Recently, Jon Prosser said that Apple will postpone the launch of the iPhone 12 scheduled for September to early October. It seems this will be done to respond to the new coronavirus production cycle influences.
Before the release of iPhone SE and MacBook Pro, Prosser had accurately disclosed relevant information. So there is every reason to think this is reliable as well.
Earlier, Guo Minghao said that the release time of this year’s new iPhone may be later than expected. It turns out two Apple product analysts/observers provide the same information. This also increases the reliability of this statement. But Foxconn said the launch should be on time. In some sense, this sounds more reliable because it is the iPhone’s main supplier. The Taiwan-based Foxconn struggled during the month of February after the outbreak of the new Coronavirus which delayed the return of hundreds of thousands of workers it needed to assemble iPhones and other electronic products in China.
According to previous news, 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 the 5G network and will sport OLED (organic light-emitting diode) panels.
Recently, some sources disclosed a number of details about the iPhone 12 series.
iPhone 12 Information
In terms of price, the iPhone 12 should cost $649 and $749; the iPhone 12 Max is priced at $749 and $849; the Apple iPhone 12 Pro will be available at $999 and $1099, respectively; the iPhone 12 Pro Max’s three versions will come for $1099, $1199, and $1399.
As for memory and storage, the operating memory of the iPhone 12 and 12 Max is 4GB, and the storage space has two versions of 128GB and 256GB; the operating memory of the iPhone12 Pro and 12 Pro Max is 6GB, and the storage space is 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB.
The iPhone 12 and 12 Max will come with rear dual cameras, and the iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max will feature a triple-camera module.
This week, we got some news claiming that the new iPhone will use Samsung’s and LG Display’s OLED panels. Moreover, Samsung will provide panels for three out of four new iPhones.