The Cupertino based company, Apple, has scheduled September 8 as the official launch date of its next iteration of iPhone in the market. On this day, the company is going to unveil its upcoming iPhone 12 along with the new Apple Watch and a slew of its latest products. All the models of the iPhone 12 will be 5G enabled. In addition to this, the company has planned a separate event to showcase the iPad Pro and its MacBook models on October 27.
To launch Apple iPhone 12 the company has chosen September 8 to unwrap the device along with the Apple Watch Series 6. According to a tipster called iHacktu Pro (@ihacktu) via its twitter handle revealed that the iPhone 12 and the Apple Watch Series 6 are set to make an appearance on September 8, 2020. While the iPad Pro, the Apple Glass, and the MacBooks with its inhouse processors will be launching on October 27. Both the events have been lined up for September and October.
On September 8 the company will be launching the 5G iPhone models. At the same event, the company will also launch a wireless charging pad being called AirPower with a new iPad. To recall, the iPhone 11 series was launched on September 10 last year and that was Tuesday. Similarly, the rumoured September 8 is also on Tuesday as well.
While the anticipated October 27, the event is going to witness the launch of rumoured 5G iPad Pro that was earlier said to be postponed to 2021. According to the tipster the company will also unveil the new MacBook and MacBook Pro 13-inch model with its own developed chipset. To recall the device was first seen at WWDC 2020 in June this year. The company has shifted from Intel processors to its own A-series chipsets for higher performance. The company has redesigned SoCs specially designed for its Mac and according to the company it has used Xcode to improve first-party apps for Apple chips on its device. The company has also developed Universal 2 to make apps port easily to macOS running on Apple silicon.
In separate news, the company has also set up a manufacturing unit in a facility near Chennai in India to manufacture iPhone 11. By building and selling devices Made in India Apple aims to avoid a 20 percent import duty that the government imposes on all the foreign-made electronics and to also cut its reliance on China. Therefore, the iPhones will now be cheaper than what was being offered before. According to the report a small batch of locally-made devices has already shipped to retail stores.
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