Are iPhone 12 mini, HomePod mini the Perfect Apple Devices for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max pre-orders are live, and with it, Apple has also listed prices of the MagSafe Duo wireless charger, leather sleeves, and leather cases for the new iPhone 12 range on Apple Store. The MagSafe Duo wireless charger was announced during the iPhone 12 launch event, but its pricing and availability was not known back then. Now, the pricing of the MagSafe Duo wireless charger has been listed on Apple Store, but its availability is still not known.The MagSafe Duo wireless charger is priced at Rs. 13,900 in India and $129 in the US. The charger is still listed as ‘coming soon’ on Apple Store with no exact date announced for availability. Unlike the MagSafe charger, the MagSafe Duo enables users to charge the iPhone and the Apple Watch simultaneously. The regular MagSafe charger is priced at Rs. 4,500 in India and $39 in the US. The charger box has a USB Type-C cable inside, but the adapter will have to be purchased separately.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Alongside the iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max pre-orders, leather sleeve case options for the new iPhone range have also gone live on Apple Store. These leather sleeve options are priced at Rs. 12,900 in India and $129 in the US. The sleeves are offered in Product Red, Saddle Brown, Pink Citrus, and Baltic Blue colour options.Similarly, leather cases of iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max have also been listed on Apple Store for $59 in the US and Rs. 5,900 in India. These cases are listed in Baltic Blue, California Poppy, Saddle Brown, Black, and Product Red. Both the leather sleeve and leather case support MagSafe.Apple began taking pre-orders of iPhone 12 mini and the iPhone 12 Pro Max on November 6, while iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are already on sale. iPhone 12 mini is the cheapest in the range, starting at just Rs. 69,900, while iPhone 12 Pro Max is the most expensive, starting at Rs. 1,29,900.- Advertisement –
“John is the right man at the right time to lead the Antelope Valley office.” Nantroup has been assistant head deputy of the Antelope Valley office since January2006. He is replacing Deputy District Attorney Kerry White, who will become head deputy of the Pasadena office. Nantroup will supervise a staff of 45, including 30 prosecutors. “I’m honored that he has given me the responsibility for looking after this community for him,” Nantroup said. Since joining the office in 1990, Nantroup has worked in the juvenile division, the Van Nuys and San Fernando branches, the Hardcore Gang Division and the Target Crimes Division. In Target Crimes, he was deputy in charge of the elite Crimes Against Peace Officers Section, which handles murders and violent assaults against police officers. “There are no regular prosecutors in that unit. It’s a very high-pressure and high-profile unit,” Nantroup said. Nantroup also served on the 2004 Jailhouse Witness Protection Task Force and a 2006 prison crimes committee. Nantroup said the Antelope Valley faces some of the same crime problems as the rest of the county but also has some unique issues. “For one thing, the gang problem is not as defined geographically or by gang. Sometimes they have ad hoc gangs where they clique up,” Nantroup said. Born in San Pedro, Nantroup worked as a coppersmith pipefitter at the Terminal Island shipyards while attending community college. His frustration with crime led him to pursue a career in law enforcement, serving on the Culver City police force from 1976 to 1987. “You hear about crime and see crime and people being victimized, and it would make you angry that this is happening,” Nantroup said. “It was kind of idealistic. You want to make a difference and protect people.” A back injury while on the job forced Nantroup to retire, however, so he turned his attention to becoming an attorney and prosecutor. He received his bachelor’s degree in management from the University of Redlands in 1987, and then he obtained a law degree in 1990 from the University of Southern California Law School. Nantroup has been married 25 years and lives in Ventura County. The couple has two grown daughters. firstname.lastname@example.org (661) 267-5744 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LANCASTER A former pipefitter and Culver City police officer, Deputy District Attorney John Nantroup will take over as head of the Antelope Valley District Attorney’s Office at the end of the month. Nantroup, 53, was named head deputy by Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley, who himself led the Antelope Valley office from 1984 to 1992. “John has an impressive record as a trial deputy and an especially strong record prosecuting hard-core gang cases,” Cooley said in a statement. “During the last 15 months, he has become familiar with the Antelope Valley, its people and its unique challenges.