Apple may not release iPhone 12 until October, whistleblowers say

Jon Prosser, an analyst, said Apple may not officially release the 5G-enabled iPhone 12 until October. Earlier,media reported that Apple is expected to release four iPhones this year: a 5.4-inch iPhone, a 6.7-inch iPhone and two 6.1-inch iPhones. All four iPhone models are expected to support a 5G network and all are equipped with OLED panels.

Apple may not release iPhone 12 until October, whistleblowers say

By convention, Apple usually holds an iPhone launch in September. But Mr Prosser said the company’s team was currently discussing the possibility of delaying the release of the iPhone in response to the impact of the new coronavirus on its supply chain.

Earlier, Tianfeng International analyst Guo Mingyu had said that this year’s new iPhone may be released later than expected, and Mr Prosser’s latest statement seems to confirm this.

In addition to providing some details about the iPhone 12 launch, Prosser shared some details about the rumored Apple Augmented Reality (AR) glasses, including names, prices, features and more.

Recently,media revealed a number of details about the iPhone 12 series, including the price, memory, camera and so on.

In terms of price,media have revealed that the iPhone 12 costs $649 and $749, the iPhone 12 Max costs $749 and $849, the iPhone 12 Pro is $999, $1099 and $1,299, and the iPhone 12 Pro Max is $1,099, $199 and $1399, respectively.

In terms of memory, the iPhone 12 runs with 4GB of iPhone 12 Max with 128GB and 256GB of storage, while the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max run 6GB of memory and the iPhone 12Pro Max have 128GB, 256GB and 512GB.

On the camera side,media reported that the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Max are rear-facing, while the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max are rear-facing.

This week, a report showed that this year’s new iPhones will use OLED panels from Samsung, LG Display and LG Display, with Samsung providing panels for three of the four new iPhones.