Spoiler alert: Last-minute leaks show iPhone 12, HomePod mini

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Apple's iPhone 12 event promises to be packed full of goodies.
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Want to get an advance glimpse of just about everything Apple plans to show off today at its “Hi, Speed” event? Thanks to leaker Evan Blass, now you can!

Blogger and phone leaker Blass posted images of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro variants in all available colors, alongside the new HomePod mini in both Space Gray and White options. Check them out below.

Apple will reportedly release four iPhones in total. These will include a 5.4-inch iPhone 12 mini and 6.1-inch iPhone 12. These will be available in black, white, red, blue and green. According to Blass, this is what they will look like (note: image shows an iPhone 12 mini.)

iPhone 12 mini in all available colors
Which is your favorite?
Photo: Evan Blass

Apple will also launch the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max. These devices, 6.1-inches and 6.7-inches respectively, will be available in gold, silver, graphite and blue. Aside from the colors, notable differences from the regular iPhone 12 will be a bigger base storage model (128GB instead of 64GB) and triple lens camera setup, with LiDAR sensor. Again, according to Blass:

iPhone 12 Pro
Check out those beautiful premium finishes.
Photo: Evan Blass

Finally, Blass showed off images of the HomePod mini in both Space Gray and White options. This smaller smart speaker is expected to take on the Amazon Echo Dot end of the market. It could also, according to reports, be an Ultra Wideband hub which could make it a valuable smart home component. Here it is:

AirPods mini in both colors
Tada! What do you think?
Photo: Evan Blass

Blass did not share images of the wireless charging pad Apple is rumored to be showing off later today. But, hey, there are still a few hours to go until the event!

How to follow today’s Apple event

As always, we’ll be covering Apple’s live event here at Cult of Mac with plenty of breaking news and analysis along the way. For more information about how to watch the event live, check out our “how to” post here.

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