Apple says it improves the cameras on its iPhones every year but with such an accomplished mobile photography set up in the iphone 11 range, it’ll be hard to convince regular consumers to upgrade this year. This stabilisation could be the hook, as niche as it seems now.

While there are two other iPhone models expected this September, Kuo reckons this feature might be saved for the 6.7in model only. We would be sceptical of this unless Apple is looking to split its line up differently. If it goes for iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, we wouldn’t expect the Max to gain any hardware advantage over the smaller Pro.

The coronavirus outbreak will hopefully not stop Apple releasing the iPhone 12 range in September. Last week the company announced a new iPad Pro and MacBook Air without an event.