Apple confirms the delay in the launch of the new iPhone 12 Series


The new iPhone 12 will launch late, Apple has confirmed. It will not hit the market in September, according to the technology company.

Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri provided the confirmation during an earnings call with investors on Thursday, Mashable reports.

“As you know, last year we started selling iPhones at the end of September,” Apple’s chief financial officer Luca Maestri said in a statement.

“This year, we project that the supply will be available a few weeks later,” Luca said without providing specific details about the delay.

In 2019, the new iPhone models, the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, went on sale on September 20.

Jon Prosser, a prominent Apple leaker who first broke the news, says the new iPhone 12 keynote will launch in October.

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— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) July 29, 2020

Apple has a record presentation of its new iPhone models in September. And the multinational technology company puts them up for sale a few days later in the month.

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