A company like Apple cannot possibly fall short when it comes to 5G connectivity. While other brands like Samsung, Xiaomi, Huawei, or Motorola stepped into this wonderful realm, it’s time for Apple to dedicate itself more for the goal. Therefore, the Cupertino-based giant asked its suppliers to create 75 million 5G iPhones for later this year.
The upcoming iPhone 12 flagship lineup for 2020 is also expected to feature 5G support. We don’t know if Apple was referring only to iPhone 12, but this flagship will surely be selling like hot cakes when it arrives in the market.
Four versions of iPhone 12
The upcoming iPhone 12 flagship lineup from Apple will be available in four versions: standard, Max, Pro, and Pro Max. The highlight for the iPhone 12 lineup is, without a doubt, the A14 Bionic chipset. Being the logical successor of the A13 processor, A14 will grant even faster speeds when it comes to processing. A13 is arguably the fastest processor available for iPhones in the present.
Recent leaks of the iPhone 12 Pro Max version reveal the stunning 4K video recording capability at 240fps. The display measures 6.7 inches, and the gadget also has a powerful refresh rate of 120Hz, a slimmed-down notch, and LiDAR-supported autofocus for its cameras.
Even though Apple usually launches its annual smartphone flagships in September, it will happen in a different way in the case of the iPhone 12. Therefore, Apple’s next flagship arrives in stores during early October. And yes, the reason for the delay is the one you’re already thinking about: the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Since the US is the most affected country from the planet by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, there’s no wonder how the pandemic was able to cause such big problems. Hopefully, nothing else won’t get in the way of the iPhone 12’s launch.