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Three of Apple’s 2020 iPhones will reportedly support 5G

Erin Fox

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Apple is planning to launch its series of iPhone in September 2019. In 2020 it is planning to launch three iPhone’s which supports 5G connectivity. According to some sources, the 2020 Apple iPhone models will come with OLED display.

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Kuo, an Apple specialist, went onto say that only two phones out of three will come with a 5G network connectivity.

The 5.4 inch and the 6.7-inch iPhone devices will have the 5G connectivity because of its price. The other two models are way costlier than the 6.1-inch iPhone model.

The affordable phone will have a 4G connectivity. Kuo has recently claimed that according to his analysis based on the current scenario, all the iPhone 2020 models will have a 5G connectivity.

It is because Apple wants to give stiff competition to all the other Android phones present in the world market.

More about Apple’s current market scenario

Apple has recently purchased Intel’s modem chip firm. It means that the company no longer has to depend upon Intel for the chip of its devices.

Intel was strict with the patent rights of the modem chip. After this, the company officials suggested that the company would produce more of 5G phones at an affordable rate.

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Kuo suggests that Apple is estimating that the price of Android smartphones will go down by 2020.

Though the company has invested $1 billion in Intel’s modem chip business for its 2020 iPhone models, Apple will rely on Qualcomm’s modem chips.

The company officials state that the technicians are working day and night on Apple’s modem chip. Once worked well, the consumers will soon receive Apple made modem chips in 2021 iPhones.

The next series of Apple iPhones will come out in September. There won’t be much change in the series of iPhone’s coming out in September.

From television to the internet platform, Erin switched her journey in digital media with News Brig. She served as a journalist for popular news channels and currently contributes his experience for News Brig by writing about the tech domain.

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