After a lot of bits of gossip, Apple affirmed prior today that its new iPhone — probably the iPhone 12 — will be postponed by half a month because of the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
During the organization’s Q2 2020 earnings call, Apple’s senior VP and Chief Financial Officer, Luca Maestri, affirmed the turn of events:
Also, as you most likely are aware, a year ago we began selling new iPhones in late September. This year we anticipate supply to be accessible half a month later.
However, half a month of delay probably won’t hurt Apple seriously. Due to the pandemic, items have been postponed consistently, as supply chains probably won’t be running at their full limit.
A few reports from the most recent year and early this year had recommended that the new iPhone SE would show up in March. In any case, Apple propelled the eagerly awaited phone in April. The organization referenced during the earnings call the early performance of the new iPhone SE was solid.
In the interim, Google hasn’t yet propelled its mid-range Pixel 4a phone, however, it is reputed to dispatch one week from now. For setting, the Pixel 3a showed up in May a year ago.
Apple fans who have utilized iPhones for a considerable length of time, and are sitting tight for another one wouldn’t be irritated by a deferral of half a month. Also, if Apple conveys a strong item, people purchasing the iPhone for the first time wouldn’t mind it either.