On the morning of December 25th, according tomedia reports, supply chain reports indicate that Apple will see double-digit growth in iPhone sales next year, and there are signs that a large proportion of iPhone users will upgrade 5G. Wall Street is underestimating the iPhone’s prospects in 2020 and beyond, according to an Apple analyst. Wedbush analysts’ optimism is based on a number of factors, starting with early supply chain signals.
Apple’s iPhone sales will grow by double digits next year (pictured from @9to5mac)
Looking ahead, after wrapping up its recent trip to Asia, Wedbush analysts believe potential demand for the iPhone is still well above Wall Street’s expectations for fiscal 2020, with $185 million/190 million sales the bottom line for Apple’s positive growth.
Apple will adopt a two-yearly model for new machines next year, with the latest iPhone SE2 and a number of 5G phones behind.
Apple’s iPhone 12 series, which is being built, will include four models, all of which support a 5G network and include screens of 5.8 inches, 6.1 inches, 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches, according to the industry chain.
In addition, it has been reported that next year’s new iPhone will be equipped with an A14 processor, one of which is a 5.4-inch version, the other two are 6.1-inch versions, and the last is a 6.7-inch version, both support 5G, support IP68 waterproof and other features.
The high-end iPhone 12 series will also have an adjustment to the rear three cameras, with pixels upgraded to 16 megapixels, and a ToF will be available, which will make Apple’s AR layout smoother when added.
Judging by the information now available, at least five new iPhone versions will be available in 2020.
According to Guo Mingyu, a well-known analyst, while the new iPhone has joined the 5G network, Apple will not raise its price much for market share and will shift costs to the industry chain.
With about 900 million iPhone users, Wedbush believes more than a third of users will upgrade to 5G next year.
So far, Wedbush analysts believe that 200 million phones may be just the starting point for 5G Apple smartphones, as a total of 350 million iPhones out of a 900 million user base have the opportunity to upgrade.