- Nov 10, 2017
Apple’s new-generation iPhone expected in the fall of this year could go on sale in October or November, according to new information that surfaced this past weekend.
More specifically, Apple still plans to announce the iPhone 12 during a September event, but sales would only kick off a month or two months later.
This is because of inventory struggles, as the currently health crisis affected suppliers, which in turn slowed down the production of new iPhones, so most partners would need more time to reach Apple’s estimated demand.
Goldman Sachs analysts believe the iPhone shipments in the third quarter would drop by no less than 36 percent, forecasting that the new models could go live in early November, mostly because the existing restrictions worldwide impact the manufacturing process.