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Pre-orders for the first iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro begin to arrive to customers worldwide

As the clock shifts worldwide to October 23, pre-orders for the first iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPod Air have begun to arrive for buyers. This means that the new devices will be officially available for purchase and pick up at Apple stores in many countries.

Interested iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro users have taken to Instagram and Twitter to share new pictures of their devices. Both devices are available in new colors, so we are curious to see how those new colors look in the real world.

Apple stores this year are a little different to the iPhone 12 release than previous years due to the COVID-19 epidemic. We have reported before Apple has changed its retail strategy this year to ensure customer and employee safety, including the concept of picking up a new Express Storefront.

For this year’s iPhone 12 launch day, Apple stores are almost focused on taking pre-placed online orders. As such, many who pre-order their iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro for in-store pickup are beginning to see their order level change in the Apple Store app as “pickup ready”.

The iPhone 12 is available in five different colors: Black, White, Product (RED), Green and Blue. The iPhone 12 Pro is available in four different colors: Pacific Blue, Gold, Graphite and Silver.

In terms of price, the iPhone 12 starts at 29,829 for 64GB storage (or 99,799 for Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T). You can upgrade to 128GB configuration for $ 879 (49,849 for Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T companies) or 256GB for up to 9,799 (49949 for Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T companies).

On the other hand, the iPhone 12 Pro sells for 99,999 for 128GB of storage, 99,099 for 256GB of storage, and 99,299 for 512GB of storage.

The iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max will be available for pre-order from November 6th, with orders and in-store availability starting November 13th. Take a look at some iPhone 12 pictures below, let us know when your device is coming, or if you have any stories of your Apple Store experiences in the comments below.

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