Recent information from the Cowen investment has suggested that the launch of the 2020 iPhone series, aka iPhone 12 series, could be delayed by two months. The cause of delay is the wide-spread Corona pandemic, which has completely disturbed the demand-supply chain.
Apple usually launches its new iPhones in September, but now, You can expect Apple iPhone 12 series to launch by the end of November following its two-month delay.
For those who aren't aware yet, there will be four iPhones this year - iPhone 12(5.4), iPhone 12 (6.1), iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max.
You can read in detail about the specifications and prices of upcoming iPhone 12 series by clicking here.
All of these smartphones will come powered by an Apple Bionic A14 Chipset based on a 5nm processer paired with a 4GB of RAM in the lower variants and 6GB of RAM in premium models like iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Rumors also suggest that Apple might dispose of 64GB internal storage in favor of 128GB internal storage as standard.
You can check the detailed article about the leaked pricing of the 2020 Apple iPhone by clicking on the above-given link.