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Apple’s all-new iPhone 12 is taking shape fast and, while the design looks familiar, it is all-change inside for one of the company’s biggest releases in years. But that release has now been cast in doubt. 

> Apple iPhone 12: Everything We Know So Far [Updated]
Forbes Gordon Kelly

Building on the recent Nikkei warnings about iPhone supply, a new exclusive from Reuters reveals that the impact of the Coronavirus on Apple’s ability to validate and fine-tune the assembly processes for the iPhone 12. These processes are critical on-location work with Reuter’s sources pointing out that there are numerous variables, right down to air quality levels for the production of various components, which make this time period crucial. 

02/26 Update: in a more positive development today, >MacWorld has dug into the next-generation 802.11ay wireless spec which recently >leaked as an iPhone 12 standout feature and it's a big deal. Respected MacWorld writer Jason Cross reveals the standard, which is essentially WiGig 2.0, is a potential game-changer for the iPhone with the ability to transfer data at a mind-boggling 176 gigabits per second (22,000 megabytes per second). By adding it to Macs, Cross notes that Apple would be able to make AirDrop virtually instantaneous while it has more than enough bandwidth to become the backbone for Apple's next (and heavily patented) focus: augmented and virtual reality. The deep dive is well worth reading in full and, while everyone will focus on the iPhone 12’s >design and camera changes, 802.11ay could well prove to be the real star.

02/27 Update: more good news for the iPhone 12 has also broken today. >IT Home reports that Apple is part of a group of companies (including Huawei, Oppo and Samsung) who all plan to use gallium nitride (GaN) to produce more powerful, more efficient smartphone chargers with reduced dimensions. Xiaomi currently leads the field here with a 65W GaN charger which can charge its Mi 10 Pro from 0-100% in just 45 minutes. IT Home didn't state what wattage Apple is working on, but Samsung has added support for up to 45W on the Galaxy S20 Ultra (though a 25W charger is bundled). With the iPhone range currently limited to just 18W, there is a lot of room for improvement. GaN is becoming popular with third party charger makers like Anker, RavPower and Aukey so it makes sense for it to go mainstream in 2020.

“There is no face-to-face work being done,” said a Reuters source, speaking about current smartphone production cycles in the country. “And the word is, that’s probably not going to change for another month at best. You’re really talking about two lost months, which in the consumer electronics cycle is huge.”

Reuters also cites a second insider who states that Apple’s transition process from iPhone prototype to the assembly of millions of units “starts in earnest” between late January and early February and by which time Apple has normally tested multiple prototypes as it finalizes a process called engineering validation. And this has to happen early “because of the huge volumes needed” for chips and other parts, which Reuters says are almost all custom-made. 

And the consequences of this are becoming clearer to analysts with Dan Ives of powerhouse investor Wedbush, warning that a worst-case scenario sees Apple’s supply chain unable to hit full capacity until June with the iPhone 9 delayed until July and the iPhone 12 delayed past the holiday season in 2021. Such a delay would shock the whole industry. 

> Apple iPhone SE2: Everything We Know So Far [Updated]
Forbes Gordon Kelly

Meanwhile, Apple is taking no chances. Having already issued an earnings warning caused by the virus, it has now warned all shareholders planning to attend its annual shareholder meeting tomorrow that a 14-day quarantine period is required for anyone who traveled to China this month. The company has also stated that it is working closely with public health experts and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as it tries to make headway. 

While public health trumps new smartphones every time, the delays are unfortunate given everything we know so far about Apple’s 2020 ambitions. The so-called iPhone 9 is meant to launch next month when it will become the most powerful small smartphone in the world. Meanwhile, the iPhone 12 will support all-new display tech, a long-range 3D camera, potentially MacBook Pro-rivalling Apple A14 chip and a seemingly unique 5G implementation

Expect this picture to keep changing. So watch this space. 

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Apple’s all-new iPhone 12 is taking shape fast and, while the design looks familiar, it is all-change inside for one of the company’s biggest releases in years. But that release has now been cast in doubt. 

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iPhone 12 concept render showing new sizes

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> Apple iPhone 12: Everything We Know So Far [Updated]
Forbes Gordon Kelly

Building on the recent Nikkei warnings about iPhone supply, a new exclusive from Reuters reveals that the impact of the Coronavirus on Apple’s ability to validate and fine-tune the assembly processes for the iPhone 12. These processes are critical on-location work with Reuter’s sources pointing out that there are numerous variables, right down to air quality levels for the production of various components, which make this time period crucial. 

02/26 Update: in a more positive development today, >MacWorld has dug into the next-generation 802.11ay wireless spec which recently >leaked as an iPhone 12 standout feature and it's a big deal. Respected MacWorld writer Jason Cross reveals the standard, which is essentially WiGig 2.0, is a potential game-changer for the iPhone with the ability to transfer data at a mind-boggling 176 gigabits per second (22,000 megabytes per second). By adding it to Macs, Cross notes that Apple would be able to make AirDrop virtually instantaneous while it has more than enough bandwidth to become the backbone for Apple's next (and heavily patented) focus: augmented and virtual reality. The deep dive is well worth reading in full and, while everyone will focus on the iPhone 12’s >design and camera changes, 802.11ay could well prove to be the real star.

02/27 Update: more good news for the iPhone 12 has also broken today. >IT Home reports that Apple is part of a group of companies (including Huawei, Oppo and Samsung) who all plan to use gallium nitride (GaN) to produce more powerful, more efficient smartphone chargers with reduced dimensions. Xiaomi currently leads the field here with a 65W GaN charger which can charge its Mi 10 Pro from 0-100% in just 45 minutes. IT Home didn't state what wattage Apple is working on, but Samsung has added support for up to 45W on the Galaxy S20 Ultra (though a 25W charger is bundled). With the iPhone range currently limited to just 18W, there is a lot of room for improvement. GaN is becoming popular with third party charger makers like Anker, RavPower and Aukey so it makes sense for it to go mainstream in 2020.

“There is no face-to-face work being done,” said a Reuters source, speaking about current smartphone production cycles in the country. “And the word is, that’s probably not going to change for another month at best. You’re really talking about two lost months, which in the consumer electronics cycle is huge.”

Reuters also cites a second insider who states that Apple’s transition process from iPhone prototype to the assembly of millions of units “starts in earnest” between late January and early February and by which time Apple has normally tested multiple prototypes as it finalizes a process called engineering validation. And this has to happen early “because of the huge volumes needed” for chips and other parts, which Reuters says are almost all custom-made. 

And the consequences of this are becoming clearer to analysts with Dan Ives of powerhouse investor Wedbush, warning that a worst-case scenario sees Apple’s supply chain unable to hit full capacity until June with the iPhone 9 delayed until July and the iPhone 12 delayed past the holiday season in 2021. Such a delay would shock the whole industry. 

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Apple iPhone 12 concept render showing an expected to new color option

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> Apple iPhone SE2: Everything We Know So Far [Updated]
Forbes Gordon Kelly

Meanwhile, Apple is taking no chances. Having already issued an earnings warning caused by the virus, it has now warned all shareholders planning to attend its annual shareholder meeting tomorrow that a 14-day quarantine period is required for anyone who traveled to China this month. The company has also stated that it is working closely with public health experts and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as it tries to make headway. 

While public health trumps new smartphones every time, the delays are unfortunate given everything we know so far about Apple’s 2020 ambitions. The so-called iPhone 9 is meant to launch next month when it will become the most powerful small smartphone in the world. Meanwhile, the iPhone 12 will support all-new display tech, a long-range 3D camera, potentially MacBook Pro-rivalling Apple A14 chip and a seemingly unique 5G implementation

Expect this picture to keep changing. So watch this space. 

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