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Poll: *** The Official iPhone 12 (12 mini/12/12Pro/12Pro Max) Thread ***

Discussion in 'Apple Hardware' started by pioneer2000, 20 Sep 2019.

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Which iPhone 12 will you get?

  1. iPhone 12 mini

    54 vote(s)
    18.6%
  2. iPhone 12

    39 vote(s)
    13.4%
  3. iPhone 12 Pro

    93 vote(s)
    32.0%
  4. iPhone 12 Pro Max

    109 vote(s)
    37.5%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. Rooky007

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    what a charger ?
     
  2. Phemo

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    I'm sort of going from a standard 7 32GB to a 12 Pro 128GB. However, I have had other phones in between (8 Plus, X, XS Max, 11 Pro) but I sold my 11 Pro a little while back to clear the contract off while it was still worth a good amount. I've been using the 7 for long enough now though, over a month I think, so it's going to feel like a huge step up.

    That'll be quite an impressive leap too. Still got a 6 Plus lurking around here that is still quite usable after putting a new battery in it. The speed difference will be insane though :) iOS 12 to 14 will bring some nice new touches as well.
     
  3. Imy

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    As you're a 6 owner, do you know if I'd need a new sim for the 12? I remember back when I got mine sim card sizes were getting smaller and smaller.
     
  4. Phemo

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    You'll be fine, the iPhone 6 is nano SIM. Everything since the iPhone 5 has been nano SIM.
     
  5. Imy

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    Thanks :)
     
  6. Feek

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    This sim will fit but be aware that depending on how old it is, some things may not be supported. It was around that time that I had big problems when EE introduced WiFi calling and after weeks of them trying to get it to work on my account, the only way we managed it was to replace the sim. Everything else worked, just not WiFi calling. As soon as I put the new sim in, it sprang into life.
     
  7. Yas786

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    So I’m assuming that my old iPhone XS wall charger will not be compatible with the new iPhone charging cable?? But speaking to the lady at Vodafone she said it won’t be compatible as it’s a usb a rather than a usb c which is the new one.

    Not that it’s a huge deal as you no longer get a charger in the box, only £20 to get a new one.
     
  8. icey_haj

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    £20 that you shouldn't have to spend, but will boost Apples profits.
     
  9. Feek

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    Except the phones are cheaper this year.
     
  10. Rooky007

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    Yup when you got extra memory
     
  11. Yas786

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    Right ok...so rather than answer my question you decided to have a moan about paying £20 for a charger lol.
     
  12. Feek

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    The cable that comes with the new iPhone won't fit your old charger but your old cable will fit your new iPhone. You won't have to buy a new charger.
     
  13. Rooky007

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    Yup this the point I been trying to tell people lol. But I don’t use cable I use iq charger
     
  14. rIcK

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    Yep... got my 12pro ordered to replace my 11pro. I just do the upgrade and sell cycle basically every year, I like having a new battery and the latest tech along with a brand new unscratched screen. Most upgrades end up being fairly minor.
     
  15. Rooky007

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    I’ve gone from a 11 pro max to a 12 pro I wanted to back to standard size and that slight screen enlargement sent me back. Looking forward to it

    also the raw photo interest me too as I do photography with mirrorless.
     
  16. LiE

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    I opted for the MagSafe charger. I have a Belkin wireless charger but I’ve given that to my wife who just got her first wireless charging phone (Pixel 5).
     
  17. Ryan-3

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    I'm tempted by the MagSafe charger to update my charging pad. One thing I have just ordered from Amazon is the Spigen 27W USB-C charger, which is currently 50% off till the 20th, so works out at £7.79. :)
     
  18. Rooky007

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    Which MagSafe

    Anyone getting the Apple case abs mag wallet
     
  19. LiE

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  20. icey_haj

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    Except they're not, in the case of the best selling phone;

    iPhone 11 release price £729
    iPhone 12 release price £799

    This phone will make up the majority of sales and it's a significant increase when you also factor in the removal of the charger.