Apple iPhone 12/Pro will be released soon, supply chain starts to supply


According to a report from China’s Taiwan Economic Daily, although Apple’s new iPhone 12 is delayed this year, the market generally expects the new phone to be unveiled in the early fourth quarter. The supply chain has also spread that Apple has begun to require component factories to start stocking, including Apple’s supply chain such as Largan, Wenmao, Hongzhun, and Catcher, which will soon start shipping to downstream foundries .

According to previous news, the iPhone 12 that Apple will launch this year will use OLED display technology for all series, including 5.4 inches, 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches. The four mobile phone models are iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Max/12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max.

In terms of internal components, the iPhone 12 will be equipped with the A14 Bionic processor, manufactured by TSMC’s 5nm process, with better performance and processing speed than the previous generation processor A13 Bionic, and the game performance is expected to increase by more than 50%.


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Taiwan media also said that in order to welcome the arrival of the 5G era, Apple will also introduce ToF sensors or LiDAR lidars in the front and rear lenses of the new machine this year to bring users a better AR/VR experience.

Earlier, Fast Company quoted relevant people familiar with the matter as saying that Apple will add Sony’s LiDAR lidar to the camera lens of the new high-end iPhone model (tentatively called iPhone 12 Pro) in 2020 . iPhone 12 Pro will be equipped with LiDAR LiDAR developed by Sony “).


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