apple announced that every new device in their smartphone lineup — the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max — will have 5G capability.

That means users will be able to download apps faster and stream content more smoothly when on the go and not connected to WiFi. While there might not be the monumental change in appearance that some may have wanted this year, Cook emphasized the company focused on making the devices faster.

"Every decade there’s a new generation of technology that provides a step change in what we can do with our iPhones," Cook said during the event. "This is a huge moment for all of us."

IPhone 12

Starting at $799, the iPhone 12 comes in five colors — black, white, red, green and blue. It will be up for preorder starting this Friday and will be released on Oct. 23.

Another change from last year&aposs model is that the iPhone 12 will come with a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display, which allows for more vibrant colors and deeper blacks. The company also said its new Ceramic Shield front cover is more durable compared to the glass of the iPhone 11 and improves on the device&aposs water resistance (though it still isn&apost "waterproof").

As with every year, the iPhone&aposs photography options have once again been upgraded, and the iPhone 12 comes with a 12-megapixel f/1.6 main camera and a 12MP ultrawide.

But one of the biggest additions to the iPhones is MagSafe, which uses a magnet in the back of the device to hold cases and other accessories. It also allows iPhone to better connect to wireless chargers and could be a signal that Apple is looking to move away from the traditional lightning port and USB-C charging options.

This is reinforced by the company announcing it is no longer offering a charging brick with new devices, so don&apost lose the ones you&aposve collected over the years.

IPhone 12 Mini

Coming with the same features as the 6.1-inch iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Mini has a 5.4-inch screen that will be a welcome change to customers who felt the latest editions were too large for their hands. The iPhone 12 Mini will be available for $699.

IPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max

The most powerful of the bunch, the iPhone 12 Pro and the larger iPhone 12 Pro Max both come with a LiDar sensor, which can be used for augmented reality (AR). Augmented reality lets users place 3D objects into real-world environments through the iPhone&aposs screen. This can be used for something as simple as gaming, to placing models of furniture in a room to see where things will fit.

Cameras are also upgraded in both of the iPhone&aposs pro models, with improved lowlight performance in both models and larger sensors in the Pro Max. This will allow for better night time photography, according to Apple.

RELATED VIDEO: A Hammer and an iPhone — What Could Go Wrong? Check Out This Magic Trick

Both the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 and the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max will come in four stainless steel finishes, including graphite, silver, gold and pacific blue, the company said. Pre-orders for iPhone 12 Pro start on Friday with a release date of Oct. 23. iPhone 12 Pro Max will be available for preorder on Nov. 6 and will be released a week later on Nov. 13. They will start at $999 and $1,099, respectively.


Apple Debuts iPhone 12 with 5G Connectivity &mdash Here's Everything You Need to Know

The newest editions of Apple&aposs iPhone made their first appearances on Tuesday morning during the company&aposs virtual end-of-the-year event — and for some longtime iPhone users, it may feel like a blast to the past.

Hosted by CEO Tim Cook, the event saw the debuts of four iPhone 12 devices, which — at first glance — look similar to last year&aposs models. But when it comes to appearance, the primary change to the iPhone&aposs body is it now has flat edges instead of curved. This is a return to the same style as the iPhone 5, released eight years ago, which many on Twitter were quick to point out (even if no one was complaining).

Apple announced that every new device in their smartphone lineup — the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max — will have 5G capability.

That means users will be able to download apps faster and stream content more smoothly when on the go and not connected to WiFi. While there might not be the monumental change in appearance that some may have wanted this year, Cook emphasized the company focused on making the devices faster.

"Every decade there’s a new generation of technology that provides a step change in what we can do with our iPhones," Cook said during the event. "This is a huge moment for all of us."

IPhone 12

Starting at $799, the iPhone 12 comes in five colors — black, white, red, green and blue. It will be up for preorder starting this Friday and will be released on Oct. 23.

Another change from last year&aposs model is that the iPhone 12 will come with a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display, which allows for more vibrant colors and deeper blacks. The company also said its new Ceramic Shield front cover is more durable compared to the glass of the iPhone 11 and improves on the device&aposs water resistance (though it still isn&apost "waterproof").

As with every year, the iPhone&aposs photography options have once again been upgraded, and the iPhone 12 comes with a 12-megapixel f/1.6 main camera and a 12MP ultrawide.

But one of the biggest additions to the iPhones is MagSafe, which uses a magnet in the back of the device to hold cases and other accessories. It also allows iPhone to better connect to wireless chargers and could be a signal that Apple is looking to move away from the traditional lightning port and USB-C charging options.

This is reinforced by the company announcing it is no longer offering a charging brick with new devices, so don&apost lose the ones you&aposve collected over the years.

IPhone 12 Mini

Coming with the same features as the 6.1-inch iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Mini has a 5.4-inch screen that will be a welcome change to customers who felt the latest editions were too large for their hands. The iPhone 12 Mini will be available for $699.

IPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max

The most powerful of the bunch, the iPhone 12 Pro and the larger iPhone 12 Pro Max both come with a LiDar sensor, which can be used for augmented reality (AR). Augmented reality lets users place 3D objects into real-world environments through the iPhone&aposs screen. This can be used for something as simple as gaming, to placing models of furniture in a room to see where things will fit.

Cameras are also upgraded in both of the iPhone&aposs pro models, with improved lowlight performance in both models and larger sensors in the Pro Max. This will allow for better night time photography, according to Apple.

RELATED VIDEO: A Hammer and an iPhone — What Could Go Wrong? Check Out This Magic Trick

Both the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 and the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max will come in four stainless steel finishes, including graphite, silver, gold and pacific blue, the company said. Pre-orders for iPhone 12 Pro start on Friday with a release date of Oct. 23. iPhone 12 Pro Max will be available for preorder on Nov. 6 and will be released a week later on Nov. 13. They will start at $999 and $1,099, respectively.


Apple Debuts iPhone 12 with 5G Connectivity &mdash Here's Everything You Need to Know

The newest editions of Apple&aposs iPhone made their first appearances on Tuesday morning during the company&aposs virtual end-of-the-year event — and for some longtime iPhone users, it may feel like a blast to the past.

Hosted by CEO Tim Cook, the event saw the debuts of four iPhone 12 devices, which — at first glance — look similar to last year&aposs models. But when it comes to appearance, the primary change to the iPhone&aposs body is it now has flat edges instead of curved. This is a return to the same style as the iPhone 5, released eight years ago, which many on Twitter were quick to point out (even if no one was complaining).

Apple announced that every new device in their smartphone lineup — the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max — will have 5G capability.

That means users will be able to download apps faster and stream content more smoothly when on the go and not connected to WiFi. While there might not be the monumental change in appearance that some may have wanted this year, Cook emphasized the company focused on making the devices faster.

"Every decade there’s a new generation of technology that provides a step change in what we can do with our iPhones," Cook said during the event. "This is a huge moment for all of us."

IPhone 12

Starting at $799, the iPhone 12 comes in five colors — black, white, red, green and blue. It will be up for preorder starting this Friday and will be released on Oct. 23.

Another change from last year&aposs model is that the iPhone 12 will come with a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display, which allows for more vibrant colors and deeper blacks. The company also said its new Ceramic Shield front cover is more durable compared to the glass of the iPhone 11 and improves on the device&aposs water resistance (though it still isn&apost "waterproof").

As with every year, the iPhone&aposs photography options have once again been upgraded, and the iPhone 12 comes with a 12-megapixel f/1.6 main camera and a 12MP ultrawide.

But one of the biggest additions to the iPhones is MagSafe, which uses a magnet in the back of the device to hold cases and other accessories. It also allows iPhone to better connect to wireless chargers and could be a signal that Apple is looking to move away from the traditional lightning port and USB-C charging options.

This is reinforced by the company announcing it is no longer offering a charging brick with new devices, so don&apost lose the ones you&aposve collected over the years.

IPhone 12 Mini

Coming with the same features as the 6.1-inch iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Mini has a 5.4-inch screen that will be a welcome change to customers who felt the latest editions were too large for their hands. The iPhone 12 Mini will be available for $699.

IPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max

The most powerful of the bunch, the iPhone 12 Pro and the larger iPhone 12 Pro Max both come with a LiDar sensor, which can be used for augmented reality (AR). Augmented reality lets users place 3D objects into real-world environments through the iPhone&aposs screen. This can be used for something as simple as gaming, to placing models of furniture in a room to see where things will fit.

Cameras are also upgraded in both of the iPhone&aposs pro models, with improved lowlight performance in both models and larger sensors in the Pro Max. This will allow for better night time photography, according to Apple.

RELATED VIDEO: A Hammer and an iPhone — What Could Go Wrong? Check Out This Magic Trick

Both the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 and the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max will come in four stainless steel finishes, including graphite, silver, gold and pacific blue, the company said. Pre-orders for iPhone 12 Pro start on Friday with a release date of Oct. 23. iPhone 12 Pro Max will be available for preorder on Nov. 6 and will be released a week later on Nov. 13. They will start at $999 and $1,099, respectively.


Apple Debuts iPhone 12 with 5G Connectivity &mdash Here's Everything You Need to Know

The newest editions of Apple&aposs iPhone made their first appearances on Tuesday morning during the company&aposs virtual end-of-the-year event — and for some longtime iPhone users, it may feel like a blast to the past.

Hosted by CEO Tim Cook, the event saw the debuts of four iPhone 12 devices, which — at first glance — look similar to last year&aposs models. But when it comes to appearance, the primary change to the iPhone&aposs body is it now has flat edges instead of curved. This is a return to the same style as the iPhone 5, released eight years ago, which many on Twitter were quick to point out (even if no one was complaining).

Apple announced that every new device in their smartphone lineup — the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max — will have 5G capability.

That means users will be able to download apps faster and stream content more smoothly when on the go and not connected to WiFi. While there might not be the monumental change in appearance that some may have wanted this year, Cook emphasized the company focused on making the devices faster.

"Every decade there’s a new generation of technology that provides a step change in what we can do with our iPhones," Cook said during the event. "This is a huge moment for all of us."

IPhone 12

Starting at $799, the iPhone 12 comes in five colors — black, white, red, green and blue. It will be up for preorder starting this Friday and will be released on Oct. 23.

Another change from last year&aposs model is that the iPhone 12 will come with a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display, which allows for more vibrant colors and deeper blacks. The company also said its new Ceramic Shield front cover is more durable compared to the glass of the iPhone 11 and improves on the device&aposs water resistance (though it still isn&apost "waterproof").

As with every year, the iPhone&aposs photography options have once again been upgraded, and the iPhone 12 comes with a 12-megapixel f/1.6 main camera and a 12MP ultrawide.

But one of the biggest additions to the iPhones is MagSafe, which uses a magnet in the back of the device to hold cases and other accessories. It also allows iPhone to better connect to wireless chargers and could be a signal that Apple is looking to move away from the traditional lightning port and USB-C charging options.

This is reinforced by the company announcing it is no longer offering a charging brick with new devices, so don&apost lose the ones you&aposve collected over the years.

IPhone 12 Mini

Coming with the same features as the 6.1-inch iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Mini has a 5.4-inch screen that will be a welcome change to customers who felt the latest editions were too large for their hands. The iPhone 12 Mini will be available for $699.

IPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max

The most powerful of the bunch, the iPhone 12 Pro and the larger iPhone 12 Pro Max both come with a LiDar sensor, which can be used for augmented reality (AR). Augmented reality lets users place 3D objects into real-world environments through the iPhone&aposs screen. This can be used for something as simple as gaming, to placing models of furniture in a room to see where things will fit.

Cameras are also upgraded in both of the iPhone&aposs pro models, with improved lowlight performance in both models and larger sensors in the Pro Max. This will allow for better night time photography, according to Apple.

RELATED VIDEO: A Hammer and an iPhone — What Could Go Wrong? Check Out This Magic Trick

Both the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 and the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max will come in four stainless steel finishes, including graphite, silver, gold and pacific blue, the company said. Pre-orders for iPhone 12 Pro start on Friday with a release date of Oct. 23. iPhone 12 Pro Max will be available for preorder on Nov. 6 and will be released a week later on Nov. 13. They will start at $999 and $1,099, respectively.


Apple Debuts iPhone 12 with 5G Connectivity &mdash Here's Everything You Need to Know

The newest editions of Apple&aposs iPhone made their first appearances on Tuesday morning during the company&aposs virtual end-of-the-year event — and for some longtime iPhone users, it may feel like a blast to the past.

Hosted by CEO Tim Cook, the event saw the debuts of four iPhone 12 devices, which — at first glance — look similar to last year&aposs models. But when it comes to appearance, the primary change to the iPhone&aposs body is it now has flat edges instead of curved. This is a return to the same style as the iPhone 5, released eight years ago, which many on Twitter were quick to point out (even if no one was complaining).

Apple announced that every new device in their smartphone lineup — the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max — will have 5G capability.

That means users will be able to download apps faster and stream content more smoothly when on the go and not connected to WiFi. While there might not be the monumental change in appearance that some may have wanted this year, Cook emphasized the company focused on making the devices faster.

"Every decade there’s a new generation of technology that provides a step change in what we can do with our iPhones," Cook said during the event. "This is a huge moment for all of us."

IPhone 12

Starting at $799, the iPhone 12 comes in five colors — black, white, red, green and blue. It will be up for preorder starting this Friday and will be released on Oct. 23.

Another change from last year&aposs model is that the iPhone 12 will come with a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display, which allows for more vibrant colors and deeper blacks. The company also said its new Ceramic Shield front cover is more durable compared to the glass of the iPhone 11 and improves on the device&aposs water resistance (though it still isn&apost "waterproof").

As with every year, the iPhone&aposs photography options have once again been upgraded, and the iPhone 12 comes with a 12-megapixel f/1.6 main camera and a 12MP ultrawide.

But one of the biggest additions to the iPhones is MagSafe, which uses a magnet in the back of the device to hold cases and other accessories. It also allows iPhone to better connect to wireless chargers and could be a signal that Apple is looking to move away from the traditional lightning port and USB-C charging options.

This is reinforced by the company announcing it is no longer offering a charging brick with new devices, so don&apost lose the ones you&aposve collected over the years.

IPhone 12 Mini

Coming with the same features as the 6.1-inch iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Mini has a 5.4-inch screen that will be a welcome change to customers who felt the latest editions were too large for their hands. The iPhone 12 Mini will be available for $699.

IPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max

The most powerful of the bunch, the iPhone 12 Pro and the larger iPhone 12 Pro Max both come with a LiDar sensor, which can be used for augmented reality (AR). Augmented reality lets users place 3D objects into real-world environments through the iPhone&aposs screen. This can be used for something as simple as gaming, to placing models of furniture in a room to see where things will fit.

Cameras are also upgraded in both of the iPhone&aposs pro models, with improved lowlight performance in both models and larger sensors in the Pro Max. This will allow for better night time photography, according to Apple.

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Both the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 and the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max will come in four stainless steel finishes, including graphite, silver, gold and pacific blue, the company said. Pre-orders for iPhone 12 Pro start on Friday with a release date of Oct. 23. iPhone 12 Pro Max will be available for preorder on Nov. 6 and will be released a week later on Nov. 13. They will start at $999 and $1,099, respectively.


Apple Debuts iPhone 12 with 5G Connectivity &mdash Here's Everything You Need to Know

The newest editions of Apple&aposs iPhone made their first appearances on Tuesday morning during the company&aposs virtual end-of-the-year event — and for some longtime iPhone users, it may feel like a blast to the past.

Hosted by CEO Tim Cook, the event saw the debuts of four iPhone 12 devices, which — at first glance — look similar to last year&aposs models. But when it comes to appearance, the primary change to the iPhone&aposs body is it now has flat edges instead of curved. This is a return to the same style as the iPhone 5, released eight years ago, which many on Twitter were quick to point out (even if no one was complaining).

Apple announced that every new device in their smartphone lineup — the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max — will have 5G capability.

That means users will be able to download apps faster and stream content more smoothly when on the go and not connected to WiFi. While there might not be the monumental change in appearance that some may have wanted this year, Cook emphasized the company focused on making the devices faster.

"Every decade there’s a new generation of technology that provides a step change in what we can do with our iPhones," Cook said during the event. "This is a huge moment for all of us."

IPhone 12

Starting at $799, the iPhone 12 comes in five colors — black, white, red, green and blue. It will be up for preorder starting this Friday and will be released on Oct. 23.

Another change from last year&aposs model is that the iPhone 12 will come with a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display, which allows for more vibrant colors and deeper blacks. The company also said its new Ceramic Shield front cover is more durable compared to the glass of the iPhone 11 and improves on the device&aposs water resistance (though it still isn&apost "waterproof").

As with every year, the iPhone&aposs photography options have once again been upgraded, and the iPhone 12 comes with a 12-megapixel f/1.6 main camera and a 12MP ultrawide.

But one of the biggest additions to the iPhones is MagSafe, which uses a magnet in the back of the device to hold cases and other accessories. It also allows iPhone to better connect to wireless chargers and could be a signal that Apple is looking to move away from the traditional lightning port and USB-C charging options.

This is reinforced by the company announcing it is no longer offering a charging brick with new devices, so don&apost lose the ones you&aposve collected over the years.

IPhone 12 Mini

Coming with the same features as the 6.1-inch iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Mini has a 5.4-inch screen that will be a welcome change to customers who felt the latest editions were too large for their hands. The iPhone 12 Mini will be available for $699.

IPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max

The most powerful of the bunch, the iPhone 12 Pro and the larger iPhone 12 Pro Max both come with a LiDar sensor, which can be used for augmented reality (AR). Augmented reality lets users place 3D objects into real-world environments through the iPhone&aposs screen. This can be used for something as simple as gaming, to placing models of furniture in a room to see where things will fit.

Cameras are also upgraded in both of the iPhone&aposs pro models, with improved lowlight performance in both models and larger sensors in the Pro Max. This will allow for better night time photography, according to Apple.

RELATED VIDEO: A Hammer and an iPhone — What Could Go Wrong? Check Out This Magic Trick

Both the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 and the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max will come in four stainless steel finishes, including graphite, silver, gold and pacific blue, the company said. Pre-orders for iPhone 12 Pro start on Friday with a release date of Oct. 23. iPhone 12 Pro Max will be available for preorder on Nov. 6 and will be released a week later on Nov. 13. They will start at $999 and $1,099, respectively.