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A1 will offer the new iPhones, preorders of iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro begin on 23 October

As every year, users of the online store of A1 will have the opportunity to be among the first people in Bulgaria to own the latest models of iPhone.
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Telecom will offer the full range of this year's Apple smartphones, with the first available for pre-orders being the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro from October 23. The iPhone 12 mini variants as well as the flagship iPhone 12 Pro Max will join the campaign at a later date.

The new iPhone devices were expected with particular interest amid the development of 5G networks, as well as Apple's requests from earlier this year that they would also develop devices at more affordable prices for the general public. In view of this, there is no way but to comment on the technical characteristics of the presented models.

The well-known 11 series layout of the main cameras is preserved, but series 12 comes with a number of improvements. The main camera of the iPhone 12 is dual with a 12MP main sensor. The Pro and Pro MAX variants have triple cameras supported by additional sensors to achieve even greater precision in shooting.

All models have increased wetting and dust resistance. The iPhone 12 Pro is available in four colors — silver, graphite, gold and blue, and the iPhone 12 in five — black, white, red, green and blue. A clean design, the reinforcing metal frame and a display that occupies almost the entire face of the devices are the other distinctive features of the new iPhone 12.

What remains hidden from the eyes of users is the new A14 Bionic processor. Phones of the iPhone 12 series are the first devices with such a powerful processor. From Apple define it as the most powerful processor for a smartphone. It is a request for long service life of devices that can handle multiple tasks such as heavy and support future software updates.


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