Apple plans to launch the iPhone 2020 lineup with 5G support and debut in the second half of the year, as per Ming-Chi Kuo reportedly noted in a research note.
Kuo’s recent words came as an emphasis of his past prediction, and Sushakhana international analyst Mehdi Hosseini predicted Kui didn’t agree with the original deadline and claimed that the sub-6GHz iPhone models will debut in September when parts of their mmWave are in December or January.
iPhone 2020 models will support sub-6GHz and mmWave
According to a report by MacRumors, Kau noted that the development of the 5G iPhone model with both sub-6 GHz and mmWave support is proceeding.
Apple is unlikely to bring both iPhone models to the global market. Instead, analysts predicted that iPhone models supported for mmWave networks would initially be launched in five markets (Canada, Japan, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the United States).
iPhone 2020 models will not launch in India
Apple is accepted to impair 5G functionalities in markets sectors that don’t have 5G networks. This certainly means that in countries such as India, In addition, the move of picking explicit markets for the underlying launch would assist Apple with restricting creation costs in developing 5G-supporting iPhone models.
iPhone 2020 models will have Apple A14 chip
An ongoing report claimed that the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (chipmaker) has verified orders for the Apple A14 chip which will include in the iPhone 2020 models and would be got underway in the second quarter of this current year.
Further, this chip will be developed by using TSMC’s new 5-nanometer generation process, down from 7-nanometre manufacture.
All 5G iPhone models to launch in September
Kau also suggests that all 5G iPhone models will launch at an event as ahead of schedule as of September. Apple is also because of launch the iPhone SE 2 that may land as the iPhone 9 this year.