The 2020 iPhone 12 is still good 2 months away but the rumors and leaks keep coming. Apple has had a ritual of launching iPhones in Autumn since 2011. Only this year, it wouldn’t be in the traditional slot of September.
Reports suggest that there might be a delay of about a month, which could push the launch into October or November. The delays are inevitable due to the current conditions relating to coronavirus.
However, there is never enough surprise to iPhone leaks ahead of an Apple iPhone launch. iPhone 12 has been leaked with similar aspects revealing its frontal features in full glory.
Apple is about to launch a new family of iPhone 12, which will be including the iPhone 12 Max, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. These launches will be seen in a 5.4-inch iPhone (which will be smaller than the current iPhone 11 Pro), a 6.7-inch iPhone (this will be bigger than iPhone 11 Pro Max), and 6.1-inch iPhones.
IPhone 12 Design
In the spread of rumors and various leaks, one thing is sure that the infamous idea about the foldable iPhone Prototype won’t be a commercial product this year (maybe later).
- In comparison to iPhone 11 Pro Max, Bezels are 0.9mm thinner.
- Larger screen – 6.7-inches compared to 6.5-inches.
- Smaller notch
- Thinner Chassis – 7.4mm when compared to 8.1mm
- LiDAR sensor is formulated as the fourth element in the square camera array.
Apple Manufacturing his Flagship iPhone in India
Speculations are turning into reality! The ‘i’ in the iPhone is very much India (Not really).
The booming initiative of ‘Make in India’ initiated the build of the iPhone in India. After the iPhone 7 at Wistron Plant, iPhone SE at Wistron Plant, iPhone XR at Foxconn, and iPhone 6S, Apple has now started manufacturing one of its latest offerings – the Apple iPhone 11 – locally in Chennai’s Foxconn Plant, India. This would be the first time Apple is manufacturing a top-of-the-line model of the iPhone in the country.
This initiative of assembling the iPhone in the country will help Apple avoid about 20 percent tax that the company is required to pay when they import handsets from its global manufacturing facilities.
This latest move marks the growing localization of Apple’s manufacturing in the country. Wherein it will be on the advantage scales fruiting benefits under the government’s production linked incentive (PLI) Scheme. This will also help Apple’s production base now beyond China in the times when Sino-US ties have become sour.
In this motive, Apple has planned to invest up to $1 billion to expand factories in India, where it will assemble iPhone models from scratch. Reports suggest – the second-largest iPhone assembler – Pegatron – after Foxconn is going to make some investments in the country and turn set up a local subsidiary in the coming future.