Apple Might Release Two iPhones With 5G Support in 2020


This time, the analyst didn't come to bring any news about the 2019 lineup, but more interesting, he brought some interesting details about the 2020 iPhone lineup.

TF International Securities analyst Ming Chi Kuo said in a note Monday the tech giant would release three models with 5.4-inch, 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch OLED display screens, according to CNBC. Apple's 6.7-inch and 5.4-inch iPhones will be 5G-capable, while a mid-size 6.1-inch iPhone won't have 5G and will likely be cheaper without 5G features, news website MacRumors reported. It is widely believed Apple will continue the tradition of launching three iPhones next year, like this year and last year and the year before that. The addition of a 5.4-inch model will undoubtedly be a welcome change for those who find the standard iPhone X and XS to be too large as well. Moving to a 5.4-inch diagonal would result in a significantly more compact device.

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By 2021, however, Kuo estimates that all new iPhones will carry 5G support with the company's own modems ready for duty by 2022 or 2023. Furthermore, The 2020 iPhone XS3 and XS3 Max will support both sub-6GHz and mmWave technology. But there are some things that will truly set 2020 iPhone lineup apart from all the iPhones launched till date along with the ones coming later this fall. We are already being treated with titbits about the 2020 iPhone lineup and it's gravely satisfying to watch what Apple has in store for us all come next year. If those sizes are accurate, it means the successor to the XS will be slightly smaller and the successor to the XS Max will be slightly bigger. The iPhone XR will retain its LCD display but will introduce a secondary camera sensor.