According to the Korean Herald, the upcoming iPhone 12 series may be launched in South Korea earlier than usual. South Korean telecoms companies say the launch time of a new iPhone in South Korea is usually about a month after it goes public in the United States. Last year, the iPhone 11 arrived in South Korea on October 25, well after it was launched in the United States on September 20. South Korea took the lead in realizing 5g telecom business in April 2019. As of July this year, South Korea has nearly 8 million 5g users. Since the iPhone 12 series will be the first product to carry 5g, South Korea is expected to become an important market for apple, so this may be the reason for the early release. < / P > < p > most importantly, the iPhone 12 Pro Max may be the first smartphone in the Korean market to support 5g high-frequency 28ghz band, which makes it more attractive to users who can use the frequency. < / P > < p > Apple may also want to expand its market share in South Korea, which currently accounts for only 19%. Samsung dominates 67% of South Korea’s smartphone market. An earlier launch, in line with other key regions such as the UK and Germany, could help the company gain a more foothold in South Korea and demonstrate the country’s growing importance to apple. < / P > < p > sources also said that South Korean telecom operators are preparing to launch the iPhone 12 model in late October or early November. Now rumors seem to point to the iPhone 12’s debut on Tuesday, October 13, followed by a launch on October 23. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure