- iPhone 12 mini MagSafe charging is slower than iPhone 12, 12 Pro, and 12 Pro Max
- For iPhone 12 mini, the MagSafe charger delivers up to 12W power
- iPhone 12 mini is Apple’s smallest iPhone in the new lineup
iPhone 12 mini does not charge as fast as the iPhone 12, 12 Pro, and 12 Pro Max over the MagSafe charger. Apple’s smallest and most affordable flagship iPhone this year charges at just 12W over the new MagSafe charger, as per the company. This is slower than the 15W max output that MagSafe can offer to the other iPhone 12 models. While this sounds disappointing, the MagSafe charger will still charge the mini faster than a standard Qi wireless charger which maxes out at 7.5W. The iPhone 12 mini is yet to go on sale in India. The phone will start shipping from November 14th, with pre-orders starting from November 6th.
iPhone 12 mini price in India, specifications
The iPhone 12 mini price in India starts at Rs 69,900 for the base variant with 64GB storage, while its 128GB and 256GB options will cost Rs 74,900 and Rs 84,900 respectively. The smartphone comes in Blue, Green, Black, White, and PRODUCT[RED] colours.
Coming to the specifications, the iPhone 12 mini packs a 5.4-inch OLED display with 460ppi pixel density, HDR 10, HLG HDR support, and a notch atop for selfies and Face ID tech. The smartphone is driven by the A14 Bionic chipset and runs iOS 14 out of the box. Around the back, the iPhone 12 mini sports a squarish camera module that houses dual 12MP sensors, with OIS, 120-degree FoV, f/1.8, up to the 7 element lens, and 2x optical zoom – much like the iPhone 12. The front camera of the phone gets a 12MP f/2.2 True Depth sensor for selfies and video chats. The cameras are backed by a new smart mode (on the front camera as well), Smart HDR 3, night mode time-lapse, and more. Additionally, the smartphone is IP68 water and dust resistance certified and supports 5G.
The iPhone 12 mini, like all the other iPhones that Apple is currently shipping, comes minus the headphones and power adapter. Only the USB-C cable will be included in the box that still uses the Lightning port to charge iPhones.