Apple last month confirmed that this years iPhone 12 models will release outside of their normal September timeframe and will be “available a couple of weeks later,” which has actually resulted in speculation about when an event might be held.
Leaker Jon Prosser, who in some cases shares precise understanding of Apples plans, today said that Apple will hold its iPhone 12 occasion throughout the week of October 12, with preorders to take location later that week and deliveries to start the week after that.
If these dates are accurate, Apple might hold an event on Tuesday, October 13, accepting preorders for brand-new the lower-cost iPhone 12 models on October 16, and providing the brand-new devices starting on October 23.
w/c = week starting (for context).
With the staggered release of iPhone 12 and uncertainty of last dates for Pro models, theres an opportunity that the dates could slip/change.
If anything gets altered, Ill let you understand! For now, this is the information in the system.
— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) August 12, 2020.
There have been several reports recommending the possibility of a staggered release that will see some designs launch before other designs, which Prosser likewise says holds true. While the iPhone 12 models will deliver in October, Prosser claims the iPhone 12 Pro models will not be available up until an undefined date in November.
Prosser likewise declares that Apple will release the Apple Watch Series 6 and an unspecified brand-new iPad through news release throughout the week of September 7. It would be unusual for Apple to unveil the Apple Watch ahead of new iPhones since in past years, iPhone occasions have actually likewise included the Apple Watch.
Prosser says that this information is “in the system,” however the staggered release date and the “uncertainty of last dates for the Pro models” suggests the dates could “slip/change.” Last month, Prosser claimed that the iPhone 12 models and new iPads would launch in October.
While Prosser has in the previous properly forecasted some of Apples launch plans, he has also shared incorrect details. In June, he improperly declared that Apple was preparing to rename iOS to “iPhoneOS,” and he shared pictures of what he declared was Apples AirPower charging mat, with those images later on ending up being a clone gadget that wasnt the AirPower at all.
Some of Prossers claims have actually likewise been rather over-the-top, such as his tip that Apple is dealing with a set of Steve Jobs heritage edition Apple Glasses modeled after the glasses that Jobs wore.