Broadcom hints at delay in iPhone 12 launch


Rumors of a possible delay in the release of the next iPhones have been running for a long time due to the global pandemic. Of course with factories being closed this spring, and people confined home.

Apple supplier Hock Tan, CEO of Broadcom said on Thursday that revenue in the wireless sector will occur later. According to Reuters. Tan was forced to warn its shareholders of a possible delay in billing in the third quarter of this year. The company is a regular supplier to Apple supplying various types of chips, including Wi-Fi and LTE modems. The last contract signed is worth $15 billion.

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, in April already predicted a delay of a month in the departure of the iPhone 12 due to the pandemic. Apple traditionally every year announces its new iPhones in the September keynote and release it in October.

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