Apple China Iphone product sales soar sharply in the 2nd quarter

Qualcomm Suggests Launch of 5G iPhone 12 Models Could Be Slightly Delayed Past September

It's been a real rollercoaster ride for Apple in China over the past couple of years, with Apple not only having to fight the U.S. China trade war last year, but also seeing iPhone sales fall to incredible lows, only to bounce back in unexpected ways.

Apple is using Qualcomm's 5G chips in its iPhone 12 lineup, and all models are expected to support 5G technology.

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According to a recent report from The Verge, Qualcomm may have hinted at delays in the iPhone 12 launch. Typically, Apple releases its new Iphone in September, and it's a single of the handful of future gadgets that would provide in big ample numbers that Qualcomm may require to disclose the materials effect on an earnings contact. Of course, competitors have been caught in the pricing competition by introducing more entry-level 5G phones on their domestic market, while China's telecom operators are doing their best efforts to offer 5G networks and related services through preferential package deals. Adding to this, popular tipster Jon Prosser has assured that the new iPhones are coming out in October. And yeah, we might even see new iPads. If there is a delay on the launch of the next iPhone series, it's likely only going to be a few weeks later than usual - think October instead of September - but Avi Greengart of Techsponential explained "Apple is certainly large enough to move the needle for any component supplier".

We would usually expect an iPhone launch to take place in September, however, this year has seen consistent reports that final decisions regarding prototyping and design have been delayed by COVID-19 disruption to Apple's supply chain and travel. The two other models include the iPhone 12 Pro with 6.1-inch screen and iPhone 12 Pro Max with 6.7-inch display. Along with this 5.4-inch iPhone 12, we also hope to realize a 6.1-inch iPhone 12, 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Max, and 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max (although the names are subject to change).

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