The new Apple iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max have been announced. Here's how much you should expect to pay for each if you live in Australia.
With last year’s iPhone 11 Pro still considered by many to be the reigning champ in the mobile space and a general downturn in the market for premium smartphones, there was a lot riding on the reveal of this year’s new iPhones for Apple.
While the biggest tangible additions to the formula here comes in the form of 5G connectivity and the new A14 processor, the entire range also benefits from a new iPad Pro-esque look and Ceramic Shield screen protection tech.
In Australia, prices for the iPhone 12 start at AU$1349 and the device is available in three sizes: 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. Apple says the device will go on pre-order on the 16th of October and launch on the 23rd.
In Australia, prices for the iPhone 12 Mini start at AU$1199 and the device is available in three sizes: 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. Apple says the device will go on pre-order on the 7th of November and launch on the 13th.
In Australia, prices for the iPhone 12 Pro start at AU$1699. The device comes in three sizes - 128GB, 256GB and 512GB - and will go on pre-order alongside the iPhone 12 on October 16th ahead of an October 23rd launch.
In Australia, prices for the iPhone 12 Pro start at AU$1849. The device comes in three sizes - 128GB, 256GB and 512GB - and will go on pre-order alongside the iPhone 12 Mini on November 7th ahead of a November 13th launch.
On A Plan
The price of getting an iPhone 12 on a postpaid plan through Telstra starts at $92/month for a 36-month contract or $111/month for a 24-month contract.
We arrived at this number by simply taking the RRP of the iPhone 12 ($1349), dividing it by the number of months and then adding on the price of Telstra's cheapest phone plan ($55). Obviously, if you opt for more data or on-board storage, that number will go up but it’s a good measure of where to set your expectations when it comes to telco pricing for the new iPhone.
Check out the widget below for a round-up of plans for the device: