Walmart and Apple bring festive joy with Apple’s compact iPhone 12 mini 5G sale


Walmart has started another incredible holiday sale. Together with Apple, the big box retailer is offering an incredible deal for the iPhone 12 mini 5G. This offer is available at $349 at Walmart till stocks last, so pick a phone at the earliest. The original price of the Apple iPhone 12 mini was $699 or $729 and more for an unlocked version, when it was released in 2020. So, this is a good deal.

The palm perfect compact phone has an Apple A14 Bionic powerhouse. It is 5G with 64GB. Its other features include Prepaid and Locked to Straight Talk. It has a 5.4 inch screen.

Although it is mandatory to activate the phone to Straight Talk which may not be as familiar to customers as the top three telecom firms, it must be noted that Straight Talk is owned by the telecom giant Verizon. This removes worries about coverage, speed and more that might be associated with a new carrier.

The iPhone 12 mini has good processing power. The dual camera is high performance and the screen is good. The battery life is less when compared with the iPhone 12 but so is the cost as it is both small and affordable. If you can splurge on an iPhone 12 it is good but if you are looking for a high performance phone at a reasonable rate, the iPhone 12 mini is a good deal.

For those customers who missed the Black Friday offers, which were better than the current ones, Walmart and Apple have come together to offer a good deal for the holiday season. As the Christmas carol goes…Tis the season to be jolly. So add extra joy to your life or to someone’s life by buying an iPhone 12 mini 5G or gifting an iPhone 12 mini 5G.

The Walmart website is also offering many other deals from Apple including deals on newer models as well as on Pro models. There are many new deals from Apple and Walmart for a range of iPhones so check the website and order it soon as deals will be available till stocks last.

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