One of the rumors surrounding the upcoming iPhone 12 is that Apple might not be including accessories with the smartphone. We expect that the iPhone 12 will still come with a charging cable, but the rumors are claiming that the iPhone 12 might ditch the power adapter and also the bundled EarPods.
These days, most phones come with at least 128GB of storage. For some reason, Apple’s 2019 iPhone 11 series came with 64GB of base storage, which presumably is a way for Apple to either make the phone more affordable, or force customers to opt for the more expensive 256GB model.
A popular rumor is suggesting that Apple’s iPhone 12 event could take place in October. As we are approaching the end of September and there is still no official word from Apple just yet, it’s safe to assume that October seems like the most likely candidate. Now it looks like those rumors have been “confirmed”.
The problem with official accessories is that they can be pretty expensive. Take Apple’s Lightning cable for example, there are much cheaper options out there, and for the price you pay, you would think that Apple would offer a much better quality product, especially since the Lightning cable is known to fray and has reportedly caused electrocutions in the past.
According to a recent rumor, it was suggested that the iPhone 12 series could be announced at an event scheduled for the 13th of October. Apple has yet to officially confirm the dates, but the latest tweet from well-known leakster Jon Prosser has “confirmed” that date to be true based on his sources.
According to the rumors, Apple is expected to host an iPhone event in October. Given that we’re almost towards the end of September, there’s a very good chance that this is true, although when exactly remains to be seen. But according to a report from AppleInsider, we now have a date to look forward to.
If the rumors are to be believed, Apple is expected to launch as many as four new iPhones this coming October. Given that they will all fall under the iPhone 12 lineup, this could get rather confusing in terms of naming, but now we know how Apple might end up naming some of their devices.
While the 2020 iPad Pro refresh didn’t really seem like that big of a deal, one of the changes that Apple introduced to the tablet came in the form of a LiDAR scanner. Following that, the rumors started flowing that suggested that a similar hardware feature could also be coming to the iPhone 12.
There has been speculation whether or not the iPhone 12 will come with a 120Hz ProMotion display that first debuted on the iPad Pro years ago. Unfortunately for those who have been holding out and hoping for a 120Hz display iPhone, you could be disappointed to learn that will not be happening.
One of the rumored features of the iPhone 12 is that it will come with support for 5G. Now thanks to a post by Evan Blass, he shared what appears to be a leaked promo email from a carrier (unspecified) that basically confirms it. In addition to confirming the feature, the email also hints at a possible launch date.
If the rumors are to be believed, Apple could launch their new iPhones in the second half of October, but when exactly is anyone’s guess. However, according to a recent tweet by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, who has a pretty good track of these sorts of things, he expects that we should have more details later this week.
While Apple themselves might have confirmed that the iPhone 12’s launch will take place slightly later than usual, the company stopped short of actually mentioning when exactly it would be announced. Speculation at the moment has pegged the iPhone 12 for a launch in the second half of October, and now it seems that one of Apple’s suppliers might have hinted as such.
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.
Apple’s iPhone 12 launch has been delayed by a few weeks as previously confirmed by Apple themselves. There is still no word on when the device will be launched, but it seems that when that does happen, iPhone customers can look forward to a brand new color option in the form of blue.