This is how the 2020 iPhones might look like

Rumor has it Apple is cancelling one of the iPhones in 2020

Rumor has it Apple is cancelling one of the iPhones in 2020

However, ahead of the official launch of 2019 iPhones, the rumours about the next year's iPhone have surfaced online.

In a surprising unique, legendary Apple insider Ming-Chi Kuo has revealed Apple will kill off its premium 5.8-inch iPhone X/XS/11 and substitute it with the spiritual heir to the iPhone SE however with flagship specs.

In contrast, Apple's 2019 iPhones are little more significant than a second successive 'S year.' They would be the third era to look nearly identical to the iPhone X and, the place the design has modified, popular opinion is it's for the worse. To see how that would look, Ben Geskin created a mockup of the upcoming devices, and they look fantastic. The iPhone XS Max will have a 6.7-inch display which is bigger than the current generation display of 6.5-inch. Because it stands, the 5.8-inch iPhone is a awful proposition. However, the 2019 iPhones does seem to have some quite respectable features though are features catching up to the competition such as upgraded rear cameras, a larger battery and (maybe) USB-C, improvements in louder speakers, Bluetooth music sharing and a camera Night Mode (which should come to nearly all models in iOS 13). The note, obtained by MacRumors, seems in line with an earlier report from DigiTimes that said the Cupertino tech company is planning to release three iPhones equipped with OLED Displays.

Maple Leafs Trade Patrick Marleau to Hurricanes for 2020 Draft Pick
He signed a three-year, $18.75-million contract with the Leafs in the summer of 2017 after 19 seasons with the San Jose Sharks. The Leafs don't retain any salary in the deal, so Marleau's $6.25-million USA cap hit for 2019-20 is off the books.

The 2020 iPhone XR display is expected to remain the same.

This implies that its iPhones that are likely to be released during September this year will not support 5G networks.

The topic of 5G iPhones have been debated for awhile now, after initial reports that Apple will use Intel 5G modems in their smartphones were superseded by the news that Apple has opted to go with Qualcomm instead. Kuo also feels that all the new iPhones will support 5G starting 2021. If this He also believes that Apple will have its own 5G modem by 2023, this in-turn will reduce Apple's dependence on Qualcomm.

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