Currently due to economical situation in all over the world iPhone 9 launch is delay. Apple loop is here to remind you of a few of the very many discussions that have happened around Apple over last seven days. iPhone 12 production is also postponed due to Corona Virus.
Apple faces WWDC cancellations and iPhone delays
Around the world, Apple is facing up to the implications of showing down coronavirus. As well as the cancellation of the launch event for the iPhone 9. Apple is also looking at a cancellation of its worldwide developer conference.
Virus impact is also being felt in Apple’s production chain, with the iPhone 9 indefinitely postponed and the iPhone 12 also looking at a potential delay. That’s all going to have a financial impact.
Due to Corona Virus all over factory of Apple in china is shutdown temporarily and all production is stopped.
Due to recent news from New York is Apple shutdown all the retail store until 4 April.
Secret of iPhone 12
Putting aside viral delays, a closer examination of the beta code for ios 14 has brought to light a number of new features inside the code, such as the ability to recall messages.
Iphone 12 needs to be a huge change to Apple’s smartphone. The iPhone 11 range brought very little in terms of an upgrade. With new camera tweaks and some more power inside, they were modest updates to the popular iPhone range.
iPhone 12 will comes with A14 5G bionic chip and it will more costly compare to iPhone 11 series because to 5G chip set.
Though Apple is expected to continue offering both higher-end iPhones and lower-end (more affordable) iPhones in 2020, all of the devices may come equipped with OLED displays this year, with Apple doing away with LCDs for its iPhone lineup.
Apple’s use of OLED across the iPhone lineup will allow for “more flexible handset design.” Apple is testing OLED displays from Chinese company BOE Display, which makes LCDs for Apple’s iPads and MacBooks. Apple has been using Samsung OLED displays in recent OLED iPhones and is expected to continue doing so.
The new iPhones coming in 2020 are expected to adopt a Samsung technology called Y-OCTA, that allows touchscreen circuitry to be directly patterned on the OLED panel without the need for a separate layer, resulting in a thinner display and lower production costs, though it’s not clear if this translates to a thinner body design.
Future iPhones could adopt the Apple Watch’s low-power LTPO display technology. LTPO, or low-temperature polycrystalline oxide, has an Oxide TFT structure that uses up to 15 percent less power than LTPS, or low-temperature polysilicon, the backplane technology that Apple currently uses.
It’s not entirely clear if Apple will adopt this technology for the iPhone 12 or a future iPhone.
Some of the iPhones coming in 2020 are also rumored to include touch-integrated displays supplied by LG, with LG also planning to switch to LTPO backplane technology in the second half of 2020, perhaps supplying more power efficient displays for some 2020 iPhones if the displays are ready in time.