Previously, it was reported from one of the famous Apple’s industry chain analyst, “Ming-Chi Kuo,” that this year’s iPhone 12 series might face a decrease in shipments. As many companies are facing a decline in shipments (due to Covid-19). Under the pessimistic and optimistic situation, it is estimated that iPhone shipment will decline by 25% – 30% and 3% – 6% respectively.
But Today, China Securities Journal has reported that three Chinese Apple’s iPhone supply chain companies said that Apple had not reduced the iPhone 12 shipment target guidance. Moreover, they didn’t receive any notification from Apple to lower the iPhone 12 shipment target.
Moreover, it is also reported that Apple may remove the WeChat application, which might cause a much decline of shipment in China for the upcoming iPhone series.
From previous information, it was reported that the upcoming series of iPhone 12 would feature 5G connectivity. Moreover, the ProMotion 120Hz display will not be available in this year’s iPhone series as the testing of the 120Hz display was not successful.
In terms of price, the new iPhone 12 series will start from 699$ (for iPhone 12 64GB) to 1449$ (for iPhone 12 Pro Max 512GB).
The launch of the upcoming iPhone 12 series is expected in mid of next month or maybe in the middle of October.