Today, the Wall Street Journal has reported that Apple is a month behind its normal schedule, meaning that iPhone 12 will most likely suffer a delay, and will be launched later than the September, as usual, caused by the delayed supplies coming in.
The Wall Street Journal is not the first publication to report the delay, as their claim backs up Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s article, talking about the same delay. As not only the supplies are delayed, but also the Apple engineers cannot fly to China during the pandemic, it is normal to notice delays when it comes to the new products everyone is excited about.
As leakers claimed, Apple is going to launch 4 new iPhone 12 models this year, including a 5.4-inch model, 6.7-inch model and 2 6.1-inch models.
The Wall Street Journal has also reported that Apple has cut its build estimates for the 4th quarter of the 2020 for as much as 20%.
The new iPhone 12 is said to feature 5G cellular networking, will adopt LiDAR scanner, as already seen on the 2020 iPad Pro and will have deeper AR integrated apps, and the latest confirmed A14 processor.