5G will be the killer feature of the iPhone in 2020


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Although we are still waiting for the launch of the iPhone XI. The rumors do not stop and we are already talking about how the device that Apple will present next year will be. Although many believed Apple would launch an iPhone 5G in 2019, we will have to wait until next year.

All the manufacturers seem to be in a hurry to present their 5G smartphones as soon as possible but Apple will take some time. The 5G network is starting to spread in many countries but its progress is very slow. This is why the iPhone 2019 will not be compatible with this connectivity.

2020 iPhones

It seems pretty clear that next year the three devices will include an OLED screen, from the more compact 5.4-inch model to the 6.7-inch giant and including the intermediate device of 6.1-inches. The iPhone XS and XS Max already have this technology. While the XR, the smallest of the family, uses an LCD display.

While the aforementioned three high-end iPhone 12 variants should be good for keeping profit margins high, a lower-end and significantly lower-cost fourth model is expected to drive shipment growth, especially in emerging and “value”-focused markets. This could be smaller than its siblings, at around the same size as the 4.7-inch iPhone 8, with an LCD panel in tow, no 5G connectivity, and obviously, no fancy 3D sensing tricks and super-advanced virtual reality features either.

And the notch?

The notch, which caused heated debates after the arrival of the iPhone X, seems to have its days numbered. Although it is expected to still be present in the next series to be launched in September. For the next generation, it should disappear or at least become much smaller. All these trends are typical of this year. But Apple will wait for the next generation to implement them on their devices.

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