Apple is reportedly planning to delay the launch of the iPhone 12 until 2021, which would mean no new flagship iPhone models this year.
Japanese news agency Nikkei is reporting the company is considering holding off on its usual September launch amid fears there wouldn’t be much demand for upgrades in the current climate.
According to a source, Apple is worried that the first 5G iPhone might fall flat considering consumers are likely to be getting back on their feet following the worst of the coronavirus outbreak (we hope).
There are also fears over Apple’s ability to produce enough of the iPhone 12 devices due to constraints within the supply chain. Just today there were reports that iPhone production in India had ground to a halt amid a lockdown in the country.
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