Apple May Roll Out Two 5G iPhones By 2020 – Market News Store

Apple May Roll Out Two 5G iPhones By 2020

According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the most trusted source around the globe for Apple rumors has stated that Apple is likely to come up with two iPhones that will support 5G in 2020, despite the fact that the company that supplied Apple with 5G modems is not manufacturing them anymore. Kuo had predicted the split of iPhones into three different categories an year before the company actually did it.

Originally, Apple was slated to release the 5G iPhones by 2020 itself. However, the shift of Apple from Intel to Qualcomm, that coated them around USD 4.5 billion, created uncertainty, as Intel had to stop manufacturing the 5G modems and Qualcomm too wasn’t scheduled to make it any sooner. As per Kuo, things are expected to pan out the way they were supposed to. Two iPhones, one smaller with a 5.4 inch size and the other with a 6.7 inch size. There will be one more release, the successor for iPhone XR, which will stick to LTE but will boast of an OLED display, which will be much better than the cheaper display employed in XR. Kuo also expects Apple to ditch Qualcomm as well, when it prepares itself to manufacture its own 5G modems by 2022 or 2023. He also stated 5G will become a norm in iPhones by 2021.

Talking about updates from Apple, the company is set to roll out a beta version of the Beddit app. Apple had acquired Beddit, a sleep tracking company, some two years ago. Users who sign up for the beta program will get the app before general users and will be asked to submit feedback basis their experience. Apple will take the feedback into consideration before rolling out the full fledged app. The app will track a user’s personal data and will require the user to sign a consent form during sign up.

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