IPhone 12 delayed, tipped to be launched after October 12

Ruben Fields
August 14, 2020

As for Apple's headline event of 2020, Prosser believes the iPhone 12 family will be announced using an online event during the week of October 12.

Prosser also said that Apple would make announcements regarding its upcoming iPad and Apple Watch.

To remind you, Apple recently officially stated that new iPhone models may delay a few weeks.

As for the iPhone 12 Pro lineup, the devices will go on pre-order and start shipping in November, though the exact dates are not yet known. The iPhone 12 is obviously in there sitting with a speculated launch date of October 12. The company will be announcing four iPhone 12 models this year, two with the iPhone 12 moniker and two with the iPhone 12 Pro branding. That's what everybody is going to be asking us on Tuesday, September 8 when new iPads and the Apple Watch 6 get here without a new iPhone.

Now, popular Apple news leaker Jon Prosser has published what he claims to be the launch and release schedule for the new iPhone 12 and 12 Pro, as well as the new Watch Series 6, and an updated iPad.

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It's important to note that Jon Prosser doesn't have a ideal track record when it comes to Apple leaks, of course. Hence, Apple could take more time to come up with the new iPhone models. It can be also the timeframe that Apple usually has with a big launch event.

In accordance to his details Apple will keep the Apple iphone 12 and 12 Pro party in the week, starting on Oct 12.

Of course, this iPhone 12 pre-order and delivery date will be valid for priority countries. The idea that a pair of "regular" iPhone 12 models will land first, followed by two iPhone Pro models, seemed fairly certain even before Prosser's latest revelations.

Should it be true, then it'd be the first time for Apple to do such a thing. And the devices that aren't launched through press release may be released later than usual - likely due to supply chain issues related to the pandemic.

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