Apple is planning to launch its iPhone 12 lineup, but the mass production of the device will be delayed by a month
The delay of the mass production is due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. According to the news report, the company is also slashing the number of iPhones it will be making in the second quarter (Q2) of 2020 by 20%.
Apple originally unveiled the newly advanced iPhone sometimes in September last year. Though one month does not sound concrete enough to impact the time frame, one model might not be made available for pre-order until October or November.
According to analyst Ming Chi-Kuo, the company is planning four 5G-enabled iPhones, including one 5.4-inch model, two 6.1-inch models, and one 6.7-inch model. All four models are expected to feature OLED displays, flatter edges like recent iPad Pro models, and a smaller notch. High-end models are also expected to feature a LiDAR sensor.