On September 22, according to foreign media reports, apple did not launch the iPhone 12 series at the press conference starting at 1:00 a.m. Beijing time (10:00 a.m. Pacific time) on September 16, as predicted by well-known analyst Guo Mingzhen, apple did not launch the iPhone 12 series, nor did fruit powder see the 5g iPhone they had been waiting for. The iPhone 12 didn’t appear at the new product launch on September 16, and apple hasn’t announced a specific release time or when. < p > < p > Apple’s iPhone is the undisputed overlord in the global high-end smartphone market. Before the release of each new generation of iPhone, foreign media, analysts and research institutions often predict the release time, configuration, price, etc., and iPhone 12 is no exception. < / P > < p > in terms of the release time of iPhone 12, foreign media currently expect to release on October 13 or October 14, which is more than one month later than the release time of new iPhones in autumn of recent three years. < p > < p > although Apple has not yet announced the specific release time, there is still a certain basis for foreign media to predict October 13 or October 14. Apple’s autumn product launches in the past eight years are held on Tuesdays or Wednesdays, and no later than the second week of the month. October 13 happens to be the second Tuesday in October, and the 14th is Wednesday. < / P > < p > the iPhone 12 series will be the first Apple iPhone to support 5g network connection, which is also an important reason for the outside world to expect the iPhone 12. Previously, analysts have predicted that the iPhone 12 will bring a super update cycle for Apple’s iPhone. Among the nearly 1 billion iPhone users in the world, it is estimated that about 350 million will be replaced in this update cycle. < / P > < p > for the iPhone 12, Guo Mingzhen and other analysts generally expect that there will be four models, all of which adopt OLED screens, all support 5g, and the price range is wider, so consumers will have more choices. SpaceX beat blue origin and Northrop Grumman to win a $316 million air force contract