Apple Postpones The Start Of Sales Of The iPhone 12
The American company Apple confirmed that sales of new models of the iPhone smartphone will begin this year a few weeks later than planned, according to the Verge with reference to the words of Apple's chief financial officer Luca Maestri.
According to the portal, Maestri made the corresponding announcement during a teleconference with the company's investors. "Last year, we started selling new iPhones at the end of September, but this year we expect that deliveries may start a few weeks later," the Verge quoted him as saying.
Usually, the company introduces a new line of smartphones in mid-September, and their sales begin before the end of the month. The Wall Street Journal previously reported that Apple, due to the pandemic, intends to postpone for about a month the planned increase in production of new iPhone models for the beginning of summer 2020.
Earlier, Business Insider reported that Apple plans to release four versions of the twelfth-generation smartphone this year, which will support 5G technology and have OLED screens. According to the Apple Insider portal, they will be called iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Plus, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Founded in 1976, Apple produces, in addition to the iPhone, iPad tablets, iMac computers, MacBook laptops, iPod music players, and other high-tech equipment. The Corporation with its headquarters in Cupertino, California, is one of the largest in the world. Its market capitalization is about $1.67 trillion.