Are you an iPhone user? If you have been looking forward to the newest version to hit stores, you may have to wait longer. This time, it has nothing to do with a technical glitch.
It’s being reported that the iPhone 12 will be delayed by a month as the Coronavirus continues to make business and commerce more difficult. According to analysts at Bank of America, the 5G iPhone, like all of Apple’s releases would become available in September, however now it’s looking like it could be October or November before consumers will be able to get their hands on the new model.
Digitimes recently reported that Apple had stopped sending iPhone engineers to China, bringing prototype testing to a halt. Now travels for engineers could be suspended until April. The iPhone SE 2 is also experiencing delays as component orders are being pushed back. The phone was expected to launch in March but now looks to pushed to April and supplies could be limited.
What do you think about the iPhone delays? Were you planning on getting a new phone? How often should you upgrade your phone?