It’s no secret that Apple is working on a new flagship series of phones for this year. Expected to be called the iPhone 12, these new phones are now being said to have been delayed by at least two months. This comes obout because of the Coronavirus pandemic and they will be launched in November this year.
This information comes courtesy of Cowen investment bank. They claims the iphone 12 series launch will be delayed by at least two months. It will take place in November — as opposed to being launched usually in mid-September. This comes after previous reports had estimated a 1-month delay to the launch and mass production timeframes of the device.
Interestingly, the report also predicts a 13 per cent lower production output for this time of the year. Now at a combined 35 million unit production output in Q2 2020. If these predictions do come true, it will be bad news for Apple as delays and decreased production of units is sure to translate in some losses for Apple this year.
But regardless of the iPhone 12 series being delayed, it cannot be denied that the upcoming phones are arguably one of the most awaited ones of this year. The new iPhones from Apple are tipped to come in multiple sizes. A non-Pro 5.4-inch model for example, a non-Pro 6.1-inch model and a Pro 6.1-inch model and a Pro 6.7-inch model set to populate the list.
The iPhone 12 is expected to get 120Hz ProMotion display. This feature is being tipped to be exclusive to the 6.1 and 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro phones. Reports claim that the ProMotion screens will feature dynamic refresh rate. Switching allowing them to switch between 60Hz and 120Hz depending on the task at hand.