Exactly three weeks after the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro went on sale, their smaller and larger companions are also now officially available in over 35 countries around the globe. As usual, eager buyers in Australia and New Zealand were first in line to receive their new iPhones due to time zone differences. Next in line are countries in the APAC region, Middle East, Europe, and North America.
The 12 mini is the smallest, thinnest and lightest 5G phone on the market while the 12 Pro Max is Apple’s biggest iPhone ever with its 6.7-inch Super Retina XDR OLED.
Buyers in Brazil, South Korea and 25 other countries will have to wait a bit longer, pre-orders there begin on November 20 with actual sales going live on November 27. Those who did not pre-order either device can always try their luck at an Apple store in person. Apple is making sure to keep up with the times through the Express Storefront format which follows all COVID-19 safety protocols.
|Country||iPhone 12 mini||iPhone 12 Pro Max|
|Canada||CAD 979||CAD 1,549|
|Australia||AUD 1,199||AUD 1,849|
|Russia||RUB 69,990||RUB 109,990|
|UAE||AED 2,999||AED 4,699|
|Hong Kong||HKD 5,999||HKD 9,399||India||INR 69,900||INR 129,900|
If you factor in VAT onto US price then UK price would be £635
In India, Z fold 2 is actually worth the money. I can't say the same about the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Finally off the iPhone treadmill after 10 years. Apple's products have increased in price by 500% in that period. I'm out. Now using a cheap $59 crappy phone from Woolworths for the basics and keeping all my valuable data on a $499 iPad! ...