Jon Prosser: 78.4% accurate

19 rumors

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Reporting on leaks for years on his YouTube channel, Front Page Tech, and only becoming a source in 2020, Jon Prosser made a name for himself by sharing the iPhone SE (2020) release date before anyone else.

Rumor accuracy

Rumor list

  • Green = True
  • Red = False
  • Yellow = Pending

2020

June 21

  • No new hardware at WWDC 2020, link

June 18

  • iOS will soon be called “iPhone OS,” link

May 29

  • 2021 iPhone 13 Pro will have same layout as 2020 iPhone 12 Pro, link

May 19

  • Apple’s upcoming AR glasses:
    • Named “Apple Glass,” link
    • $499
      • Prescription lenses available for additional charge
    • Pair to iPhone (like Apple Watch)
    • Will look similar to standard glasses
    • LiDAR sensor on right side
    • Wireless charging with included stand
    • “Displays in both lenses”
    • “Starboard” is UI name
    • Interaction happens through gestures on and in front of the glasses
    • Scan Apple QR codes
    • Announced at “One more thing” in Fall 2020 or at March 2021 event

May 15

  • Apple AR glasses coming between March-June 2021, link

May 10

2020 iPhone details:

  • 5.4-inch iPhone
    • Named “iPhone 12”
    • OLED, link
    • 4GB RAM
    • Storage:
      • 128GB
      • 256GB
    • Aluminum body
    • A14 processor
    • 5G
    • Dual cameras
  • 6.1-inch iPhone
    • Named “iPhone 12 Max”
    • OLED
    • 4GB RAM
    • Storage:
      • 128GB
      • 256GB
    • Aluminum body
    • A14 processor
    • 5G
    • Dual cameras
  • 6.1-inch Pro iPhone
    • OLED
      • ProMotion
      • 10-bit
    • 6GB RAM
    • Storage:
      • 128GB
      • 256GB
      • 512GB
    • Stainless steel body
    • A14 processor
    • 5G
    • Triple cameras
      • LiDAR
  • 6.7-inch Pro iPhone
    • OLED
      • ProMotion
      • 10-bit
    • 6GB RAM
    • Storage:
      • 128GB
      • 256GB
      • 512GB
    • Stainless steel body
    • A14 processor
    • 5G
    • Triple cameras
      • LiDAR

May 9

  • Apple over-ear headphones will be called “AirPods Studio,” link

May 8

  • watchOS 7/8 will support to mental health tracking features, link
    • Ability to detect panic attacks before they happen

May 7

  • New Apple TV 4K ready to ship, link
    • A12X processor
    • Storage configurations:
      • 64GB
      • 128GB

May 6

  • iMac ready to ship, link

May 4

  • New MacBook Pro launching May 4 (later today), link
    • Dropping at 5:30am PST, link

April 30

  • 2020 iPhone pricing:
    • 5.4-inch: $649, link
    • 6.1-inch: $749
    • 6.1-inch Pro: $999
    • 6.7-inch Pro: $1,099

April 22

  • Final Cut Pro X (FCPX) coming to iPad Pro within the next year, link
  • Logic Pro coming to iPad Pro within the next year
  • Xcode coming to iPad Pro within the next year

April 19

  • New AirPods ready to launch, link
  • 2020 iPhone 12:
    • No Smart Connector, link
    • No Apple Pencil support
    • Schematic depicts smaller, collapsed notch, link

April 18

  • No USB-C on 2020 iPhone 12, link

April 15

  • “iPhone SE” name, link
  • iPhone SE releasing at 11am EST
  • iPhone SE to cost $399

April 13

  • New version of AirPower expected Q4 2020/Q1 2021

April 10

  • Apple working on home screen widgets
  • Apple developing third-party Control Center widgets, link
  • Leaked AirPower (C68) prototype photo with A11 chip inside, link

April 7

  • Apple over-ear headphones to cost $350, link
  • AirPods X for sports/running coming September/October 2020
    • ~$200
  • Apple plans to phase out Beats (eventually)

April 4

  • Updated 13-inch MacBook Pro (J223) releasing in May 2020, link

April 1

  • iPhone 9 may be announced on April 14/15, 2020 to overshadow OnePlus’ announcement, link

March 31

  • Coming at WWDC:
    • MacBook Pro
    • Over-ear headphones
    • AirTags, link
  • iPhone 9 shipments on April 22, link

March 26

  • iPhone 9 ready to ship in April, link

March 23

  • iPhone 12 delayed until October or November 2020, link

March 22

  • New version of AirPower is in the works, link

March 19

  • New iPad Pro releasing near end of 2020, link
    • 5G
    • A14x processor
  • Tentative date for WWDC 2020 is June 1, link

March 15

  • New Apple products coming this week, link
  • Powerbeats 4 T-Mobile leak, link

March 13

  • WWDC 2020 to be online-only, link
  • US Apple Stores to close to due coronavirus, link

March 10

  • Apple March 2020 event cancelled, link