Possibly delayed iPhone 12 will boast 'high-end' camera array

Yolanda Curtis
July 6, 2020

Apple initially ordered components for around 100 million iPhone 12 units, but then chose to reduce it to 80 million orders. Saying that high-tech lenses will be available on iPhone 12, Kuo states that lens shipment can be started in July at the earliest. The coronavirus epidemic, which was troubled by the whole world in 2020, turned everyone's plans upside down, and Apple became one of the companies that got its share. This seems to indicate that the best-case scenario involves a delay. A source of Weinbach reportedly confirmed that these beefed-up video capture capacities are being tested, and considering the expected rear camera modules, these options could be exclusive to the two iPhone 12 Pro models. Moreover, this delay is in the range of about 4-6 weeks. Previous years have seen Largan ship out lens arrays to Apple assembly partners between August and October.

On the other hand, the normal customer is not getting a new iPhone just about every time Apple releases one particular.

"Past week, Wedbush analysts Daniel Ives and Strecker Backe stated that Apple had been" back into the driver's seat" to avoid an iPhone 12 delay. To solve these issues, sources say that Apple has done everything to keep the launching, but that might be insufficient to make the September launch a reality. Moreover, it should not be forgotten that Apple can not stand out in any way.

Rumours level to Apple ditching EarPods and a charging brick in an work to carry down the price tag of the iPhone supplied the value of like a 5G chip in the smartphone. However, Kuo made some explanations about this subject in recent times. Typically, smartphone cameras use a five or six-element lens setup, with some camera-oriented phones using a 7-element lens setup.

The survey - or any other iPhone 12 rumour for that matter - should be taken with a pinch of salt.

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