The release of the iPhone 12 is rumored to be delayed until November – Rumors about the presence of the iPhone 12 have sprung up. After being reportedly present in September, the scheduled availability of the iPhone 12 will reportedly be delayed.

Typically, Apple launches its newest iPhone lineup in September or October every year. However, the iPhone 12, released this year, is predicted to be ready for release in November.

This is due to the fact that the Covid-19 pandemic has become more widespread since January. Component supply is hampered due to the closure of a number of factories.

As a result, the iPhone 12 production schedule can change. The company from Cupertino, the United States is said to be starting to produce a range of iPhone 12 in July, one month late than usual schedule.

iPhone 12 production process is likely to be two stages. In the first phase which starts in July, Apple will produce two models of the iPhone 12 with a 6.1-inch screen.

While the other two models which have a 5.4 inch and 6.7-inch screen, will begin production around August to September.

iPhone with a 5.4 inch and 6.7-inch screen is allegedly going to use Y-OCTA technology so that the production schedule will be done later.

Y-OCTA technology makes the touchscreen circuit can be embedded into the OLED panel without the need for additional layers so that the screen can be thinner and lower production costs.

Previously, the iPhone 12 was also said to be adopting a screen with a 120 Hz refresh rate with ProMotion display features such as the iPad Pro.

This feature allows the screen to adjust the refresh rate to the needs of the device automatically to save power. Apple itself has not provided detailed information regarding the iPhone 12 launch schedule.