We know that you were excited for iPhone 12 but there’s a problem.
Recent predictions made by the British bank, Barclays are that the new Apple iPhone 12 which is set to release at the end of the year will not have many customary in-box accessories like a power adapter or even a pair of earbuds.
So, basically, if this prediction ends up being true, you might have to increase your budget. For example, the brand new iPhone will probably have a USB-C to lightning cable in the box.
This might not be a problem for someone who already has used Apple phones in the past. However, this is a matter of concern for those who haven’t used an iPhone in the past. Hence, when they purchase the new iPhone, they will pay another $19 to $20 to get themselves a power adapter from Apple.
This can also be a trick from Apple’s end because the lack of earbuds might just push users to purchase the popular Airpods which cost around $159. Now, why should you believe this news? Well, Barclays has contacts and links with Apple suppliers. Hence, the research memo that MacRumors obtained has some essential information regarding the iPhone 12 and other future products from Apple.
The same set of people also said that the production of the upcoming iPhones is approximately 4 to 6 weeks behind. However, that wouldn’t force Apple to delay its keynote event announcements.
So far, a new iPad Pro and the new AirPods line is predicted to release next year amongst many other things.