Apple may launch 5 iPhone models in 2020

In addition to iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, Apple may add iPhone SE2 and iPhone 12 Plus that support 5G.

Since 2017, Apple has released three new iPhone models each year, including one that uses an LCD screen and two that use different sized OLED screens. However, according to the disclosure of Ming-Chi Kuo, this number could be increased by two due to the presence of 5G technology.

The first and much awaited model is likely to be the iPhone SE2. It has a square design next to two front and back surfaces similar to the first generation but based on the size of the iPhone 8. It has a 4.7-inch LCD screen, only one rear camera and similar internal hardware. iPhone 11. This will be Apple's cheapest iPhone model launched in March.

The iPhone 12 Pro will have 5G connectivity, a triple-camera system, a new ToF sensor, a 6.1-inch OLED screen larger than the old iPhone 11 Pro of 5.8 inches.

The third model is the iPhone 12 Pro Max, which replaces the iPhone 11 Pro Max with a 6.7-inch screen upgraded from 6.5 inches. The camera equipment will be similar to the iPhone 12 Pro.

Like Samsung, Xiaomi or Huawei, Apple will launch a separate model with attractive prices but still equipped with 5G connectivity is the iPhone 12 Plus. The device still has an OLED screen but only has a dual camera and supports 5G technology like the iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max.

As an alternative to the iPhone 11, Apple could launch an iPhone 12 with a smaller size of 5.4 inches but still have the same powerful configuration as the iPhone 12 Plus. The biggest difference is that it will not have 5G and can use an LCD screen.

According to the Ming-Chi Kuo report, by 2021, Apple will have two iPhone models that will completely remove the connector: iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone SE2 Plus. This is also the time when the company may abandon the LCD screen on iPhone Pro models and only use it on the regular SE and iPhone 13 versions.

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