This calendar The iPhone 12 can be affected by flight restrictions and delays in the air supply line assembly lines will suffer, according to a recent report by Apple analyst Jeff Pu. Pu is specifically pointing out the delay for Apple's top model in this generation, the iPhone 12 Pro Max, which was to be released last October.
The aforementioned report, which MacRumors has entered into, Pu indicates that he believes the EVT, labeled "Engine Verification Test", could be delayed until the end of April for 5.4- and 6.1-inch models and until mid- 2015. May model 6.7. The EVT is the category that the iPhone is in, and its delay could mean the postponement of new models if Apple can't send its engineers to the forefront.
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Due to these delays, Pu reckons that while the 5.4 and 6.1-inch models may arrive in September, the largest model will have to wait until October to see the light. It would not be the first time Apple has launched its products in two batches
Following the release date thread, Pu believes the iPhone 9 / SE2 will be released by mid-month as already speculated. The low-cost iPhone from Apple will come and replace the current iPhone 8 and will equipped with A13 Bionic processor, 4,7-inch screen, touch ID, 3GB of RAM up to 256GB of storage inside.