Kuo says High-end lenses for ‘iPhone 12’ to start shipping in July

According to what is learned by the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the supplies of the lenses for the future iPhone 12 will be shipped starting from mid-July.

Kuo says High-end' lenses for 'iPhone 12' to start shipping in July

According to the well-known Apple analyst, the lenses for high-end cameras for iPhone 12 will be shipped this month. The new range of melatonin will incorporate premium lenses within the photographic module on the back cover, according to Ming-Chi Kuo.

iPhone 12: maybe slightly late

It appears that Apple ‘s production partner Largan will begin shipping lenses for cameras for future iPhones starting in the middle of the current month; this is what can be seen from a note published on Friday.

Compared to previous years, Largan’s estimated production window for 2020 has been postponed by 4-6 weeks; this means that the iPhone 12 will be presented in a period between September and November. The assembly of the devices has always been between August and October, while now everything suggests that there will be a significant delay in the final distribution of sales.

Although not mentioned, the current global health scenario is likely to be responsible for the setback (resulting in delays) in the production chain. Recent rumors claim that the ongoing pandemic could force Apple to present the new line-up of devices in October.

Analyst Kuo still cannot understand what particular goal he intends to use Apple for smartphones; the new lenses could have 7P or seven-element lenses, which would lead future iPhones 12 to have a higher quality than the current 11 and 11 Pro range.

Kuo says High-end' lenses for 'iPhone 12' to start shipping in July

By now we know that the Cupertino giant intends to present four different iPhone models:

  • 5.4 “iPhone 12;
  • 6.1 “iPhone 12 Max;
  • iPhone 12 Pro from 6.1;
  • 6.7 “iPhone 12 Pro Max.

The design of the new Apple gadgets will be more iPad-like, with square profiles; There is also a LiDAR scanner, an updated Bionic A14 processor, 5G connectivity, and a 120 Hz ProMotion technology for the display. At the end? The notch should be – finally – smaller.

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