Tim Cook admits the iPhone 11 in a launch event in Cupertino, Calif on Sept. 10, 2019.Source: AppleApple Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri implied through the organization’s financial third-quarter 2020 earnings call on Thursday that fresh iPhones may not establish in September since they generally do.”As you know, the previous year we began selling fresh iPhones in late September. This yearwe endeavor provide to be available a couple weeks afterwards,” Maestri said on the call.Apple was not immediately available to comment on whether that implies all new iPhones will likely be postponed or simply specific models. Apple is expected to announce multiple models of iPhone 12 in varying shapes and sizes, such as it did with all an iPhone 11 past year.Maestri did not expand on the subject, but Apple occasionally declares new iPhones in September and subsequently sells them afterwards. In 2017, as an instance, Apple declared that the iPhone 8, the iPhone 8 Plus along with the iPhone X. Though the iPhone 8 along with iPhone 8 Plus went on sale in September, the iPhone X was not released until November.Qualcomm indicated the delay was potential. In its earnings report earlier this week, Qualcomm stated that it anticipates 5G handset prices will be 15% lower year over year in the quarter ending in September because of a unnamed customer delaying a “worldwide 5G flagship phone launching .” Apple’s new iPhones are expected to support 5G networksThe Wall Street Journal said in April that mass production for brand new iPhones had been pushed back “about a month.” Susquehanna stated in January that Apple’s decision to create its own antenna modules would delay the fastest 5G iPhone into December or January. Bank of America said in March the 5G iPhone could be delayed due to the coronavirus. JPMorgan said Apple’s new iPhone could be delayed one to two months. And Nikkei Asian Review said in March that Apple was considering delaying its iPhone launch by “months” because of issues related to consumer demand during and after the Covid-19 epidemic.TF International Securities’ Ming Chi Kuo, a top Apple analyst, said in April that he believes Apple’s 6.1-inch and 5.4-inch iPhones will enter mass manufacturing in September but that the larger 67-inch model would not be mass produced until October.— CNBC’s Jordan Novet contributed to the report.