There are a few days left before the presentation of Apple and the company is preparing for it. According to new information, Apple is already ready for mass production of the iPhone 12 series and the company also plans to release the iPhone 12 for sale in late September or early October.
Apple expects to have up to 80 million iPhone 5Gs from all its plants by the end of the year, according to new data. The rest should be produced in early 2021. According to rumors, of the projected 80 million, 40% will be the iPhone 12 Max.
Apple has already started mass production of the iPhone 12
According to the head of the supply chain, Apple has managed to reduce delays from several months to several weeks. The final assembly of some iPhone 12 models will take place in early October.
Sources of supply as well report that Apple has already started mass production of AirTags, long-awaited Bluetooth trackers that will help you avoid losing important items.
In addition, Apple increased production of future iPads, with up to 27 million units expected to be shipped between September and December. It is also interesting that according to some rumors, Apple is not planning a new version of the iPhone SE in 2021.
Apple will only provide 12MP cameras in the iPhone 12 series
Rumors surfaced last week that the iPhone 12 Pro will have a 64MP sensor and 5x optical zoom, but now a trusted confidant has been bothering fans.
According to sourceApple has no plans to increase the resolution of its smartphone cameras this year. In addition, even next year, the iPhone 13 may have a 48MP camera instead of 64MP.
As for the iPhone 12 series, all models should have 12MP camera sensors. At the same time, the sensors will be larger. They will allow smartphones to take good photos in low light conditions.
The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Max will receive two 12MP sensors in the main camera, as well as 12MP front cameras. The iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max will also receive a third 12 megapixel sensor on the main camera.
All four models are said to receive a new 7-lens wide-angle lens that will reduce image distortion. In addition, they will also acquire new image stabilization technology.