Apple will be launching their next-gen iPhone in 2020, which at the moment is tentatively known as the iPhone 12. The iPhone 12 will come with a host of new features, but it seems that the features might be big enough where customers are apparently hold off on buying the iPhone 11, so much so that Apple could be cutting back on production.
This is according to Rosenblatt analyst Jun Zhang who claims that Apple might actually be considering scaling back on the production of the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max by as much as 25%. He also expects that demand for the iPhone 11 lineup will drop by as much as 60% quarter-over-quarter in March, where he thinks that this could be because customers will be holding out for the iPhone 12.
According to the rumors, the iPhone 12 could represent a huge change for Apple and could introduce a bunch of new features. One of the notable new features that could be coming to the iPhone 12 is support for 5G, which Qualcomm had more or less recently confirmed when they said that they were working with Apple to bring 5G as quickly as they can to the iPhone.
It is also rumored to come with an in-display fingerprint sensor in addition to Face ID. Also, recently, we have heard that Apple could introduce a larger battery which is always a welcome change. Take it with a grain of salt, but if you’re in no rush to upgrade, this could be worth waiting for.