Apple will reportedly first launch two 6.1-inch iPhone models initially and then later introduce the small 5.4-inch iPhone model and the large 6.7-inch iPhone. The report says that shipment of components for the 6.1-inch devices have already kicked off, whereas the other two devices will see shipment kick-off in late August.
While the tech world was anticipating the debut of the iPhone 12 family sometime in September, Qualcomm has suggested a slight delay in its launch. The San Diego-headquartered chipmaker in its earnings report for the third quarter of this year noted that its projection for the fourth quarter that covers the period between July and September includes “a partial impact from the delay of a global 5G flagship phone launch.”
Apple today confirmed that the launch of its new iPhone models would be a little delayed from the typical September schedule. CFO Luca Maestri stated the delay during an earnings call with investors that provided details around the company’s June quarter results.
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Apple is rumoured to have the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max in the pipeline with a Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) sensor. This new sensor would sit alongside the triple rear camera setup that is likely to include wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle, and telephoto shooters.
Flagship iPhone models that will come with 5G support are reportedly on track for production despite the disruptions in supply chain from coronavirus pandemic.
The iPhone 12 Pro Max is also reported to come with a quad camera setup at the back. It will most likely look like – a Time of Flight 3D sensor, a wide-angle sensor, a telephoto lens, and an ultra-wide angle sensor.
iPhone 12 variants by Apple could pack a world-facing 3D camera or Time-of-Flight (ToF) camera to its rear camera setup. This will add more depth to photos, and more importantly enhances AR experience.