This week we saw a rumor in Apple News that internal calls in the company were delaying the start of the iPhone 12 could run series, apparently the delay would be due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which is making production and sales more difficult as people lose jobs and don't really plan to spend $ 1,000 on smartphones.
In other Apple news, there have also been rumors of image stabilization. In the iPhone 12 series, we may see an iPhone with a periscope zoom, Apple's alleged AR glasses, and some novelty through the Apple TV Plus streaming service.
The latest Apple news is below.
The most important Apple news of the past week:
The launch of the iPhone 12 could be considerably delayed: We assume that Apple will launch the iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max will fully unveil iPhone 12 in September 2020. However, according to the Nikkei Asian Review, this launch could be delayed for months. According to anonymous sources who spoke with the release, Apple has had internal discussions about the possibility of the ongoing corona virus pandemic and its impact on consumers and the smartphone supply chain. However, it should be noted that at least one supply chain company disproved this rumor. Image stabilization when the sensor is shifted could be included in iPhone 12 devices: Although the start of the phones is in the air when the iPhone 12 series lands, at least one of the phones could, according to the frequent Apple Leaker Ming -Chi Kuo be equipped with a "sensor shift image stabilization". Theoretically, this would make images and videos captured on iPhones with the ultra wide-angle lens much more stable. However, you may have to wait a while for a periscope lens: Some Android phones had periscope zoom as a feature, and Apple could jump on the train. However, the rumor mill says this won't happen until 2022, which seems like a long time to supplant something that already exists. Rumored AR glasses could also come in 2022: Speaking of 2022, Apple's rumored AR glasses are allegedly still in development. According to DigiTimes (via MacRumors), they won't arrive until 2022, based on reports from companies within the Apple supply chain. The online tool COVID-19 goes live: Apple today released a website that you can use to determine whether or not you are infected with COVID-19. Anyone can use the tool, not just Apple users. It doesn't replace a full medical test, but it should help you find the best course of action in case you feel sick. Apple TV Plus lowers streaming quality: Netflix and YouTube have recently lowered streaming quality. Servers are less stressed as more and more people spend the whole day at home. Apple TV Plus followed at least in Europe.
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