Affected by the epidemic, there have been many voices that the iPhone 12 will be affected and will not be launched in September as usual. Although there is also a lot of news that the current iPhone 12 development is "still within the expected range".
However, the CEO of iPhone parts supplier Broadcom said in an interview with Bloomberg that its North American "major customer" key product was postponed, which caused Broadcom to anticipate a year-on-year decline in revenue in the wireless business in the third quarter until the third Four seasons will increase. The outside world now expects the iPhone 12 to be launched in October this year, a month later than in the past. Earlier, investment bank Goldman Sachs expected that iPhone 12 would wait as soon as November.