Over the past several years, the smartphone market’s definition of the word “flagship” has changed dramatically. Because of the rate of change and conservative ways in which the biggest names in smartphone brands advance their AAA phones, brands like OnePlus have been allowed to creep up and create “flagship killer” phones. Brands like Huawei, Xiaomi, and OPPO have captured massive amounts of new buyers over the past half-decade, as smartphone ownership saturates the earth and turnover becomes the name of the game. Here in 2020, Apple seems to have decided they’re ready to remember what “flagship” truly means for a highest-end mobile device.
Information on the iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12, Max, and iPhone 12 Pro Max is all unofficial until Apple says the word – as it’s always been with information on smartphones revealed before their creator makes it so. Information presented in this article was gathered from a variety of sources, most of which were insider sources who wished to remain anonymous. As such, everything could change!
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