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Apple’s iPhone 12 Event Could Happen on October 13 Based on Rumors From Mobile Operators



Apple’s upcoming iPhone Central Festival is set to take place on Tuesday, October 13th. Mac Rumors By an employee of a cellular carrier in the UK.

We have no way of confirming the dates at the moment, we are not sure about the authenticity of the source, but even without a rumor, a good guess based on Apple’s historic launch dates of Tuesday, October 13th, preference for Tuesday launches, and in the second week of the month Strong interest in holding events.

The employee said that Apple will accept pre-orders and launch the new iPhone directly on October 16th, but it will be an unusually short time between the event and the launch date. Pre-orders and launch timelines are likely to confuse the source. If so, a launch would logically follow on October 23rd, as other sources have suggested.

October 13 is also shared AppleInsider In a report obtaining information from a Dutch mobile phone operator, and John Proser, A leaked report with a mixed record on Apple’s plans says the event will take place on October 13th, with pre-orders on the 16th and launch on the 23rd.

If there is an October 23 launch after October 13th, we will not see all the new iPhone 12 models at once. Rumor has it that some of the iPhone models are expected to be launched in October and others in November.

The 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch low-cost iPhones will first be available in October, while the Pro models will be available later in the day due to supply and production barriers. However, there is some confusion on this point Digitimes Rumor has it that Apple will release two 6.1-inch iPhone models (lower cost and one Pro) than the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 Mini and the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max.

Since the expected October 13th date is less than three weeks, we will receive event information and invitations from Apple in the coming week.

It is worth mentioning Amazon Prime Day Rumors are circulating that Tuesday, October 13th will be a significant conflict, so there is still a possibility that the October 13th Apple event date may be false.


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