With Apple's April debut of the brand new iPhone SE 2020, the business shows it is not holding off on product launches regardless of the novel coronavirus forcing Apple to close its US shops indefinitely and all its stores outside China. That may indicate that the sequels of the iPhone 11 phones are still on schedule. But the upcoming iPhone 12, 12 Pro and 12 Max (Apple hasn't confirmed the name of the phones, but we'll go with that for the present time) face unknown waters ahead -- suppliers in China have previously turn off or are operating on limited capacity due to the outbreak. While this may impact inventory in September and sales, Apple's major manufacturer, Foxconn, assured investors it will still make its fall timeline.
Despite such disruptions, rumors continue steadily to swirl around the iPhone 12 phones, and we imagine it'll continue until their expected announcement in September. Furthermore to maybe introducing 3D depth-sensing to its rear cameras and new screen sizes, speculation has arisen that Apple will belatedly include a feature in the iPhone that would make it competitive using its competitors: 5G. This is practical considering its main rival, Samsung, launched several 5G phones this season, including the high-end Galaxy S20 phones and the more budget Galaxy A series of handsets.
Until any of that occurs though, check back often as we will continue steadily to update it with probable and compelling rumors.