Apple iPhone 12 will have a late launch, Apple confirmed. In September, Apple usually shows off its new mobile. Now, the latest revelation may provide a more definite time frame.
Apple will be able to unveil the iPhone 12 during the week of October 12 event. According to a tweet from the mobile leaker and the Front Page Tech host Jon Prosser. Preorders for the new iPhone will start that week, as well as devices beginning to ship the week of October 19.
As per his claims on the micro-blogging platform – Twitter, the launch event will take place during the week of October 12. However, according to him, the iPhone 12 will be available for preorder in the same week as the release. Prosser goes on to say that these events are now “in the framework” but could change as we approach them. Apple has reported that the latest 2020 iPhones will not be released in September, although Cupertino-based companies usually do so.
Apple did not respond immediately to a request for comments.
Prosser also said that the expected Apple Watch 6 could be revealed next to the new iPad in September, ahead of the new iPhones. Apple Watch 6 is speculated to feature SpO2 monitoring, the ability to monitor oxygen saturation in the blood, and more detailed sleep monitoring.
Prosser also set the dates for the next launches of Apple Watch and iPad. Prosser also said Apple would publish information about its forthcoming iPad and Apple Watch.
Other releases that Apple is preparing this year include the new iMac, AirPods Lab, HomePod 2 and HomePod Mini. However, the news that Apple is planning two different activities can not be dismissed. The mid-tier “iPhone 12” models will be unveiled in the first month. The top-tier “Pro” devices will be released in November.
Qualcomm, which offered Apple a 5 G processor for the new iPhone, stated earlier that there are possibilities of a delay in the global flagship phone launch. One of the causes is the downturn in earnings ventures for the 4th quarter of the year. However, we suggest treating this information with a pinch of salt and pepper.