When will Apple launch its most awaited iphone12 series? Everyone is eagerly waiting for the launch of iPhone 12 series,it was expected to be launched in the month of September but has been delayed this year due to COVID-19 pandemic.
The iPhone 12 could launch in this second week of October. Apple is widely expected to unveil the iPhone 12 series in mid-October and start selling the new phones online in the days following the virtual event. This will be the first year when the new iPhones are announced so late, but 2020 is hardly a usual year.
The novel coronavirus pandemic impacted everything about everyday life, and that includes work on new products like the four iPhone 12 versions that Apple will soon introduce. Apple confirmed the late iPhone launch during its earnings call for the June quarter, without specifying the names of the new iPhones or the launch schedule.
iPhone 12 Pro & Pro Max Leaks
A series of leaks said the new iPhones would be unveiled on October 13th, a Tuesday, with a couple of the four phones supposed to go on sale on the first Friday after the online keynote. Those devices would hit stores on October 23rd, while the remaining two will need a few extra weeks to arrive.
According to the reports,iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini will release on October 23 , whereas, the iPhone 12 pro and iPhone 12 pro max will release in the month of November. We’ve been using the general iPhone 12 moniker to describe all four handsets, and a leak says the new series is indeed going to be called iPhone 12. What’s even better, the leak reveals the full names of each device.
Why Everyone is Waiting for iPhone 12?
The 2020 iPhones will deliver a significant design change and debut an equally significant feature. All phones will have OLED screens and flat-edged metal chassis similar to the iPhone 4/4s and the current iPad Pros. All handsets will also connect to 5G networks where available.
That’s why iPhone 12 makes the most sense as a name choice for this year’s handsets rather than iPhone 11s.
This wouldn’t be the first time Apple skips an “S” beat. We never had iPhone 7s or iPhone 8s phones — and there never was an iPhone 9, while we’re at it. iPhone X got its S generation, which featured a confusing XR model. But Apple fixed the naming scheme last year when it introduced the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max.