Purple iPhone 12 to be unveiled with AirTags

The new Purple iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini will come with iOS 14.5 out of the box, but Apple has secretly announced that this software update is likely to arrive before both phones hit store shelves

Apple will launch the Purple iPhone 12 phone on the 30th of April. The company announced the launch of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini models in an ‘all-new beautiful purple finish’ in a press release.

Prices, release dates, and new accessories have all been announced by the company. Naturally, the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini purple are not different from other versions in terms of hardware, and they have just added a new colour option to the attractive colour range of the iPhone. Of course, Apple has announced that buyers of the purple iPhone can also set the device accessories with the body color.

“The amazing iPhone 12 is the world’s most popular smartphone,” Apple’s Greg Joswiak wrote in a press release,” and the iPhone 12 family has an over 99 per cent customer satisfaction score.” “The new purple finish, just in time for spring, adds another bright and fun option to the range, and we think customers will love it,” he stated.

Design and Display

This stunning new colour joins the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini family, which includes an advanced dual-camera system, Super Retina XDR display, improved durability, A14 Bionic — the fastest chip ever in a smartphone — great battery life, and the best 5G experience on any smartphone, and is available in five other stunning finishes.”

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For example, you can now order a beautiful purple leather case for the MagSafe wireless charger or choose the phone’s silicone cover from the same colour range. All of these accessories can be ordered in the Apple Store from today.


Apple is reportedly launching the iPhone 12 and 12 purple mini as well as AirTags. Apple has introduced the purple version of the iPhone 12 and 12 mini, as well as a series of updates to its device, including a new accessory called the AirTag.

Purple iPhone will be available for order from April 20. The purple iPhone 12 will be available for purchase starting this Friday. 12 purple phones and iPhone 12 mini will be available from Friday, April 23 with the possibility of pre-ordering. It’s available for the Purple iPhone 12 and 12 mini, but there aren’t any new colour choices for the iPhone 12 Pro.

AirTag: Location Tracker 

AirTag is probably the most important update to Find My iPhone, as well as data that tells you exactly how close you are to a missing item. Apple said the AirTag will be available on the 30th of April for $ 29 and four packages for $ 99. AirTags are designed to connect to a bag and key and use Bluetooth as well as the latest known location. Apple has announced that AirTag will be available for iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 users.

Satisfactory Pricing

Apple believes that the iPhone 12 is the most popular phone in the world right now, and the family of this series has won the satisfaction of 99% of buyers. With this in mind, the people of Cupertino hope that the introduction of new colour options will be able to bring more fans to the iPhone. The 64GB and 128GB versions of the iPhone 12 Mini are currently priced at $ 649 and $ 699, respectively, and the 64GB and 128GB versions of the iPhone 12 are priced at $ 749 and $ 799, respectively.

Advanced Features

The new Purple iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini will come with iOS 14.5 out of the box, but Apple has secretly announced that this software update is likely to arrive before both phones hit store shelves. Although not included in the iPhone announcement, the following is found in the fine print of the Apple TV 4K announcement: “Requires iPhone with Face ID running iOS 14.5 or later, and is available for Apple TV 4K (1st generation and later) and Apple TV HD with tvOS 14.5.” Next week, these software updates will be available.

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iOS 14.5 is a significant update for iPhone users, bringing unlocking via Apple Watch (with Face ID being hampered by face masks), a brand-new Apple Podcasts experience with ad-free subscriptions, new emoji, and support for Apple’s new AirTag trackers. Within 24 hours of its release, you can expect my analysis and bug evaluation of iOS 14.5 to be completed.