A 2020 and 2021 loaded with news is what Apple will be preparing, as according to leaks of the Ming-Chi Kuo specialist for the MacRumors site, a new mid-range iPhone and some accessories that will surprise you are among what you would expect for the next months
Let's start with the iPhone. According to this analyst, the next device of Cupertino's will not have Face ID to enter the cell phone, but will have a Touch ID on the side of the phone.
It will have a more versatile design, be more accessible in price because it is a mid-range, will have thin bezels, LCD panel, with a screen between 5.5 and 6.1 inches and will go on sale in 2021 with a concept quite similar to the one that they intend to launch with the iPhone 12.
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According to Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple's launches for the 2020 season will be independent of the famous keynotes of Tim Cook's company and one of the products that can be revived is the AirTag, this lost item tracking accessory, such as wallets or wallets and that consists of a small circle (like a sticker), which adheres to the product that you want to be available for tracking.
However, it will not be the only thing Apple intends to launch during 2020, since the intentions are also set on the following devices:
- New premium headphones.
- A wireless charging station for our iPhone.
- The cheap 4.7-inch iPhone we know – for now – as iPhone 9 and iPhone SE 2.
- An iPad Pro.
- A MacBook Pro or a MacBook Air or both.
Already on January 12, the analyst also predicted that Apple is preparing cell phones enabled for the new 5G network.
"I expected that four iPhones enabled for 5G will be launched in the second half of 2020 , including models with sub-6GHz and mmWave support depending on the region … iPhone models with mmWave will be available in five markets, including the United States, Canada, Japan, Korea and the United Kingdom, and added that Apple can disable functionality 5G in countries that do not offer 5G service or have a surface penetration of 5G. rate to reduce production costs, ”said the specialist.