Apple seems set to make up for lost time this October with a flurry of new products, spearheaded by the brand new iPhone 12. The most recent report suggests the iPhone 12 will probably be connected by a brand new iPad Air, a smaller HomePod, Apple’s first over-ear headphones, and new Apple Watch models.
Apple is convinced, based on the latest Bloomberg report, there is plenty of pent-up demand for its most recent smartphone. Apple has allegedly ordered suppliers to deliver around 80 million 5G iPhone 12 handsets, across the four 5G versions rumored to maintain the new iPhone range.
As widely rumored, there will be four new iPhones (two Pro models, and two cheaper ), with the budget iPhone 12 transport first.
Apple will even provide a cheaper, smaller HomePod, with fewer speakers compared to the original HomePod but a few upgrades to the characteristic collection.
This could be joined from the much-rumored Apple over-ear headphones, possibly set to be called the AirPods Studio, which would be the very first non-Beats branded over-ears to emerge from Apple.
The report indicates there will also be updates to the iPad and Apple Watch range, and potentially a new Apple TV with a faster processor for gaming and improved remote controller.
Apple is expected to announce that the new iPhone – and, it seems, a whole lot longer – in October, in place of the traditional September iPhone occasion, as a result of delays brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.