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Apple to launch both sub-6GHz and mmWave iPhone models in fall 2020 | Report

13 January 2020 0

Reports on Apple launching all the iPhones with 5G support have been circulating around. While there is no substantial proof spotted yet, some traces have definitely come to notice that justify the possibility.

The well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has been posting to investors’ note that Apple could finally bring its 5G iPhone to the market. In fact, he strongly believes that all the iPhones in the upcoming series will bring 5G support. Well, his new prediction is no different either.

Doubling down on his prediction, Kuo believes Apple would release both sub-6GHz and sub-6GHz-plus-mmWave iPhone models simultaneously in the second half of 2020. And, the shipments are believed to begin in the late third quarter or early fourth quarter.

Kuo’s prediction has been found inside a follow-up research note to his previous note that stated iPhone models with mmWave could be available in five markets, including the United States, Canada, Japan, Korea, and the United Kingdom. Needless to say, Apple may disable 5G functionality in countries that do not offer 5G service or have almost negligible 5G penetration.

Going by what is reported earlier, Apple may bring iPhone 5G models with improved antenna design in 2020. For this year’s 5G iPhones, Apple will rely on Qualcomm and the latter has even confirmed that it is working with Apple to launch the 5G iPhone as fast as they can.

Well, we have just entered the year 2020 and curious to know more about these speculated 5G iPhones. So, stay connected with us while we gather more information for you.



Apple to launch both sub-6GHz and mmWave iPhone models in fall 2020 | Report
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