Apple is known for announcing its new iPhones in September each year. Just has the COVID-19 outbreak has affected many businesses, the arrival of the next-generation iPhone 12 series has been reportedly delayed by two months. A fresh report from Cowen Investment Bank states that the iPhone 12 series may debut in November.
A previous report had claimed that there could be 1-month delay in the launch of the new iPhones. However, the new report speculates November arrival for the iPhone 12 lineup. The report also states that there will be a reduced production for the upcoming iPhones in Q2 2020. The production is likely to go down by 13-percent. The Cupertino-based company is expected to produce 35 million units in the said quarter.
Rumors surrounding the iPhone series have revealed that the company may launch four variants in the iPhone 12 series. There an iPhone with a 5.4-inch display and the largest model will have a 6.7-inch display. It is speculated that there will be two 6.1-inch models. All the iPhone 12 models are expected to sport with OLED panels with reduced notches and they are expected to arrive with 5G connectivity support.
The Apple A14 chipset built with a 5nm process is rumored to power the iPhone 12 models. The 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch editions are expected to come with 4 GB of RAM. The higher 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch iPhone 12 models are expected to arrive with 6 GB of RAM.
The iPhone 12 series may arrive with a base storage of 64 GB. The highest variant may offer users with 512 GB of storage. The topmost model is expected to house a big battery of 4,400mAh capacity.