iPhone 12 bad news: release date could even be much later than we thought

iPhone 12 bad news release date could even be much later than we thought
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Apple’s iPhone 12 won't launch until late November, a report from Cowen investment bank has claimed, with the coronavirus crisis responsible.

We’ve heard various rumours and murmurings that the iPhone 12 launch might be delayed, potentially being pushed back from its normal September launch window into October. But this report, via GizChina, adds yet one more month to the wait.

Travel restrictions, factory closures, and closed borders have made it hard for Apple’s employees to figure with others in China and acquire the iPhone 12’s production ship-shape for September and October. 

However, a month’s delay is arguably not an enormous delay for Apple. the corporate remains predicted to be making four models of the iPhone 12. It's just that Apple fans may need to attend slightly longer before they're getting to urge their hands on a handset. “A shift within the timing by a month or two isn't material within the top of the day,” the Cowen report noted. 

Apple isn't exactly short on cash, so it can weather a month’s delay. and thus the Cowen report said that shipments of the iPhone SE 2020, Apple’s answer to the likes of the Pixel 3a, are predicted to be strong throughout the year. 

When the iPhone 12 does arrive it’s expected to return in four screen sizes: a 5.4-inch iPhone 12, a 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Max, a 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro and a 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max model. All four devices will feature OLED displays and 5G connectivity, but the professional models will reportedly feature fast 120Hz refresh rates.

You can also expect two rear cameras on the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Max, while the professional handsets are expected to return with a triple rear-camera array complimented with a LiDAR sensor for better portraits and enhanced performance in iPhone AR apps.

The iPhone 12 Pro models are also expected to use Y-OCTA displays from Samsung, which inserts the touch sensors layer into the display allowing a potentially slimmer and lighter handset. 

We’ve still got several months to work out if all of those rumours come to fruition. within the meantime, inspect our iPhone 12 hub to work out all the leaks in one place.

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