Back in May 2020, rumors claimed that the Apple iPhone 12 will be sold without the wired EarPods. New reports are now stating that the upcoming smartphone’s package will also arrive without a power adapter.
According to sources, the only component that will ship with the iPhone 12 is a USB-C to Lightning cable. The power adapter that traditionally comes with the box will be sold separately, with the basic 5W adapter priced at $19 USD and the 18W adapter for the iPhone 11 Pro model for $29 USD. The report contradicts that of Twitter user Mr. White, who uploaded photos of a 20W adapter that could be possibly be used for the iPhone 12 line.
In addition, Barclays predicts that mass production of the iPhone 12 will be delayed by four to six weeks compared to a normal year. Several analysts estimate that the new iPhone lineup will be released in September, however select models will most likely not be available for order until October or November.