Also possible for the event could be new over-ear headphones, AirTag item trackers, a new Apple TV and a Siri remote. During an earnings call in July, Apple's chief financial officer Luca Maestri acknowledged that the company was facing production delays due to the Covid-19 crisis and that new smartphones would arrive "a few weeks" later than normal. The tag line for this one is 'Hi, Speed.' A lot of people over the years have taken to finding the deeper meaning behind these images but they rarely ever lead to anything.
This is based on a survey conducted by SellCell where based on the responses given by 2,000 US-based Android users, they found that a third of those surveyed said that they would consider the iPhone 12 as their next smartphone upgrade. The words likely point to Apple finally debuting 5G iPhones running the company's latest A14 chip, both offering high-speed services for users. The logo features the classic apple and the overlapping circles, as well as the colors blue and orange.
The newest iPhones are nearly guaranteed to have 5G connectivity, a first for iPhones but something that many models of Android devices have had for a while. The two smaller models are expected to feature a dual-lens setup on the back while the larger two models will offer a three-camera array with a new LiDAR scanner.
We will have more to discuss this time next week, so stay tuned for that.
As per our article subheading, there are four iPhone 12 models expected to launch together next Tuesday. There has been a lot of speculations about the most-anticipated Apple iPhone. The mid-tier "iPhone 12" models will be announced in the first phase, while the top-tier "Pro" handsets will be released sometime in November.
Apart from the iPhones and Mac, we might also see advancements in terms of audio. Last week's report hinted at the prices of the four new variants of iPhone 12 series. The Tech Giant recently removed Bose, Sonos, and Logitech products from its store.
Interestingly, this is good news for iPhone users.
Apple said "vintage" products are those products that haven't been manufactured in more than five, but less than seven, years.