The new iPhone 12 range of smartphones was expected to launch in September, although yesterday we heard that Apple were considering delaying their launch for a couple of months due to the coronavirus outbreak around the world.
According to a recent report by Digitimes, who have apparently received information from Apple’s supply chain, things are still on track for a September launch.
Taiwan’s PCB makers in the supply chain of 5G iPhones have denied reports claiming they have been asked to postpone volume production by two months in line with a likely launch delay for Apple’s new-generation devices amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to industry sources.
Of course as we heard yesterday, Apple is considering delaying the launch of the new iPhone 12 smartphones by a couple of months. If they have not come to a final decision about this as yet, then there would be no reason for them to inform their supply chain about a possible delay.
We are expecting to see four new models of the 5G iPhone this year, The standard models will come with a 5.4 inch and 61 inch display and the Pro models will come with a 6.1 inch and 6.7 inch display.
They are expected to get a number of design changes over the current handsets and Apple may ditch the notch completely from the devices.