The coronavirus is currently active in many countries of the world and it is crippling businesses around the globe. According to a recent report from The Wall Street Journal, Apple is also suffering the effect of the virus. The report claims that Apple will delay its production of the iPhone 12 series by about a month. In addition, the company will also cut down the production orders by almost 20%.
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There have been numerous reports suggesting that Apple will delay the production of the iPhone 12 series. Recent speculations by analysts claim that the entry-level iPhone 12 may even be cheaper than the iPhone 11 (starting at $ 699). The iPhone 12 may have a starting price between $600 and $700. Report out of South Korea claims that the entry-level iPhone 12 uses a BOE screen. Thus, it has the advantage of a lower production cost.
Apple iPhone 12 series will come with a classic touch
According to an insider leak, the Pro model is a classic continuation of the iPhone 4 and iPhone 5. However, this phone will abandon the 2.5D glass and use flat glass instead. Nevertheless, we still treat this information as speculation because there is no confirmation. If it does not use a 2.5D glass, the overall feel will certainly change. Definitely, Apple will need to expunge some gestures from the edge of the screen. Simply put, if there is no 2.5D glass, it will be very uncomfortable for many users.
The iPhone 12 series will also come with the 5nm A14 Bionic processor which greatly improves energy efficiency. It will have a total of four models, including iPhone 12 (5.4 inches), iPhone 12 Plus (6.1 inches), iPhone 12 Pro (6.1 inches), and iPhone 12 Pro Max (6.7 inches).
The two iPhone 12 series will use dual rear cameras and thick aluminum alloy frames. However, the two iPhone 12 Pro series comes with triple cameras + LiDAR scanner, OLED screen, stainless steel middle frame, and thinner frame. According to reports, the 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch iPhone 12 will arrive in September, while the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 will be available in October.