Hey Apple Lovers, here is good news for you from the company, Yes The next-gen iPhone is all set to launch in September 2020. The three big tech giant Samsung, Apple and Google planning to launch a couple of devices by the end of holiday season. Apple may be able to deliver shipments of its next iPhone 12 sometime in September, according to an analyst note from Daniel Ives at Wedbush.
If any phone company has the leadership to handle this crisis, it’s Apple. While Steve Jobs was known as an innovator and creator, his successor Tim Cook previously led Apple’s tight supply chains and established Apple’s industry-leading distribution efficiency. Phones launching in the fall time frame should have been finalized and ready for manufacture by the early summer, so it is impressive to read reports in late June that Apple has managed to surmount the crisis that has been disrupting work for four months.
Bits of gossip point to four separate iPhone models or SKUs, and the following iPhone will feature 5G innovation, as per Wedbush. Just iPhones accessible on U.S. bearers will get the high-recurrence mmWave 5G organizing, presently being used principally on Verizon. That bodes well on the grounds that the rollout of mmWave systems has been exceptionally moderate and profoundly restricted to swarmed spaces. Apple has been wary in the past about receiving new system innovation. The iPhone hopped onto 4G LTE systems after most other significant producer leads were offering LTE support; Samsung sold LTE-skilled Galaxy gadgets for nearly 12 months before Apple’s iPhone bolstered the system.
Wedbush predicts a surge for Apple pushed along by “5G tailwinds.” Ives sees pent-up demand for an iPhone upgrade, and most of that demand will come from China. The Chinese market could account for 20% of the next round of iPhone upgrade customers. The company currently has a market cap value of $1.5 trillion, and it could be on track to become the first-ever $2 trillion company in 2021.
There is no date set for new Apple announcements, and Apple usually holds events in early September, after Samsung announces its fall lineup of Galaxy Note and Galaxy Fold devices.
Price and availability
The iPhone 12 is expected to be available by the third quarter of the year, meaning you can get the phone in your hand by end of September. Pricing for the iPhone 12 has leaked, and there may be a small price cut for some iPhone 12 models. According to a leak from Jon Prosser, the base model iPhone 12 will cost $650, which is $50 cheaper than the entry-level iPhone 11. That’s good news for those who want a high-powered iPhone at a relatively affordable price.
Next is the iPhone 12 Max, which will start at $750. Like last year’s flagships, the iPhone 12 Pro will cost $1,000, while the iPhone 12 Max will start at $1,100.
Under the hood, the iPhone 12 will feature some upgrades that you would expect — and some you wouldn’t.
The iPhone 12 will feature an upgraded A-series processor, likely to be called the Apple A14 Bionic chip. The new chip could be manufactured on TSMC’s cutting-edge 5nm foundry, and reducing the size of the processor pathways from 7nm to 5nm will result in better efficiency and more powerful processing. All four models of the iPhone will feature the chip, meaning that you’ll get similar raw performance from the high-end iPhone 12 Pro Max and the more budget-minded standard iPhone 12.
Apple generally refreshes the design of the iPhone every three years, and this cycle will bring some changes. After the iPhone X, iPhone XS, and iPhone 11 had similar designs, the iPhone 12 will represent a shift for the iPhone. It may even bring back some design elements from the much-loved iPhone 4 series.