iPhone 12: iOS 14 Confirms 5.4-Inch Models, Launch Delayed, And New Black Lightning Cable

While the month of September is getting closer, the specifics of the iPhone 12 are beginning to get more apparent, and it appears that Apple can't hold their secrets any longer. Here are all the leaks and rumors regarding the new smartphone lineup since yesterday.

iOS 14 Confirms The Existence Of 5.4-inch iPhone 12

In the latest iOS 14 beta, the image resources of the 5.4-inch iPhone were found, which essentially confirmed the existence of the 5.4-inch iPhone 12, according to 9to5Mac. Image resources are user interface elements and refer to the Display Zoom feature. The resolution of the device is 960 x 2079.

iPhone 12 Launch Delayed To October?

According to a report from the Japanese blog Mac Otakara, iPhone 12 launch will be postponed to the end of October. Under normal circumstances, Apple will release the iPhone in early September, but this year, affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the release time may be delayed.

There have been rumors that iPhone will be postponed, it is possible that some models will be delayed to October, or all models could be delayed. Apple can also arrange to release the iPhone in September and officially release it and be available for purchase at the end of October.

Mac Otakara’s knowledge is that the LTE iPhone 12 will be released in October, while the 5G iPhone may be delayed to November.

Photos Of Braided Lightning To USB-C Cable In Black Color Leaked

According to leaks, Apple iPhone 12 will be featured with a new braided Lightning to USB-C cable. Today, leaker L0vetodream shared the latest photos of braided Lightning cables, which appears to be available in black and white.

Apple has never provided a braided cable for the iPhone or iPad, but a black USB-C to Lightning cable is provided in the Mac Pro. HomePod's power cord is also a woven design.

Compared with average cables, braided cables are more durable, and the two sections have rubber to improve durability.

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