Technology Report says iPhone 12 will help Apple do something huge that it hasn’t done in years

17:27  29 november  2019
17:27  29 november  2019 Source:   bgr.com

This is the stunning iPhone 12 of our dreams, but it’s too good to be true

  This is the stunning iPhone 12 of our dreams, but it’s too good to be true Apple's new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max were just released a couple of weeks ago, so isn't it far too soon to be talking about next year's iPhone 12? Well, if you're really asking yourself that question then you don't know anything at all about how the rumor mill works. Apple obviously starts working with its supply chain partners on future iPhone models more than a year before they're finally released. And if Apple is working on something with its supply chain partners, then you can bet that the world’s top Apple insider knows about it.

Apple ’s iOS 12 .4.3 update is causing problems for some iPhone , iPad, and iPod touch owners. We’re also seeing reports about Wi-Fi and Bluetooth issues, GPS problems, 3D Touch problems Earlier this year Apple acknowledged a widespread, extremely problematic, eavesdropping FaceTime

New iPhone 12 : Everything we know about Apple ’s 2020 iPhones . From 5G and a new design to a powerful new 5-nanometer chip, the new iPhone 12 should be the biggest upgrade in years . A report from a Barclays analyst suggests the Pro models of the iPhone 12 will feature more RAM than

If we’re being honest, the rollout of 5G has been a little bit anti-climactic. Sure, 5G is blazing fast, but the simple reality is that 5G coverage — for most people — still isn’t expansive enough to justify purchasing an expensive new 5G phone. That will likely change, though, by the time Apple introduces its 5G-enabled iPhone next year. Indeed, carriers are furiously scrambling to expand their 5G coverage with each passing month.

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For a while, Apple’s 5G plans remained a bit murky, in large part due to the company’s ongoing lawsuit with Qualcomm. The two companies, however, settled all of their lawsuits this past April, thus paving the way for Apple to introduce a 5G iPhone in late 2020. Notably, reports have indicated that Apple will incorporate Qualcomm’s most advanced 5G modem — the X55 — into the entirety of its 2020 iPhone lineup. The chip, which naturally delivers incredible performance, is also said to be more energy-efficient than Qualcomm’s other 5G modems.

Apple's second-gen SE will resemble iPhone 8: report

  Apple's second-gen SE will resemble iPhone 8: report Ming-Chi Kuo predicts that Apple's second-generation iPhone SE -- donning the same 4.7-inch screen as the iPhone 8 -- will launch during the first quarter of 2020. In a note viewed by CNBC on Thursday, the notable and highly reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reportedly predicted that the iPhone SE2 will launch in early 2020 with an iPhone 8-like form and the same processor found in the iPhone 11 series. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); Despite retaining the design -- and 4.

Shares of Apple are trading above their average price target on Wall Street, but analysts are still the So that removes a huge risk and should rerate the stock even higher, and all these things are huge The company is expected to report earnings next week. Disclosure: Strategic Wealth Partners has a

The company reported its first-ever quarterly decline in iPhone sales last week, as well as its first year -over- year quarterly sales drop since 2003. Over the past year , the stock has fallen more than 25 percent, and has shed nearly 12 percent in 2016. AAPL in past 12 months Source: FactSet.

In light of all that, it’s perhaps not surprising that Apple is expecting its 5G iPhone models — which will likely be dubbed the iPhone 12 — to fly off the shelves. While initial reports claimed that Apple was planning to ship anywhere between 75 million and 80 million iPhone 5G units, a more recent report from Nikkei relays that Apple is now expecting to sell upwards of 100 million 5G iPhones in 2020.

As a quick aside, Qualcomm has previously stated that it expects 5G smartphone shipments next year to fall somewhere between 175 million and 225 million units, which is to say that the iPhone may account for half of Qualcomm’s 5G modem sales.

More evidence points to the imminent arrival of a much cheaper iPhone

  More evidence points to the imminent arrival of a much cheaper iPhone Starting at just $449, the iPhone 8 is the cheapest iPhone you can buy from Apple right now. It’s also the only phone that Apple sells with Touch ID still on board. However, that iPhone features two-year-old hardware, which isn't ideal for everyone. You could go for the more expensive iPhone XR ($599) or iPhone 11 ($699) instead, as long as you don’t mind switching to Face ID, getting used to a bigger phone size, and paying slightly more. Or you could just wait, as Apple’s next affordable iPhone seems to be on the way.

All that said , it ’s worth reminding folks that specific iPhone unit sales will be something of a guessing game next year . Recall that Apple in late 2018 said that it would stop disclosing quarterly unit sales for the iPhone . Though Apple didn’ t say it outright, it was clear that the company was none too pleased

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Incidentally, 5G won’t be the only upgrade to hit Apple’s iPhone 12 lineup next year. Recently, a rumor emerged claiming that Apple’s iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro will both incorporate updated OLED technology which will allow for thinner panels.

With iPhone sales on the decline recently, the impending iPhone 12 release may finally see Apple post year-over-year iPhone sales growth for the first time in a while, which would obviously be huge for the company despite its recent success in growing its services business.

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