But only high-end models support 5g dual-mode.
According to the latest Apple forecast released by JPMorgan, there will be four iPhone models launched in the second half of next year, all of which will support 5g and provide wider screens for consumers to choose from, and the product replacement cycle may be accelerated as a result.
According to JPMorgan, the four iPhones are 5.4-inch and 6.7-inch displays and two models with 6.1-inch screens.
The iPhone Pro will feature 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch screens, including a rear three camera and 3D sensors using VCSEL technology.
The other two models are made up of 5.4 inches and 6.1 inches, with dual cameras at the rear, but no 3D sensors.
In 5g, all new iPhones will support 5g network next year, but different levels of devices will also determine the change of this function. Only higher-end devices (pro models) support high-frequency mmwave. Of course, all models will support sub-6ghz, which is slower than mmwave, but has better network coverage and building internal penetration.
In addition, JP Morgan further predicted that Apple would change its iPhone (or iPhone 12) distribution strategy in 2021. It is possible that Apple will release two new iPhones in the first half of 2021, and then another two in the second half of the year, on the premise of ensuring seasonal sales, rather than releasing new iPhones in the autumn.
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