Published: Wed, December 04, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

AirPods Could be Included With 2020's iPhones

AirPods Could be Included With 2020's iPhones

To make the lower-end iPhones more affordable, Apple could potentially limit the mmWave antenna to higher-end models, though prior rumors have suggested Apple's aim with its 2020 iPhones is to match the technology in more affordable 5G Android smartphones, which do support mmWave.

Typically talking, Apple at the moment exclusively launches new iPhone fashions yearly, with the brand new handsets touchdown in September.

Local iPhone supply chain partners including Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC, 台積電) and Hon Hai Precision Industry Co (鴻海精密) are likely to benefit from the new iPhone release schedule Apple Inc could adopt next year, JPMorgan Securities analysts said in a report on Monday. Chatterjee's sources are pointing to two new iPhone models sometime in the first half of 2021, and then two more new releases in the second half of 2021.

Two of the higher-end iPhones will be equipped with new rear camera technology with "world-facing" 3D sensing for improved augmented reality capabilities, while the others will use dual-lens setups similar to the iPhone 11.

All four new iPhones will be 5G-enabled, according to Chatterjee. In November, The Burn-In reported that the electronics manufacturer saw a six percent increase in Chinese mobile device sales.

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As such, the Big Tech conglomerate is seemingly responding to consumer demands with its next iPhone release. Traditionally, the firm has unveiled new iterations of its signature smartphone every fall.

In an update to clients, J.P. Morgan analyst Samik Chatterjee lifted his 12-month price target to $296 from $290 and left his buy rating on the stock in place on continued optimism over the company's potential to bring in money from advertising on its recently launched Apple TV+.

The financial institution holds that the conglomerate is changing its product rollout process for two reasons.

5G technology, the next generation of ultra-fast wireless connection, it is expected to deliver more smartphone innovation, including better video streaming, and encourage significant technical advances, such as connecting a self-driving auto.

Besides, Apple wants to reduce the impact that "product cycle missteps" have on its operations.

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