New Apple Leak Reveals Rumored iPhone 12 Release Schedule

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As things are up in the air more this year than any other in recent memory, it remains to be seen when Apple will be announcing its new iPhone 12 and subsequently releasing the lineup. However, a new leak from insider Jon Prosser has revealed a possible release schedule for the latest iteration of the iPhone.

According to Prosser, who has a reputable track record when it comes to Apple news, the iPhone 12 event will take place on October 12, following the debut of a new Apple Watch and iPad in September. The iPhone 12 is then to become available for pre-order beginning the same day of October 12, with shipping commencing October 19. The iPhone 12 Pro models, however, are not expected to release until sometime in November, as a specific date has yet to be made known.

For those skeptical of Prosser’s reporting, he points out that he’s never been wrong about a product announcement date. “Reminder: though my overall track record is around 80%, I’ve never actually gotten a product announcement date wrong,” he tweeted.

As always, though, you’ll want to check back with us for confirmed info from Apple.

New, adjusted Apple dates!

Apple Watch & iPad
– Via press release
– Week 37 w/c Sep 7

iPhone 12 event
– Week 42 w/c Oct 12

iPhone 12 devices
– Preorders week 42 w/c Oct 12
– Shipping week 43 w/c Oct 19

iPhone 12 Pro devices
– Preorder and shipping in Nov (no exact date yet)

— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) August 12, 2020

Reminder: though my overall track record is around 80%, I’ve never actually gotten a product announcement date wrong…

iPad Pro
iPhone SE
MacBook Pro
iMac

Curious to see how these dates pan out.

— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) August 13, 2020

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