Apple officially announces delay in launch of 5G iPhone 12 series

After In a record third-quarter report that aired Wall-Street expectations, Apple had some bad news to announce. During the conference call that followed the earnings report, the company’s Chief Financial Officer Luca Masri said, “As you know, last year we started selling iPhones at the end of September. This year, we hope to supply Will be available a few weeks later. “

Apple’s iPhone 12 line will launch in October or November

The comment means we can see 5G 2020 The iPhone 12 models launched in October or until late November. This is largely out of character for Apple which usually keeps everyone guessing that it will start shipping its latest iPhone model until it is unveiled. But yesterday, when reporting its fiscal third quarter earnings, chip designer Qualcomm said that 5G handset shipments would fall by 15% in the current quarter An anonymous customer was planning to delay the “global 5G flagship phone launch”. It didn’t take much detective work to find out that the anonymous customer was Apple.
Ever since Coronovirus started making its way around the world earlier this year, the buzz was that Apple may have to delay the launch of the iPhone 12 series. The company’s supply chain was running low at full-speed, and facilities operated by Foxconn had assembly lines, its top manufacturing partners, at 50% capacity because supplies were scarce. As the first calendar quarter drew to a close, Apple was able to reopen all of its retail stores in China, as they began closing in the US and the US Foxconn pushed its employee recruitment goals ahead of schedule.

In the past, Apple has had to release some iPhone models after September. The 2017 The iPhone X was not launched until November 3 of that year. The following year, The iPhone XR was not released until October 26, and last year was the first time since 2016 that all iPhone models were released in September.
We should see four new iPhones released this year, including the 5.4-inch iPhone 12, the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro, the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro and the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max. All four models will be powered by a 5nm A14 bionic chipset. “Pro” units will have 6GB of memory and storage options will start at 128GB. The premium variant will come with LiDAR depth sensor with wide, ultra-wide and telephoto cameras. First seen on the 2020 iPad Pro, the time-of-flight sensor will provide more accurate depth sensors for enhanced portraits and improved AR capabilities. We can see that the “Pro” model steals another feature from the iPad Pro at the 120Hz promotion refresh rate. It gives users smooth smooth scrolling and advanced animation for video games. At 120Hz, the display updates 120 times every second. However, there has been some speculation about whether the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max will actually include the feature.
The 2020 iPhone 12 series will also have a different design. Apple is replacing the rounded sides seen on the device since the 2014 iPhone 6 line that Apple first used with Apple IPhone 4 in 2010. Set your heart on one of the 5G iPhone 12 series models? You may have to get hold of a few extra weeks before purchasing one. And when you open and open the box, you can see that Apple has decided not to include the charging brick with the phone. While 2020 iPhones will support 20W fast charging, those who want to take advantage of faster charging speeds will need to purchase a separate 20W charger. In addition, Apple is also expected to drop wired earpods earphones from the iPhone 12 series boxes in an effort to increase demand for its wireless Bluetooth AirPods.

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