Apple has unveiled four new iPhones equipped with technology for use with faster new 5G wireless networks. 5G is supposed to mean much faster speeds, making it quicker to download content, such as movies or games. (Oct. 13)
TIM COOK: Today is the beginning of a new era for iPhone. Today, we're bringing 5G to iPhone. 5G will bring a new level of performance for downloads and uploads, higher quality video streaming, more responsive gaming, real-time interactivity, and so much more.
TIM BAJARIN: 5G networks are still sparse. They're in certain parts of the US that are available. A lot of it is not rolled out completely around the US. More rollout has been done in Europe and Asia. But US is slow to bring it full.
- iPhone 12 features the same great 6.1 inch display size as iPhone 11. Yet, we reduced the display borders to create a much smaller iPhone.
TIM BAJARIN: More pixels, so you have higher resolution. And in the Pro series especially, you've gotten more low light capabilities.
TIM COOK: With the Pro design, four incredible cameras, LiDAR scanner, and the largest display we've ever shipped in an iPhone.
- This is iPhone 12 Mini. With its amazing size, it fits in the palm of your hand.
TIM BAJARIN: The Mini is going to actually be, surprisingly, a big hit. There's a lot of people who really want smaller phones, and yet, bigger space.
TIM COOK: So this is our new iPhone lineup.