It hasn’t passed more than three months since Apple‘s new iPhones were released. Ever since the launch, the Internet was flooded with rumors and speculations regarding Apple’s upcoming models.
This is perhaps the company’s fault as well. Apple did not update the devices in a more convincing manner, and that is why people are now waiting for something new and interesting – be it the revamped iPhone SE, or the next generation of flagship devices that will launch on the market in September 2020.
As per an article released by TF International Securities and published by MacRumors, reliable tech analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has made his predictions for the future iPhone devices. Even though he doesn’t mention a thing about the iPhone SE 2, he focuses on some other models.
Four Flagships Instead of Three
The report noted that Apple’s flagship series would not be restricted by just three devices like this year. Rather, Kuo predicts that the flagships would be a total of four, with two of these packing a 6.1-inch display, and the rest would be 5.4 and 6.7 inches. The analyst continues saying that Apple would remove all the screens but leave only OLED displays across the board for these handsets.
Next year’s iPhones are also predicted to come with 5G support, probably thanks to Qualcomm’s X55 processor. This chipset would enable all devices to have incorporated 5G connection, this as well coming in two different kinds, one of which is a 5G on mmWave tech. This would be concentrated on states where 5G is already being introduced. With regards to the Sub-6G module, this will be available for countries that do not support 5G at the moment.
Moreover, the latest iPhones would also be redesigned. Even though accurate details weren’t noted, it is correct that the report says that these would look like the iPhone 4 and 4S with metal chassis.
Kuo then continues to mention the style and design of the iPhone SE 2. This would ultimately be similar to the iPhone 8, packing a 4.7-inch LCD display, and running the A13 processor. This would make it a long-lasting handset thanks to the more power-effective option.
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