The iPhone 12 is coming, but with a little delay. Apple CFO Luca Maestri announced, in a call with investors on Thursday, July 30, that the new smartphones would go on sale "a few weeks after the end of September," the US site revealed. The Verge.
Some indicators already pointed to a postponement of the new product. The Wall Street Journal explained, at the end of April, thatApple had slowed down mass production of its new phones. A decision explained by the coronavirus crisis which had both slowed down production chains in Asia and limited customer demand.
On July 29, the company Qualcomm, which works with Apple on 5G, announced in its quarterly results the "postponement of a flagship phone from global 5G". Traditionally, iPhones are unveiled in September and go on sale before the end of the month. The precise timing for the iPhone 12 is not yet confirmed.