Internet users accidentally discovered that the official YouTube channel of the giant American phone manufacturer Apple had suddenly tested the live broadcast of its Fall 2020 conference in the morning.
Internet users accidentally discovered that the official YouTube channel of the giant American phone manufacturer Camel It suddenly tested the live broadcast of its Fall 2020 conference on Friday morning, revealing when the iPhone 12 would be launched.
It has not been determined whether Apple will choose to hold the fall conference on September 10, and it is also doubtful that this direct test represents the company’s true intent to make an early announcement.
It was reported that Apple had uploaded a test video to the YouTube platform, during which it revealed the date of the launch of its latest iPhone 12, but quickly deleted it again when it realized the error.
A Twitter user spotted a scheduled live broadcast notification on September 10, 2020 at 12:15 pm on Apple’s YouTube channel.
Apple usually announces new iPhones in September, but given the coronavirus pandemic and rumors of delays, it is doubtful that this tradition will continue this year.
The company also clarified that shipments of the new iPhone will indeed be delayed, but no date has been set for announcing it yet.
In the same context, it is expected that many improvements will be made to up to four models in the new Apple series, and as always, Apple is keen to keep information about its upcoming products strongly.