Attractive trade-ins and deals for the iPhone 12 Pro Max

Attractive trade-ins and deals for the iPhone 12 Pro Max

Apple fans all over the country are going gaga since the “Hi, Speed” launch event yesterday (October 13). Given the global circumstances, Apple was unable to hold a live event, followed by a hands-on. Yet, Tim Cook and the rest of the iPhone crew left the digital audiences awestruck with a pre-recorded, breathtaking launch of the latest iPhone 12 Pro Max 5G.

What we saw

The event featured the new iPhone 12 series, MagSafe technology, cases to go with the smartphones, a leather wallet, and the HomePod mini. The best part of the event? Apple offers deals at some of the most attractive prices, especially with the all-new Apple A14 Bionic chip and the 5G functionality across the iPhone 12 line-up. For those of you looking to purchase the best version of the iPhones, the iPhone Pro Max can be the “Apple” of your eye.

About the iPhone 12 Pro Max

The iPhone 12 Pro Max comes with a massive 6.7 inch Super Retina XDR OLED display with systemwide color management, offering a better color and viewing experience. The Pro series of the iPhone 12 also features the all-new LiDAR Scanner that’s capable of measuring light distance and using pixel depth information of a scene. The iPhone 12 mini features a more compact screen size of 5.4-inches, while the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro feature 6.1-inch panels. There’s a design for everyone!

iPhone 12 Pro Max 5G deals

The latest iPhone 12 Pro Max will be available in three variants: 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB at $1,099.00, $1,199.00, and $1,399.00, respectively. AT&T also offers attractive monthly payment deals as low as $13.30/mo. over 30 months after trade-in and AT&T bill credits. Verizon users can get the iPhone 12 Pro Max for $27.45/mo. over 24 months after trade-in and Verizon bill credits. Note that these deals aren’t up on their websites yet, but they will be soon.

The rest of the “table-spread”

The iPhone 12 Mini is available for a starting price of $30.37/mo., the iPhone 12 for 34.54/mo., and the iPhone 12 Pro for $41.62/mo. If you’re getting a new iPhone 12, check out the cool new accessories too. Pro-tip: The pacific blue is a gorgeous color you should look out for in the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

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