Last year’s September, Apple announced it’s flagship smartphones, the iPhone 11 series the same was the year prior but that should have been the case in 2020 except Apple only announced the Apple Watch 6, Watch SE, iPad Air 4 and iPad 8 but no iPhone 12 which got some people asking when the device will eventually debut or maybe it never will be in 2020.
Meanwhile Apple also didn’t even mention anything relating to the release of the iPhone 12 series which gave the impression that the release date could just be next month which is basically due to the situation which the COVID-19 had put the company as well as many others around the world.
But the interesting news is that even though majority of rumors and speculations has it that the iPhone 12 series release date is scheduled to the second week of the month of October, another rumor sprung up last night that there could be another event by September 30th when Apple will finally get to release the iPhone 12 series.
The source of the rumor is via a Twitter user with the name Jenna Ezarik who shared a little clip of the last night’s iPad demo which go on to show the Apple Pencil being used to etch in a line “Due to Sept 30th” which then highlighted and became an event.
“During the #AppleEvent today… do we think this is a sign for when the iPhone announcement will be??!!” tweeted Ezarik.
The tweet has since gotten more than 170 retweets with thousands of likes which showed some people are definitely happy about the new rumor.
And the iPhone 12 series itself has had enough buzz which had made people anticipate the release of the device all around the world. But even though there were situations leading to the initial September’s launch to not having the device debuting, there is definitely going to be a separate date for it as well.
While this could be a huge hint that Apple has slyly dropped in, it could also be something of no significance whatsoever except for a part of the iPad demo. Either way, before the week runs out, there might just be some other breadcrumbs to trail on in order to really gt the release date of the device.