Apple will adjust the iPhone 12 launch schedule due to current travel restrictions and logistics delays. This is likely to delay the launch of the most expensive 6.7 inch iPhone model in 2020.
The development of iPhone 12 is in the technical testing stage at the moment and it is likely extended by two weeks until the end of April for the 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch models (two are expected) and until mid-May for the most advanced 6.7-inch iPhone 12.
The analyst expects that the first three models will go on sale in September and the most expensive iPhone will appear on the shelves only in October. MacRumors notes that such a two-stage launch has already been used in 2017 and 2018 when the iPhone 8/8 Plus and iPhone X as well as the iPhone XS/XS Max and iPhone XR began selling at different times.
iPhone SE is expected to go on sale in April and his announcement will be held next week according to Jeff Poo.