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According to JPMorgan, Apple is expected to launch four 5G iPhones by 2020

James E. Juneau



According to a JPMorgan forecast released on Monday, Apple expects to launch four iPhones enabled for 5G by 2020.

According to JPMorgan analysts, the new iPhones are expected to hit the market in the second half of 2020 and be available in a variety of sizes, including one of 5.4 inches, one of 6.7 inches and two of 6.1 inches, according to the report. , the larger iPhone likely has a sensor displacement technology that allows for better quality moving images and photos.

None of the projections in the report, based on supply chain verifications, are safe.

The report’s projections are somewhat different from other speculations, some of which suggest that the 2020 range of the iPhone will fit the 2019 models with high-end 5.4 and 6.7-inch iPhone and a cheaper 6.1-inch phone will resemble

The report will be published when companies such as Samsung and OnePlus with 5G devices and network operators such as Verizon, CNN AT&T (WarnerMedia) and T-Mobile (TMUS) are working on expanding their 5G networks.

It is expected that 5G technology, the next generation of ultrafast wireless connectivity, will present more innovations for smartphones, including better video transmission and significant technological advances, such as the connection of autonomous cars.

After the launch of the iPhone 11 in September, some critics questioned Apple’s decision (AAPL) to interrupt the start of a 5G-enabled device this year, which could give rivals such as Samsung, with its two existing 5G-enabled models. – And OnePlus, a market leader. At a time when Apple’s smartphone sales are falling, and the new models are similar to previous models, an iPhone 5G may have shaken the company.

According to reports, Apple’s transition from Qualcomm components (QCOM) to Intel components (INTC) in recent years has halted the development of 5G modems just in time for this year’s cycle.

The delay can also be an estimate that consumers are not yet demanding 5G. It is also worth noting that Verizon (VZ), AT&T (T) and T-Mobile (TMUS) are expanding their 5G networks in the United States, but the service is still limited.

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