'iPhone 12' starts at 64GB storage, ships to sellers on October 5 says leaker

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Contrary to previous reports, a new leak claims that the two lower-end "iPhone 12" models will come with the option for 64GB, instead of beginning at 128GB.

As expectation increases that Apple will unveil its new "iPhone 12" range on October 13, a new leak says that the company will be shipping phones to vendors from next week. The same leak also claims to confirm the capacities of the two lower-end models, the "iPhone 12 mini," and the "iPhone 12."

Regular leaker Jon Prosser goes on to say that both the "iPhone 12 Pro" and the "iPhone 12 Pro Max" will start at 128GB.

As well as expectation that Apple's announcement of the "iPhone 12" will be on October 13, it's also being rumored that pre-orders will begin shortly afterwards on October 16. The new name "iPhone 12 mini," is also being repeatedly reported in different leaks.