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Tech & Science Apple’s first new iPhone of 2020 is set for release within two months

16:56  22 january  2020
16:56  22 january  2020 Source:   bgr.com

New report cites one reason in particular that Apple’s iPhone will have a truly exciting year in 2020

  New report cites one reason in particular that Apple’s iPhone will have a truly exciting year in 2020 Even though we're still almost a year away from the release of Apple's next iPhone lineup, details about the 2020 iPhone 12 lineup are already piling up -- such as the fact that next year's lineup looks to be the most expansive one that Apple has offered yet. One simple reason: 5G. “We believe iPhone 11 is just the front end of this current ‘supercycle’ for Cupertino with a slate of 5G smartphones set to be unveiled in September that will open up the floodgates on iPhone upgrades across the board that the Street continues to underestimate,” write the Wedbush analysts.

Apple ' s iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max only went on sale a few months ago, but all One advantage Apple could enjoy by waiting until late 2020 for its 5G phone is that the price of 5G While none of this is set in stone quite yet, the news of a potential 5.4-inch model should delight

The new iPhone for 2020 is shaping up to be a real game-changer - here' s everything we know so So what will the next iPhone - the first of a new decade - bring? Is Apple going to give us a truly Firstly , the new iPhone release date will definitely be September 2020 - and it' s always around the

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If you’ve been patiently waiting for Apple to release an iPhone SE 2, there’s good news and bad news. The bad news is that the iPhone SE 2, strictly speaking, doesn’t appear to be in Apple’s product pipeline for 2020. Despite a vocal contingent of users who prefer an affordable iPhone in a compact form factor, there’s no indication that Apple has plans to release a true successor to the iPhone SE until 2021, if at all.

The good news, though, is that Apple is planning to release a new and budget-friendly iPhone this coming March. And while the device won’t be as small as the iPhone SE, it will be drastically smaller than the entry-level iPhone 11 which boasts a gargantuan 6.1-inch display. According to a report from Bloomberg, the device in question will look similar to the iPhone 8 and is set to enter production in February ahead of an official release in March.

Ahead of iPhone 12 release, TSMC to begin A14 chip production in Q2

  Ahead of iPhone 12 release, TSMC to begin A14 chip production in Q2 As Apple continues to improve chip performance with each passing year, and arguably leaving competitors in the dust, we're just a few months away from Apple rolling out its next-gen iPhone with a brand new A14 chip. In light of that, a new report from Digitimes relays that Apple has once again tapped TSMC to be the sole supplier of its next-gen mobile chips. The report adds that TSMC will begin A14 production sometime during the second quarter of the year.What’s more, the report notes that the A14 chips will be manufactured with a 5nm process, making it the first A-x series chip to have that distinction.

Report claims Apple is set to release a 'spiritual iPhone SE successor' that will have iPhone technology. Apple is reported to be working on a new handset that is cheaper, better and resembles the News of a possible SE iPhone was brought to light by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and first

Apple in September 2020 will unveil new iPhones , and this roundup features all of the rumors that 2020 will be the first year that Apple introduces 5G support in the iPhone , allowing Of course, until the new devices are released , there' s no confirmation that these new devices are set to be called

While the name of the forthcoming device remains unclear, there’s a decent chance the device in question will be dubbed the iPhone 9. What we do know, however, is what the iPhone 9 will bring to the table in terms of specs and pricing.

Based on a number of credible reports that have surfaced over the past few months, Apple’s iPhone 9 will feature a 4.7-inch display with Touch ID and Apple’s A13 Bionic processor underneath the hood. Further, the device will likely boast an advanced single-lens camera along with storage options of 64GB and 128GB. Essentially, imagine an iPhone 8 with vastly upgraded internals and you have the iPhone 9.

The device’s chief selling point will be its aggressive pricing. While exact pricing details remain murky, there have been reports claiming that the iPhone 9 may be priced as low as $399. That’s remarkably cheap relative to the iPhone 11 — which starts at $699 — and even the old iPhone 8 which you can still pick up for $449 via Apple’s website.

One feature the iPhone 9 will not have is 5G support, which makes sense given that it’s being positioned for price-conscious consumers. As far as color options are concerned, the iPhone 9 will reportedly be available in Space Gray, Silver, and Red.

As a final point, it’s no secret that iPhone sales tend to sag a bit in the months following the busy holiday shopping season. That said, it will be interesting to see if Apple’s low-budget iPhone 9 will be able to give a boost to stagnant iPhone sales ahead of the highly anticipated iPhone 12 release this coming fall.

iPhone 9 release date in jeopardy due to coronavirus outbreak .
All signs point to Apple launching a new iPhone at an affordable price point in the coming weeks, but the coronavirus outbreak may have a thing or two to say about the launch timing before all is said and done. Sources told the Nikkei Asian Review that Apple will "likely miss its schedule" for the mass production of the as-yet-unannounced iPhone 9. Furthermore, low stock of existing models could be an issue "until April or longer."As multiple reports have claimed, Apple’s original plan was to release a cheaper iPhone (which has been referred to as both the iPhone SE 2 and the iPhone 9) this spring.

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