Published: Sat, December 07, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

2021 iPhone Might Have the Courage to Remove All Ports

2021 iPhone Might Have the Courage to Remove All Ports

Indeed, Apple simply will abandon all ports on the iPhone. Clearly, the prospect of Apple introducing an iPhone model with a truly compact form factor now appears slimmer than ever.

As 2019 comes to a close he has released his latest report, which states that some iPhones will finally lose Lightning connectivity in 2021.

9To5Mac reports that Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted in a new investor note that Silicon Valley tech giant Apple has plans to release four new OLED iPhone models in 2020, and a new model with no lightning charging port in 2021. Today, a famed Apple analyst is making a pretty bold prediction about Apple's 2021 iPhone, claiming that Apple may opt to forgo the charging port on it entirely.

It was long rumored that Apple might replace the Lighting port for USB-C as it has already done with its MacBook and iPad lineups, but Apple seems to prefer to remove the port altogether before switching the iPhone to the USB-C standard. So no headphone jack, no Lightning port, no USB-C port.

It waits to be seen whether Ming-Chi Kuo's predictions will ring true in the coming years. At the present time iPhones have some of the slowest wireless charging functionality in the industry, with all supported devices being capped at 7.5W.

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One feature Apple's upcoming iPhone 9 will not have is support for 5G.

The SE 2 is expected to feature a design similar to the 4.7-inch iPhone 8 with updated internal specs, similar to how the first SE kept a similar design to the iPhone 5S but with specs from the iPhone 6S. An iPhone SE 2 Plus with a full-screen design (no Face ID) may arrive in early 2021, setting the stage for a bi-annual iPhone release cycle not unlike what Samsung has with its Galaxy S and Galaxy Note lines.

The top-tier iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max successors are said to sport a 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch display respectively.

Two of the four iPhone 12 models on deck for next fall will reportedly have dual-lens rear cameras, and the higher-end two will have triple-lens arrays.

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