IPhone 9 may launch today as cases hit retailers

Darnell Taylor
March 31, 2020

"Wedbush bullish on AAPL long-term, COVID-19 only a temporary speed bump" From BollyInside. Other goods on track for a 2020 launch include a new MacBook Pro, a new Apple Watch, plus a brand new Apple TV. Apple has been launching a couple of products over the last weeks, but without a special launch event.

Apple, its biggest client, rescinded its outlook for the first quarter of 2020 saying manufacturing in China had taken longer than expected to resume amid travel restrictions and an extended Lunar New Year break.

Apple already offers LIDAR sensors in the iPad Pro launched a while back, which makes it sort of a natural progression for the feature to now make its way to the iPhone as well.

If it finally sees the light of day, we'll be interested to see how it sells. It looks like Apple has been planning to launch a host of new hardware even as most of the company's employees are working from home.

In comparison with its practices, in early March, Apple started allowing engineers to take home variants of future apparatus to keep work.

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The report is compatible with another report published by Bloomberg, which claims that Apple's launch date still remains valid. Previously, the company allowed select employees to take home almost complete devices such as iPhones for real world testing.

Included in the arrangement, Apple has clamped down on which workers are permitted to take home future versions of applications, such as another release of iOS, the stage that conducts the iPhone and iPad.

There is A new HomePod intriguing given that the unit is almost two years old at this time. "Like with hardware, employees working on unreleased software, such as the upcoming iOS 14, require approval from the highest levels of the organization, the people said".

In addition to the rumors of the procurement issue about Apple products, it is also a question of when the new models will be released. A new iPad may be coming, or maybe it's the new iPad Pro, but at least we know that Apple is letting selected employees take almost complete devices for real-world testing.

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