Apple may launch new iPhone 12 lineup in 2 stages

Joanna Estrada
August 8, 2020

It also claims that peak shipments of boards for new iPhones are expected 2-4 weeks later than usual.

The upcoming iPhone 12 series is expected to include two premium variants. First off, thanks to Mr White - a leakster who can't really be called prolific but his posts are usually spot-on and direct from the assembly line - now comes the iPhone 12 display. However, Prosser reported that the company is mixing things up this year with the iPhone 12 unveiling event "currently scheduled for October, not September". Additionally, Kuo believes Apple will ship the new iPhone 12s without wired EarPods. Today we have a leaked image showing the display of the new iPhone inside and yes, it is really OLED, check it out.

Recently, famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo suggested that the iPhone 12 series models are not likely to come with wired EarPods and standard Type-C USB wall chargers inside the retail box.

Much is speculated about OLED screens reaching the entire iPhone 12 family, which will be announced later this year.

Last month, it was rumoured that the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max could have displays that support 120Hz refresh rate. This also confirms that Apple is not doing any experiment this year with the notch.

The tech giant is set to roll out four smartphones this year and sources within the supply chain revealed the two 6.1-inch models will hit the market first.

The popular leaker EverthingApplePro (@EveryApplePro) also shared two images of Magents which is going to be inside the iPhone 12's chassis. Thus Apple is countering this problem with a magnetic attachment, where strong magnets will help to correct the misplacing and will automatically adjust it on the optimal position on the charger. So what does this mean for iPhone 12? If you have anything to share about it, please do share it in the comment section!

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