What we could get from new iPhones in this year?
It's possible that we are just weeks from Apple to remove the wraps from its 2020 iPhones. Is they coming with 5G? Let’s see.
All the most optimistic Apple sources of speculation seem to be in line: the company will reveal: rather than releasing three new iPhone models, like Apple in 2017, 2018, and 2019,
- A new 5.4 inch display, less than the 5.8 inch iPhone 11 Pro screen.
- A low-end 6.1-inch variant that's the same size as your 5.4-inch sibling on the iPhone 11
- A high-end 6.1 inch model
- A new 6.7-inch variant that is wider than the 6.5-inch iPhone 11 Pro Max
Since iPhone 6, a phone that came all the way back in 2014, Apple has stuck with the same simple shape for a design, a round rectangle with rounded sides. However, reports this year suggest that the newest iPhones may have flat edges, iPhone design returning to the day of glory of iPhone 4, iPhone 5, and iPhone SE.
This summer obvious dummy models of phones float, based on the anticipated dimensions of the next iPhones, giving us our first insight into how the latest design could look, and the scale of these models compare to other phones on the Apple line-up.
IPhones are likely to be the first in 2020 to embrace 5G cellular networks, so phones can use higher network speeds – depending on your area's 5 G coverage and probably on the version of the nearest iPhone you purchase.
Ming-Chi Kuo claimed during January that both Sub-6GHZ and the Faster (but a much shorter range) MmWave 5G would support all four coming iPhone models, and typically weighed his rumors much higher than the rest. However, even Kuo has revised his guidance over the past week to warn us that mmWave 5G iPhone shipments will be "under than anticipated."
So it looks like a safe bet that 5G ought to come to new iPhones — Qualcomm and Apple have worked hard to make it happen — but it's not clear right now which phones might be 5G shapes.
Apple is scheduled to have OLED screens all year round in the fall iPhone line-up, the Wall Street Journal reported in April, and Bloomberg agrees now. Despite the fact that a lot of the industry went to OLED years ago, LCD screens are on some of the latest Apple phones, among them iPhone XR in 2018 and iPhone 11 in 2019.
A LIDAR sensor that allows laser detection of objects. In theory, it can enable more experiences of reality as your phone might have a better understanding of your environment.
According to Kuo, the new iPhones still have a lighting to USB-C cable that would allow you to link your phone with a computer or a USB-C port power adapter. And the latest iPhones will have a thinner box without an optional charger or headphones.
It appears to be a safe bet that A14 will be used by next processor iPhone, as the A13 Bionic was named the series iPhone 11. Apple has branded "Bionic" as an A11 and A12 name, so maybe this year we're going to see an A14 Bionic.
Any other reports about the next iPhone are flying around. Apple leaker @L0vetodream said low-end phone storage could start in May with 64 GB, whereas high-end phones could be 128 GB. They also said that the low end iPhone has 4 GB of RAM, and that the high-end one has 6 GB.
Thanks to recorded certifications, we may also have an idea of battery sizes for new phones. This alleged 5.4-inch iPhone can have a battery of 2227mAh, the 6.1-inch iPhone can also have a battery of 2775mAh, while the 6.7-inch iPhone can have a 3687mAh pack. By contrast, these batteries are lower than the recorded iPhone power in the current range.