Apple has taken a step slower this year in the 5G process, with the iPhone 11 series supporting only 4G, making next year’s 5G iPhone much more anticipated. On date,media 9TechEleven produced a set of renderings of the iPhone 2020 product line, based on forecasts from Tianfeng International analyst Guo Mingyi and JPMorgan Chase. Given the predicted accuracy and reliability of the first two, the shape of this rendering is of valuable value.
By 2020, Apple will release five new iPhones, four that support 5G (iPhone 12 series) and range in size from 4.7 inches to 6.7 inches, according to Mr Guo. The 4.7-inch version looks like the iPhone 8 (iPhone SE2), and the remaining four look back to the iPhone 4.
From the chart, the 5G iPhone will be split into the iPhone 12 ($699-$799) and the iPhone 12 Pro ($999-$1099), all with an A14 processor, to be released in September 2020.
Among them, the iPhone 12 Series includes: 5.4-inch OLED iPhone (rear dual camera) and 6.1-inch OLED iPhone (rear dual camera);
The iPhone 12 Pro Series includes: 6.1-inch OLED iPhone (rear three-camera-ToF) and 6.7-inch OLED iPhone (rear three-camera-ToF).
In terms of form, the iPhone 12 Pro series is designed to be updated, and Liu Hai is smaller. The iPhone 12 will continue the shape of the current iPhone 11 series, adding to the dual camera.
It is reported that the four 5G iPhones are equipped with Qualcomm X55 baseband, and according to different countries to sell sub-6G or Sub-6G plus mmWave models.
For countries with no 5G or low penetration, Apple may use software to turn off the Sub-6G iPhone 5G feature to reduce the cost of purchasing the X55 baseband.
There’s also an iPhone SE2 with a 4.7-inch LCD screen, a 4.7-inch LCD, a single-camera, and a spring 2020 release that starts at $399.
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