Throughout the years of its existence, Apple has created a tradition of launching a new iphone device during the month of September. This time around, however, the much popular and revered technology brand, has pushed back the release date of the unveiling of the new 2020 iphone, also dubbed as the ‘iphone 12’, to October 2020.
Just like most companies, Apple was not exempt from the scourge of the corona virus pandemic. As a result, there has been delays regarding supply chain.
Apple’s CFO, Luca Maestri confirmed that the new 2020 iphone supply will be made available a bit later. This cryptic statement had many concluding that, the launch could likely be in October 2020. Apple has not communicated the details around the exact date as yet.
“Last year, we started selling new iPhones in late September, this year we expect supply to be available a few weeks later.”
Avid lovers of Apple have speculated that there is likely to be another wait for the actual purchase of the iphone 12 after its launch. Last year, Apple announced the much awaited iphone 11, on September 10, but during the same month, consumers literally waited until September 20, to get their hands on the latest iphone 11.