The 2020 iPhone lineup will include several major changes for the Apple ecosystem, and these include not only the addition of a 5G smartphone and the full switch to OLED, but also new dimensions for the smallest and biggest iPhones.
The latest-generation iPhone models are available in three different sizes, namely 5.8 inches for the iPhone XS, 6.1 inches for the iPhone XR, and 6.5 inches for the iPhone XS Max.
But according to top Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is aiming for a different lineup next year, so the three models will measure 5.4 inches, 6.1 inches, and 6.7 inches.
In other words, the smaller iPhone will be smaller, while the bigger iPhone will be bigger, and the iPhone XR successor will be the only model retaining its dimensions. However, this particular configuration will give up on the LCD screen for OLED, as all iPhones will use this display technology beginning with the 2020 generation.
5G iPhone just around the corner
Kuo says 2020 will also witness the debut of a 5G iPhone, and this is something that we’ve heard before on several occasions. The device will use a Qualcomm chip, and the analyst claims Apple is pushing harder for its own 5G…