COVID-19 has forced Apple to move the iPhone 12’s launch date a month ahead. Apple may release the iPhone 12 sometime in October as per reports. On the other hand, people were expecting iPhone 9 (or the SE2 as we know it) to launch in March. There’s no defined release date for it now.
Companies are aware of the damage caused by Coronavirus. Financial analysts are already predicting a global recession. There’s a looming uncertainty accompanied by weaker consumer demand. The global economy is on the brink of collapse. Amidst all this, we’ve seen tech giants pull out of big conferences such as Google I/O a couple of days back. Experts are telling people to brace for a recession in the US. Among the affectees, Apple also got pushed back by way of halted production & dwindling purchasing power. Their supply chain has been a wreck ever since the deadly virus caused the production to stop.
Certainly, Apple will finally include a 5G technology to match the competition’s pace set by Samsung’s S20. It won’t be a surprise to witness network providers offering 5G data packages during summers. If you’re someone who hasn’t bought iPhone 11 yet, it’d be better if you wait out for iPhone 12 this year. 5G holds many wonders for users who are keen on seamless streaming & lag-free gaming experience. Over the years, Apple has always surprised us with novel technology. Let’s see what 2020 holds for iPhone users.
iPhone 9 or the SE 2’s launch got halted & there’s no date about its unveiling. The SE2 targets budget-conscious users who feel left out by the pricey, flagship iPhones. An undefined date would be a true bummer for them.
Some may deem the current economic situation as very bad, but one shouldn't lose hope about things turning back to being normal. Its as if one’s not wearing safety sunglasses as Wiley X Klein at dangerous premises. Medical experts have successfully dealt with Coronavirus on quite a large scale. Some reports also suggest that a cure is on its way to become a formal vaccine for patients. It won’t be long before we see this disease being as naïve as a common cold. In the current scheme of things, one can only hope for the best.