For apple, after entering the 5g era, the development of iPhone can't squeeze toothpaste as hard as before.
According to the latest report, Apple may change its iPhone distribution strategy, launching new devices twice a year starting in 2021. The strategic shift will enable apple to meet seasonal demand and allow it to adjust its products more flexibly over a six-month period and compete better with other device manufacturers that launch new handsets throughout the year.
According to the report,Apple will launch four new iPhones in September 2020, which is different from the launch strategy of the three iPhone models Apple has adopted since 2017. They also believe that Apple will release low-end products similar to the iPhone 8.
JPMorgan analysts predict that all four devices launched next fall will have OLED screens and support 5g networks, although some models do not support faster mmwave technology.