Apple’s iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are very likely to be just a matter of months away, and while the company often unveils its handsets in September it may be that the release date is slightly different for the new iPhone.
The Covid-19 pandemic may impact the iPhone 12 release date and while a variety of sources debate whether there will be a delay, and how long it will be if there is one, we’re expecting to at least see the iPhone 12 range this year.
That range will likely be larger than normal too, with four phones rumored, up from the three unveiled in 2019. There’s the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max, all of which would be direct successors to the iPhone 11 range, but then we’re also hearing talk of an iPhone 12 Max – a big screen handset without the Pro credentials.
And it’s not just the number of phones that might change; the new iPhone is also expected to have the biggest design changes since the iPhone X eliminated the home button and introduced a notch back in 2017.