It hasn’t even been over three months since the iPhones came out. Since then, we have seen countless rumours about upcoming models. Perhaps it is because of Apple too. Apple didn’t really a huge update to the devices and that is why people are anxiously waiting for something new. Be it the upcoming, redesigned iPhone SE or the next generation of iPhone flagships that we’ll see in September 2020.
According to an article released by TF International Securities and covered by MacRumors, tech analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has announced his predictions for the upcoming iPhones. While he does mention the iPhone SE 2, more focus is on some other news. According to his report, Apple’s flagship lineup would not be limited to just three phones like this year. Instead, he claims that the flagships would be a total of four in number. Out of these, two would be supporting a 6.1-inch display and the rest would be 5.4 and 6.7 inches. He continues to comment that Apple would be bailing on the screens being all OLED across the board for these devices.
Speaking of across the board, the iPhones next year would all be 5G enabled. This would be possible with Qualcomm’s X55 module. This would allow all the devices to be 5G ready out of the box. There would be two kinds, one with 5G on mmWave tech. This would be focused on countries where 5G is being made common. As for the Sub-6G module, this would be for countries which currently do not support 5G.
Addition, the latest iPhones would see a design change. While the exact details cannot be confirmed, it is true that the report suggests that these would be similar to the iPhone 4 and 4S with metal chassis.
He continues to comment on the style and design of the iPhone SE 2. This would essentially be like the iPhone 8 with a 4.7 inch LCD panel. It would be running the A13 chip to power it which would make it a long-lasting device due to a more power-efficient solution.