Apple is set to launch its iPhone successors this year in September. It is already evident of what to expect from the upcoming trio iPhones, which are technically incremental upgrades for its last year released iPhones, except for the cameras, according to the reports surfaced earlier. While there aren’t any radical changes of the iPhones launching this year, reports were emerging about the anticipated 2020 iPhones already. Late last month, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had confirmed the iPhone line-up of next year suggesting all the three iPhone models would be coming with OLED screens and with 5G capabilities as well.
And, now, JP Morgan had shed some relatable news of iPhones, which are gearing up to launch next year. According to the CNBC report, JP Morgan analysts have revealed Apple plans of introducing not three but four iPhones in 2020. Out of which, the three iPhone will be featuring OLED screens as per earlier reports, and there’s said to be a cheaper variant as well on the likes of iPhone 8 released last year.
The JP Morgan analysts dig deep into on what to expect from the iPhones In 2020, which include — three OLED display iPhones with — a 5.4-inch, 6.1-inch, and 6.7-inch displays and these iPhones are said to be 5G ready as well with 5G baseband modems (with mmWave frequencies support). The report further indicates that at least two of these iPhones (preferably the iPhone X1S successors) would be featuring 3D Sensing (ToF – Time of Flight) with AR/VR capabilities for more enhanced gaming. Apple had already implemented 3D sensors on the front for iPhone X and above, and the report indicates the similar approach will be implemented on the rear of 2020 iPhones as well.
As for the cameras is concerned, the report indicates the 2020 iPhones would be carrying the new rear cameras setup of this years’ high-end iPhones. What’s interesting is that, according to the report, Apple is said to be bringing much affordable iPhone on the likes of iPhone 8 but with top-of-the-line internals by eliminating OLED panels and opting for an LCD panel and the 5G capabilities too. The report suggests consumers would be 5G ready by 2020, and also, the 5G enabled iPhones releasing that year will most likely boost up the iPhone sales as well. As for this year’s trio of iPhones, it is pretty evident that there wouldn’t be any 5G capabilities. Stay connected to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.