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[* black] Like all phones, iPhones have drifted toward aadopted the "Normal is big, and big is ''really'' big" way of thinking. One size scheme. Butdoes not fit all though: some people have always lovedlong clamored for a return to phones the size of the 4, 5, and first-generation SEearly iPhones.
[* icon_note] Displaying fromWe collect phones regardless of their size, though. Here are a few lined up to compare. From left to right: the iPhone 4, SE 2020, 12 mini, 12, and 12 Pro Max for size comparisonMax.
[* black] While the 12 mini reminds us of simpler iPhone 5 times, there's still one thing Apple doesn't want to reminisce about: the headphone jack. You'll just have to plug your headphones into the Lightning port ... for now.
[* black] New to the iPhone 12 mini is the least-symmetrical iPhone speaker/microphone grill design ever! For a long time, an [guide|98975|equal number of holes flanked the lightning port|stepid=182764|new_window=true]. With the iPhone 12 mini, we're down to just two holes on the left side.
[* icon_note] Jony Ive might be disappointed, but fewer holes is ''technically'' better for ingress protection, though the difference here is probably negligible.
[* black] Like all phones, iPhones have drifted toward aadopted the "Normal is big, and big is ''really'' big" way of thinking. One size scheme. Butdoes not fit all though: some people have always lovedlong clamored for a return to phones the size of the 4, 5, and first-generation SEearly iPhones.
[* icon_note] Displaying fromWe collect phones regardless of their size, though. Here are a few lined up to compare. From left to right: the iPhone 4, SE 2020, 12 mini, 12, and 12 Pro Max for size comparisonMax.
[* black] While the 12 mini reminds us of simpler iPhone 5 times, there's still one thing Apple doesn't want to reminisce about: the headphone jack. You'll just have to plug your headphones into the Lightning port ... for now.
[* black] New to the iPhone 12 mini is the least-symmetrical iPhone speaker/microphone grill design ever! For a long time, an [guide|98975|equal number of holes flanked the lightning port|stepid=182764|new_window=true]. With the iPhone 12 mini, we're down to just two holes on the left side.
[* icon_note] Jony Ive might be disappointed, but fewer holes is ''technically'' better for ingress protection, though the difference here is probably negligible.
[* black] [guide|137669|As is the case for the other iPhones 12|stepid=274745|new_window=true], a small mmWave window on the side marks the US models, while the EU adds a regulatory tribal tattoo.