Back in July, Apple confirmed that the iPhone 12 would be delayed by a few weeks. However, the company stopped short of mentioning when exactly. However, it seems that we might have a timeframe to look forward, at least that’s according to a report from Macotakara who cites information from Chinese suppliers.

According to the report, they are claiming that the iPhone 12 will be launching in the second half of October. We had previously heard that the iPhone 12 could launch in October, but we did not know when, and now thanks to this report, it looks like the dates have narrowed down a bit, although we still do not have the specifics just yet.

Apple still has a bunch of products that they have yet to announce. This includes the Apple Watch Series 6, new iPads, and we have heard that the company is also planning on finally unveiling its much-rumored AirTags tracking accessory, which will apparently also take place alongside the iPhone 12 in October.

Take this report with a grain of salt for now, but given that we’re almost in September and there’s still no official word from Apple yet, it’s starting to look like an October launch is becoming a greater possibility.

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