Apple’s three iPhones in 2020 will be equipped with 5G:
Apple experts have said that the three iPhones launched in 2020 will support 5G functions. The picture shows the iPhone XS Max and iPhone XS phones.
[The Epoch Times, July 29, 2019] Apple (Apple) experts have said that the three iPhones launched in 2020 will support 5G functions, so as to win the favor of wireless network operators. and better with low-cost Android competition (Android) 5G device.
According to CNBC reported that the top from Tianfeng International Securities expressed on Sunday (July 28), in order to low-cost products in the field and Android competition, Apple only Add 5G functionality to all of its iPhones. In June of this year, Guo Mingxi said that only two of the iPhones that Apple plans to launch in 2020 support 5G functions, while the third model only provides 4G LTE to help reduce costs. LTE (Long Term Evolution) is a transition between 3G and 4G technologies and is the global standard of 3.9G. “After the acquisition of Intel’s baseband business, Apple has more resources to develop 5G iPhone.” Guo said on Sunday, “We expect the price of 5G Android smartphones to drop to $249-349 in the second half of the year.” Guo also said, “Consumers will think that 5G is a must-have feature.” Moreover, higher-priced iPhones must have 5G to win the favor of wireless operators, which will promote the development of new technologies.
All 3 new iPhone Sets due in 2020 will featuring 5G: Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo TF Security Company- analysts Mings–Chi Kuo predicts that all 3 iPhone sets due in 2020 will supporting 5G modems. 5G is a faster wireless network technology that has just begun to be launched in the United States. At present, only a few Android phones support 5G, and the coverage is very limited, and most people cannot use it. But by 2020, 5G will become more popular. The new iPhone, which is expected to be launched in September 2019, is not yet available for 5G. In the previous message, Guo once said that the (new) iPhone will be equipped with 6.7-inch, 6.1-inch, and 5.4-inch screens, and all iPhones will use the updated OLED screen used by Apple’s high-end iPhone XS Max and iPhone XS.