When will Apple release iPhone 12?
Release has been pushed back due to coronavirus-related production delays
Apple is expected to release the iPhone 12 sometime in October or November, according to multiple reports citing Japanese site Mac Otakara.
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The tech giant usually unveils its new iPhones in early September, but due to coronavirus-related production delays, this year's iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro models are expected at a later-than-usual date.
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Fifth-generation, or 5G, wireless iPhone 12 models could be released even later in November, Apple news website MacRumors reported citing Chinese supply chain sources who spoke to Mac Otakara.
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While the Japanese site has a "mixed track record" for sharing reliable release dates, according to Mac Rumors, a number of tech outlets have reported expected delays in the new iPhone lineup release.