Apple might have two iPhone launches a 12 months from 2021

Ruben Fields
December 4, 2019

According to analysts from JP Morgan, Cupertino tech giant Apple will be launching four new iPhone models in 2020, CNN reported.

"While investors are trying to identify the next big frontier for services, we believe hidden in plain sight and underappreciated by most is the advertising opportunity within Apple's fingertips, given the secular migration of advertising dollars to mobile platforms, the large installed base of close to (1 billion) iPhone users, and importantly, Apple's successful exploration of advertising to date", Chatterjee wrote in his November 15 research note.

An analyst has made an interesting claim about the company's smartphones next year.

After 11 iPhone launch in September, some critics questioned the decision of Apple (AAPL) 's to delay the launch of 5G-capable devices this year, arguably give rivals such as Samsung - with two-capable 5G models that exist - and OnePlus edge in the market.

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On the basis of channel checks, Chatterjee believes Apple will release a 5.4 inch iPhone, two 6.1 inch iPhones and one 6.7 inch iPhone.

"The 2H20 lineup will include all OLED phones, with screen sizes of 5.4 (one model), 6.1 (two), and 6.7 (one), broadening the screen size range from 5.8 to 6.5 in 2019". He additionally claims that each one 4 fashions will help 5G, and that the 2 highest-end ones will sport "world-facing" 3D sensing - presumably that means a 3D sensor on the rear digital camera. Moreover, Chatterjee predicts that the firm will start releasing two new models of its flagship device annually beginning in 2021. However, Apple has also been pushing privacy settings as a major benefit of its new iPhones, and as a reason to use its newest version of iOS. According to comments by Chatterjee, Apple will use the fastest 5G technology mmWave technology in the upper segment phones.

So there's lots right here that doesn't tally with most rumors, and as such we'd take all of it with a critical facet of salt, particularly as we're a great distance out from the iPhone 12's launch, not to mention Apple's 2021 plans.

Aside from introducing 5G on its devices, the analysts noted that Apple might introduce new features with the new devices.

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