If you are planning on upgrading your Apple iPhone this September, you better act quickly when the time comes. According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, the tech mega-giant is delaying the production of the rumored four models iPhone 12 series by a month.
As we all know, Apple launches are no stranger to production delays, as we have seen in prior years with the release of the X and XR handsets.
WSJ also reports that Apple will continue to produce new iPhones from July to September but to expect shortages towards the end of the year for those looking to upgrade devices during the Holiday season.
Here's what we know about the upcoming iPhone 12
Expected Name of the 2020 iPhone Lineup:
Apple has not officially named the new lineup "12" but if they stick to Apple fashion trending from the 2019 release of the iPhone 11 lineup of iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max we are pretty confident we will see more of the same in the 2020 list.
Design and Size Options:
According to leaked iPhone schematics, the 2020 iPhone is going retro displaying a metal frame similar to what we saw with the iPhone 4 and the iPad Pro. The design will also feature OLED displays, larger camera lenses, a more comprehensive antenna line for 5G capabilities, a smaller power button, and a shift of the SIM tray to the opposite side of the device, to name a few. Apple enthusiast Max Weinbach and Everything Apple Pro's YouTube post the design is only 70% done, so there is still room for more changes to come.
So far, circling the rumor mill surrounding the 2020 iPhone will come in three screen options 5.4-inch, 6.1-inch iPhone, and 6.7-inch iPhones, across four designs. Rumors hint that the 5.4-inch iPhone model will be very similar to the 2018 iPhone 8, and the while the largest of the models exceed the current size of the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Keep tuned in with us as we get more official details about the September 2020 release of the iPhone lineup.