Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) intends to unveil about six different iPhone 12 models by the time 2020 arrives. Market dynamics tend to be shifting quite fast and that is impacting customer-decision making significantly. Leading manufacturers such as Apple are expanding their businesses quite fast and that is even clear from today’s announcement.
A close outlook
The situation was quite different when the business guru was starting its manufacturing activities. For instance, it would unveil a single model at a particular time. This meant an easy time for the customers who had to look at very few aspects to make their decisions. They would check out attributes such as color and the storage volume.
Most of the customers are still getting to terms with this major shift. They think that the ballooning of the number of iPhone options they need to choose from complicates matters a great deal for them. The trend has been ongoing for over quite some time. In this year alone, the business giant has unveiled about three new iPhone models. These are the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and lastly was the unveiling of the iPhone 11 Max.
Analysts have spoken about the matter saying that the efforts are targeted at ensuring that the business guru upholds its market leadership. They think that its iPhone 12 lineup will stand out as the most expansive one its customers have ever seen this far.
Rosenblatt analyst Jun Zhang has been conducting extensive research and he has unveiled his findings today. From the report, Apple is set to launch about six distinct iPhone 12 models in the coming year.
It is worth noting that Zhang’s report greatly conflicts with some previous rumors regarding the company’s moves. However, it is too early for anyone to take a side regarding the matter because the official iPhone 12 release is quite far. Probably, it should be happening in a matter of about nine months. Customers and others following this company’s progress will just have to wait and see which way things move.
Apple has explained its decision to unveil the six iPhone 12 models. According to the company, the move has much to do with developing the 4G and 5G enabled devices.