iPhone 12: To Come With A Thinner Box, Final Assembly Reportedly Delayed

Twitter account “L0vetodream” has suggested that Apple will make the box for iPhone 12 “thinner” and “exquisite,” which could be true considering rumors have indicated that this year's iPhone models likely not include a charge and EarPods in the box.

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In addition to the upcoming iPhone 12 lineup, the leaker claims the decision to drop headphones and a charger may also apply to the iPhone SE moving forward, and customers could have to purchase these accessories separately.

In related news, a new report from Nikkei Asian Review claiming Apple is experiencing production delays of between four weeks and two months on the iPhone 12 lineup. Though Apple has tried to avoid delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, a person familiar with the matter told Nikkei that "it wouldn’t be surprising if there are further delays” beyond October.
What the progress looks like now is months of delay in terms of mass production, but Apple is doing everything it can to shorten the postponement. There’s a chance that the schedule could still be moved ahead, one source told Nikkei. – Some final iPhone assembly could be delayed to early October, and it wouldn’t be surprising if there are further delays because there are still a lot of tests going on now and the final designs have not yet been locked down, the person said.
iPhone 12 is expected to feature 5G support and a new design that's similar to the iPhone 4. Apple is said to be craving to keep the cost of the iPhone 12 around the same as the current-generation iPhone 11,

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