Apple confirmed the delay in the launch of the iPhone 12 series in its Q2 2020 (third fiscal quarter) earnings call. Now, a report has revealed more details about the same. Accordingly, the American tech giant will begin shipping its latest iPhone in a phased manner.
A new report by DigiTimes (via MacRumors) will delay the launch of the iPhone 12 series model. Of the four expected models, two phones will be made available first, with the remaining two phones after a few weeks.
Apple is said to have introduced four iPhone 12 series handsets this year in various sizes 1 x 5.4-inch, 2 x 6.1-inch, and 1 x 6.7-inch. According to the report, 6.1-inch models will be available first as suppliers begin to ship SLP (substrate-like PCB) mainboards. Whereas, the SLP for the other two models will start shipping by suppliers from late August.
This clearly indicates the 6.1-inch iPhone model to ship to customers earlier than the other two models. Both of these phones are expected to have a high end version with triple camera setup and low end version with dual camera module respectively.
According to previous reports, all 2020 iPhone 12 models will have support for 5G powered by a 5G chipset. Also, all these will sport OLED displays.