Apple is planning to introduce four new iPhone 12 models in October, reported Bloomberg’s Gurman. More details about the launch plans are not clear.
At Tuesday’s event, Apple had announced a lot of hardware, including the new Apple Watch Series 6 and new iPad Air. But unfortunately, Apple didn’t say anything about the iPhone 12 as most of the people were desperately waiting for that.
Usually, Apple is very strict about the launch of the yearly iPhone series in September. But according to the report, the COVID-19 pandemic has disturbed the Apple’s usual testing process, pushing back mass production and causing the company to delay the iPhone’s launch.
Apple didn’t reveal the release date of the upcoming iPhone series but it is confirmed that the series would be delayed in its earnings call.
Apple CFO Luca Maestri said:
“As we All know, last year we started selling iPhones in late September. And This year, we expect supply to be available a few weeks later.”
Also Read: iPhone 12 specs, release date, and price
As far as the specifications of the phones are concerned, Apple’s anticipated product iPhone 12 is expected to come with major upgrades like 5G compatibility, as well as an affordable 4G variant, A14 chip, improved cameras, and a larger battery.
The upcoming iPhones are expected to showcase a significant overhaul to Apple’s smartphone lineup, bringing a new design that resembles iPad Pro, new size options, and support for 5G.
Apple typically makes its upcoming phones available in the market for its fans within 7-10 days after its announcement as was the case with iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro in 2019, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max in 2018, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus in 2017, and iPhone 7 and 7 Plus in 2016. Every fan of the iPhone is waiting for its announcement. So, let’s see what will happen.