Apple could have two iPhone launches a year from 2021

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Not only would that potentially be a better way to handle the growing volume of iPhone variants, but this would bring Apple more on par with the way Samsung releases its flagships each year.

Apple may be planning a major shakeup of its normal iPhone release schedule, according to a JP Morgan analyst who predicts the company will soon start introducing new models twice a year instead of once, in the fall.

Apple could release lower-end devices earlier in the year and then save its higher-end launches for the fall, but Chatterjee's current prediction would see Apple releasing four iPhones in September 2020 and then two additional iPhones in the first half of 2021, for a total of six iPhones within six months, which seems like a bit of a stretch.

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What's most important here for non-iPhone sorts of people is the idea that Apple would be confident enough in the strength of 5G coverage for the upcoming release season that they'd include said tech in all of their next smartphones.

This years iPhones are expected to come in new sizes – one with a 5.4-inch display, two with a 6.1-inch, and one with a much larger 6.7-inch screen.

He also claims that the new iPhones will feature a "world-facing" 3D sensor, something that could bolster Apple's augmented reality abilities. Four iPhones with 5G means there'll be enough 5G coverage in the US to push such a move inside 2020. Analysts note if Apple launches 5G phones next year, it would encourage customers to upgrade.

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