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Who’s ready for a new iPhone?

Tuesday, Apple will unveil four new editions of one of the best-selling U.S. consumer devices, in a virtual online presentation on Apple’s website and YouTube channel.

Instead of mid-September, when Apple traditionally introduces new iPhones, the company was forced to delay it, due to manufacturing delays in China caused by the COVID crisis.

The big news this year: connectivity to the new, emerging speedy 5G wireless networks, hence Apple’s title for the event “Hi, Speed.”

Apple enthusiast websites peg the four models as starting from $699 to $1,099, similar to the current lineup.

Apple’s next iPhone event (Photo: Apple)

According to MacRumours, the models will be named the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max and a newer, smaller model, the iPhone 12 Mini.

The Mini would have the smallest screen size in the bunch, at 5.4 inches, bigger than the