Apple has confirmed the so-called iPhone 12 handsets will launch “a few weeks later” than is normal.
During the company’s latest earnings call, Apple CFO Luca Maestri said the 2020 release schedule will fall back beyond the traditional late September window.
Last year Apple began selling the iPhone 11 range on September 20, but today’s announcement means we’ll likely be waiting long into October – and perhaps even November – before being able to pick up an iPhone 12.
Maestri did not cite a reason for the delay, but it’s almost certainly down to production hold-ups caused by the coronavirus pandemic, which has forced many high profile releases back throughout 2020.
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