Apple last month confirmed that this year’s iPhone 12 models will launch outside of their normal September frame and will be “available a few weeks later,” leading to speculation about when an event might be held.
Leaker Jon Prosser, who sometimes shares accurate knowledge of Apple’s plans, said today that Apple will hold its iPhone 12 event during the week of October 12, with sermons to be delivered later that week and deliveries to begin the week after that.
If these dates are correct, Apple could hold an event on Tuesday, October 13th, accepting sermons for new low-cost iPhone 12 models on October 16th, and delivering new devices starting October 23rd. .
w / c = weeks starting (for context) With the amazing release of the iPhone 12 and the uncertainty of end dates for Pro models, there is a chance that dates may pass / change I will let you know if anything changes! But for now, this is the information in the system 😏 — Jon Prosser ِ (@jon_prosser) August 12, 2020
There have been many rumors suggesting the possibility of a stunning release that will see some models launch before other models, which Prosser also says is the case. While iPhone 12 models will ship in October, Prosser claims that iPhone 12 models in the Pro will not be available until an unspecified date in November.
Prosser also claims that Apple will release the Apple Watch Series 6 and a new unspecified iPad through the press release during the week of September 7th. It would be unusual for Apple to unveil the “Watch App” ahead of new iPhones because in recent years, iPhone events have also included WatchApple Watch.
Prosser says this information is “in the system”, but the stunned release date and “uncertainty of end dates for Pro models” mean the date could “slip / change”. Last month, Prosser announced that the new ipi 12 models and iPads will be launched in October.
While Prosser in the past has correctly predicted some of Apple’s launch plans, he has also shared inaccurate information. In June, he incorrectly claimed that Apple was planning to rename iOS to “iPhoneOS,” and he shared images of what he claimed was Apple’s Apple AirPower laminate, with those images later turning out to be a device the clone that was not TheAirPower at all.
Some of Prosser’s claims have been somewhat bizarre, such as his suggestion that Apple is working on a series of Steve Jobs’s legacy edition, Apple Glasses modeled after the glasses Jobs wore.