iPhone 12 to launch as per schedule, but future Apple products could be delayed
Claiming the news of COVID-19 outbreak that has overshadowed every industry and living style, it seems that the iPhone doesn’t seem to be dying out. As per our new report, that claims the iPhone 12 is well on track for its scheduled launch sometime in September; even if it comes at the cost of delays in the future Apple products.
According to a report, the 5G iPhone is still on schedule to launch this fall. As per the report, Apple's largest assembler, Foxconn, has resolved labour issues arising from the novel coronavirus pandemic and is back at normal seasonal capacity.
However, the report adds that this may impact the release of future releases by Apple. The company and its partners spend months or even years sourcing components around the world and any disruptions to that complex network could delay future devices. As such, while the preparations may be in place for iPhone 12 already, the wider impact of Covid-19 may end up seeing Apple having to adjust its release schedules for future products.
Talking about the device, in the past few days a lot of rumours has been heard about the upcoming iPhone from Apple. Apart from this, there have been other reports about the iPhone 12 too which claim to reveal quite a lot about the device. Earlier, we've read about how Apple is planning to make drastic design changes to the iPhone 12 as it plans to do away with the notch on the upcoming smartphone. This would fall in line with previous reports that Apple is looking to introduce a refreshed design with its new iPhones.
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