Want to get the iPhone 12? Apple slashes prices after launch of latest models

The iPhone 12 with a 6.1in display is now priced at RM3,399 for the 64GB model instead of RM3,899. — AFP

Prices for the iPhone 12 models in Malaysia have been reduced following the launch of Apple’s latest range – the iPhone 13.

A check on the Apple Malaysia website revealed that the iPhone 12 mini with 5.4in display is now priced at RM2,899 (64GB), RM3,099 (128GB) and RM3,599 (256GB).

When the model was released last year, it was priced at RM3,399 (64GB), RM3,599 (128GB) and RM4,099 (256GB).

Meanwhile, the iPhone 12 with 6.1in display is now priced at RM3,399 (64GB), RM3,599 (128GB) and RM4,099 (256GB).

At launch, the iPhone 12 was priced at RM3,899 (64GB), RM4,099 (128GB) and RM4,599 (256GB).

Both the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini feature dual rear cameras, while the other two models – the Pro with 6.1in display and Pro Max with 6.7in screen– are no longer listed on the website.

Apple launched the iPhone 13 in four flavours – the mini with a 5.4in display starting at RM3,399; the iPhone 13 with 6.1in display from RM3,899; the Pro with 6.1in display from RM4,899 and the Pro Max with 6.7in display from RM5,299.

Its priciest model is the iPhone 13 Pro Max with 1TB storage priced at RM7,599.

The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini both come with dual rear cameras while the Pro models feature triple rear cameras. All models are powered by the latest A15 bionic chip.

Apple announced that pre-orders will start on Oct 1 with local availability expected to start from Oct 8.
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