Apple’s new iPhone is closer than ever as both the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are expected to land in the next couple of months. We’re expecting both devices – plus another two phones – to be announced in September this year.
September is normally when we see the new iPhone, but the Covid-19 pandemic will indeed change things for the iPhone 12 release date. In a Q3 2020 earnings call, Apple confirmed that the supplies of its next flagship phone are expected to arrive a few weeks after its usual late September release window. That’s all the official news we’ve heard, though it could be delayed later.
What’s set to change with the new iPhone? First up, you should expect four members of the iPhone 12 family, which will include the base handset as well as an iPhone 12 Max, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.
That’s similar to the iPhone 11 series, but includes a new handset line in there called the iPhone 12 Max. That’s likely to be a larger phone that’s a similar size to the iPhone 12 Pro Max, but it won’t feature such top-end specs.
Other leaks and rumors suggest there will be the debut of 5G technology on an iPhone and it may even see the biggest design change since the company adopted the notch in 2017.
The leaks are suggesting this will be one of the most exciting iPhone launches ever. While we don’t know much for certain yet, we do know it’s set to have iOS 14 and there are some facts that have been consistently leaked over the last few months.
Everything you need to know about the new iPhone is below including the expect design, the specs, our best idea of the price and much more. Plus, we’re constantly keeping it updated with the latest new iPhone leaks and rumors.
Latest iPhone 12 news: The iPhone 12 range will be delayed, Apple confirmed in a Q3 2020 earnings call. Supply of the phones will come a few weeks after the usual September release window of flagship iPhones.