It’s relatively easy to know when the new iPhones will hit the market, and it seems that we have an answer with regards to the iPhone 12. We will probably be waiting longer than usual, and we know why.
According to Broadcom, the shipment will last until the end of 2020 – that’s three months less than usual. There will definitely be a delay. Broadcom is responsible for the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth chips that are found inside Apple’s phones.
Also, the electronics supplier stated that a major product from an extensive North American mobile phone customer” will release later than usual, and it’s probably all about Apple and iPhone 12.
So when is the release date?
Someone said that the release date would be the end of September, with some handsets going on sale in October. The models will start shipping at different points. A source stated that the cheaper 5.4-inch iPhone 12 and 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Max models will be here first and that the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro and the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max will hit the market later.
Given all the uncertainty we’re dealing with right now, we’re not sure Apple has it right either. We are still waiting to hear more about the release date of the device, and we will keep you posted.
What should I expect?
As we’ve learned, there will be 4 models: iPhone 12 (with 5.4 inches), iPhone 12 Max (with 6.1 inches), iPhone 12 Pro (with 6.1 inches), iPhone 12 Pro Max (with 6.7 inches). The prices would be of $649 (for iPhone 12), $749 (for iPhone 12 Max), $999 (for iPhone 12 Pro), $1,099 (for iPhone 12 Pro Max). All the models will have the same processor: A14 Bionic, and an OLED screen.