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  • Frequent leaker Evan Blass has posted official-looking iPhone 12 series renders.
  • The images also show off the iPhones in various colorways.
  • All four models sport sizeable notches.

The Apple iPhone 12 series is due to be unveiled later today, and we’ve already seen a few apparent leaks in recent weeks. The info drops aren’t stopping yet though, as the biggest leak yet may have dropped.

Veteran leaker Evan Blass has posted official-looking renders of the iPhone 12 series, showing four models in various colorways. The four models, as previously leaked, are the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max.

The iPhone 12 Mini is available in black, blue, green, red, and white. Check out the phone in its various color options below.

The standard iPhone 12 shares the Mini’s colorways of black, blue, green, red, and white. It also looks like the two phones

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Apple’s new iPhones are expected to change from the iPhone X-like design of the past three years.


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Apple’s next iPhone may come in blue, according to a last-minute rumor from well-known device leaker Evan Blass, who posted that tidbit to the internet shortly before the company’s digital event, being held Tuesday at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET.

In his post on the app Voice, which pitches itself as an alternative social network to Twitter that authenticates people are real, Blass showed off what appear to be Apple marketing images for the iPhone 12 Pro Max. He said the phones would come in blue, gold, graphite and silver. Apple didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

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Apple’s iPhone 12 series launches in less than two days, but excitement about their release has been curtailed following multiple leaks detailing design compromises and cost cutting. But the biggest fear was just crushed. 

MORE FROM FORBESNew iPhone 12 Exclusive Reveals Stunning Apple Design Decisions

Following leaks that Apple will equip the iPhone 12 range with smaller batteries than their predecessors, prolific industry insider Max Weinbach has confirmed “finalized and revised” information about the models, revealing they will somehow deliver better battery life than the iPhone 11 series. This is massive news, given poor battery life is a deal breaker for many users.

Weinbach, via his PineLeaks account, states that iPhone 12 upgraders should “expect at least a 1 hour battery life increase for the Pro models”. This is a remarkable achievement considering they also have

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As we get closer to the Oct. 13 iPhone 12 launch date, the leaks just keep on coming. The latest, from leaker Kang, confirms that Apple will release four phone sizes within the iPhone 12 lineup, all with 5G support. The leak also touched on price and release date, among other details. We’ve summarized all the rumors and leaks below. Until Tuesday’s virtual Apple event (which you can watch live from home starting at 10 a.m. PT, 1 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. BST), all we can do is speculate.



The current iPhone 11. Angela Lang/CNET


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The current iPhone 11. Angela Lang/CNET

While we usually see new flagship iPhones in September, the COVID-19 outbreak has forced suppliers in China to shut down or operate on limited capacity. This affected not only Apple’s inventory in September, but it may affect sales, too. Apple also closed its US retail stores,

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The latest leak thickens the plot

October 10, 2020 | technology | No Comments

At a virtual event on Tuesday, Oct. 13, Apple is expected to reveal the iPhone 12. We’ve heard a lot of rumors about the new phone’s specs, price and potential 5G features, as well as the new phone’s charging capabilities. We expect that the iPhone 12 will feature wireless charging, as every iPhone has integrated that since the iPhone 8. But on Friday, leaker Kang posted on Chinese social media site Weibo that Apple will also introduce a magnetic iPhone MagSafe charger, using the same branding as the magnetic charging cables found in its older MacBook laptops. 



a close up of electronics: The iPhone 12 is rumored to have wireless charging, and possibly reverse charging. Andrew Hoyle/CNET


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The iPhone 12 is rumored to have wireless charging, and possibly reverse charging. Andrew Hoyle/CNET



a stereo sitting on a blue surface: The iPhone 12 is rumored to have wireless charging, and possibly reverse charging. 


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The iPhone 12 is rumored to have wireless charging, and possibly reverse charging. 


Read more: All the iPhone 12 rumors you need to know

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Xiaomi Mi10T Mi10T Pro Leaked Renders
  • Specs and renders of the Xiaomi Mi 10T, Mi 10T Pro have leaked.
  • Both phones are identical, except for their primary cameras.
  • The new smartphone series will launch on September 30.

Update: September 28, 2020 (5:58 AM ET): Folks over at WinFuture have now leaked some more renders of the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro. The publication has also confirmed the leaked specs mentioned in the original article below.

Citing a tipster we’ve not used as a source before, the WinFuture writes that the vanilla Mi 10T could be priced at €499 (~$581), while the Mi 10T Pro with 128GB storage could cost €599 (~$697) and its 256GB model could come in at €649 ($756).


Original article: September 28, 2020 (1:06 AM ET): The Xiaomi Mi 10T series will launch globally on September 30. Ahead of the reveal, specs and renders of the Mi 10T and Mi

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We’ve asked Microsoft for comment, although it already said it was “investigating the matter.” The Verge claimed the code was legitimate, with Ronin Dey and others also supporting those beliefs (via Windows Central).

One version of the code leak also includes code for MS DOS, Windows CE, Windows Embedded and Windows NT, although those aren’t believed to be new leaks. Experts talking to ZDNet believed the new leaks came from academia, which has long had access to Windows source code to help bolster its security.

This won’t necessarily lead to security issues on par with the WannaCry ransomware attack. While WannaCry exploited Windows XP flaws, the campaign succeeded in part due to poor security policies. No amount of source code will change that, especially if it doesn’t include later XP releases. Microsoft also ended regular support for Windows XP in 2014, limiting any help to organizations with special contracts.

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