If you’re wondering when the iPhone 12 will be announced, and when it may go on sale, there’s another rumor to add to the growing list. According to the latest report, production of the iPhone 12 models with a 6.1-inch screen will begin in July and August, later than previous years when production often began around June. Apple may not meet the usual September launch if this is accurate, and may delay the launch by a month. The news comes from DigiTimes, a publication with strong ties to the supply chain used by major phone makers, but a somewhat spotty history with accuracy for its product leaks and rumors. However, it’s better placed for rumors of this type, and as there is considerable uncertainty surrounding the future launch of the iPhone 12 series, any and all dates and rumors carry weight. The report says the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 models will be the first to hit the manufacturing lines, ahead of the other new models expected in the range with different screen sizes. Due to the later than usual production, DigiTimes predicts an October launch rather than one in September. The iPhone 12 Max and iPhone 12 Pro are both expected… Read full this story
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